YOUR SPORT / YOUR COVERAGE
High quality digital video content and bespoke coverage of your sport - from real-time social media clips to multi-camera livestreams to complete digital content strategies.
We produce high quality event coverage, promotional features, interviews, or highlights to suit your social media, livestreaming, or TV broadcast objectives.FIND OUT MORE
Highlights and features
Real-time social media
We publish, archive, and manage your YouTube or White Label Channel content in a way that maximises its social and commercial impact.FIND OUT MORE
There’s a lot of video content out there, so to prevent yours becoming lost in the ether, it’s crucial to curate in the right way.
Whether you are looking to re-vitalise old archive or launch a new content strand, we can help you package and present it in a way that will maximise its impact.
We identify multiplatform markets across digital, print, broadcast, and social media, ensuring your content reaches the widest possible audience.FIND OUT MORE
Once you’ve established your video platform, it’s important to let people know your content is there. Seeding your content as widely as possible is the best way to generate and grow your reachable audience.
We can help you increase the media exposure of your event in a number of ways:
We develop digital content strategies that generate long-term fan engagement and convert your events into marketable products that activate commercial partnerships.FIND OUT MORE
Digital is now the public face of your organisation. Video is the key driver of online traffic. And content is king! Your digital video content is your product and engaging your digital audience should be an integral part of your marketing strategy. It should reflect your organisation’s professionalism, integrity, and ambition. But it should also reflect the vibrancy, passion, and humour of your fans.
We work with you to develop long-term content strategies that build sustainable audiences on social media and video platforms and that generate a buzz around your membership or audience.
Engaging fans across the world also provides a unique analysis into who your fans are and how they behave. This can be valuable in informing strategy and governance, and crucial in negotiations with commercial partners.
The long game for all SGBs and IFs in providing digital content is as a revenue stream. Whether it is by charging users directly or by attracting new or bigger commercial partners, presenting themselves as a marketable product worth investing in is the ultimate goal. Offering to “badge” events is no longer enough. Commercial partners look for opportunities to exploit sports fans’ passion and emotional connection. Digital video content can help you achieve this: active engagement activates sponsors. The long game for all SGBs and IFs, in providing digital content, is as a revenue stream.
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Scottish Swimming is a standard-bearer in Scotland for digital content use and has a holistic approach to digital media. Swim Wales is just beginning that journey. Listen to their experiences of working with us.
Scroll through our portfolio of promotional features...
Scottish Open Grand Prix 2013
Scottish Open Grand Prix 2014
Cricket World Cup – Tour of Dublin
Cricket World Cup – Tour of Scotland
Last Man Stands
World Championships 2013
LTA British Tennis
AEGON Classic 2014
LTA British Tennis
AEGON International 2014
National League Big Weekend October 2013
Commonwealth Rowing Regatta 2014
Scottish Gas National Shortcourse Championships 2013
Scottish Women in Sport
British Gas Summer Nationals (2013)
Taking ownership of your coverage can be daunting. Our experienced team will guide you through the process, manage your expectations, and deliver a high quality product with minimum disruption to your event.
With over a decade of TV production experience, Jack is the creative driving force behind the development of QTV Sports. His first foray into sports broadcasting was fluffing his lines during a half-time match report from Somerset Park in Ayr. Despite this early setback Jack’s passion for sport remained undimmed: he is an accomplished swimmer and a keen – if erratic – golfer, footballer, and firstname.lastname@example.org
Drawing on 24 years’ experience as a BBC engineer and producer, and a further 20 years in the private sector, Mike is the metronomic mind that keeps the QTV creatives in check. He is a cricketer, a cricket coach, a cricketing father, a cricket journalist and a cricket fan. Unsurprisingly, QTV Sports started life covering…well…email@example.com
‘The BFG’ found his niche with QTV Sports as a gallery producer and has been a vital part of the company’s growth since its inception. He’s an Australian cricket (naturally) enthusiast whose sporting views are never impartial (or quiet). But as producer of QTV Sports outside broadcasts, the big Aussie is as mellow as they come - keeping clients and crew on an even keel in high pressure live firstname.lastname@example.org
Producer, Live Events
Tim's focus is developing quality coverage at all levels of the international game. His knowledge of global cricket has been described as both 'encyclopaedic' and 'baffling', often by the same person. The latter also aptly describes his batting technique. A commentator, consultant, documentary-maker and vocal champion of a bigger, better, global game, Tim has written for Wisden, The Cricketer and All Out Cricket.email@example.com
Head of Cricket
A producer and cameraman with over ten years’ experience, Euan lives on the edge…usually in windy conditions hanging from a camera gantry. He is a consummate sportsman (albeit with dicky knees) at home on the slopes, the hockey or football pitch, and the wicket. And like all good cameramen, Euan is – at heart – just a frustrated writer waiting for his big firstname.lastname@example.org
Mark, who has been editing sport for over six years, is now the definition of an armchair fan and can usually be found buried behind a screen. Despite dismissing editing as a stop-gap, whilst waiting for a call-up from his beloved Celtic FC, Mark has now resigned himself to managing QTV's post-production activity. He, however, remains a keen sports fan who will happily talk football for hours with complete email@example.com
Head of Post-Production
Business Development, Middle East
Despite the sporting dreams and aspirations of her colleagues, Nicki is to only one to actually represent her country at sport, making her international hockey debut for Scotland in the same match that QTV Sports produced their first live hockey broadcast. Re-joining the company after playing at Glasgow2014, Nicki works alongside Jack on developing new business firstname.lastname@example.org
Business Development Assistant