US Open: How to watch in Europe

How to watch us open in europe

Warner Bros. Discovery Europe She revealed that she will broadcast every match this year US Open Championship on Eurosport And Discover + across 45 markets.

As tennis fans prepare for the final Grand Slam tournament, which will take place at Flushing Meadows in New York City, they will be able to stream the tournament live and on demand. In addition, viewers in the Nordic countries will have access to free aerial coverage focused on players representing Norway, Denmark, Sweden and Finland.

On-site coverage will be led by former US Open champions John McEnroe and Mats Wilander, along with Alex Corretja and Barbara Schitt. Justine Henin will also present her insight from Paris.

“This year marks the first renewed and long-term partnership with the USTA that enables us to bring our passion for tennis, deep sporting expertise and industry-leading production to the US Open, a tournament we have shown for over two decades, expanding its reach for fans across Europe to savor.” Scott Young, senior vice president of content and production for WBD Sports Europe, in a statement. “We have already seen a Grand Slam season for the ages this year with new champions, young wonders and legends of the game creating new chapters in the sport’s history. Our role is to connect our viewers with these athletes and we look forward to telling their stories in a way no other broadcaster can match, from the first point of view Qualifying to match point over Arthur Ashe on September 10th”.

Qualifying for the US Open begins on August 22nd, and the tournament begins on August 28th.

Waterloo Road gets a double chain order

the BBC Relaunched the ‘Waterloo Road’ drama series for two new series, in addition to the next series already filmed. That means three more installments of “Waterloo Road” are on the way.

Filming will begin in Manchester this fall, with each series consisting of eight 60-minute episodes. The original “Waterloo Road” ran from 2006 to 2015 and was rebooted in early 2023 with a new cast, including Angela Griffin, Adam Thomas and Kym Marsh as school staff. The series continues to be a huge hit on BBC iPlayer, where it is one of the top three titles of the year for 16-34 year olds. Waterloo Road will continue to throw key roles with open auditions at schools and youth clubs, and will offer workshops for those new to the industry.

“We are thrilled with the triumphant return of Waterloo Road, and we are deeply grateful to the BBC for their commitment to the show so fully,” executive producer Cameron Roach said in a statement. “We love that the show has the potential to not only be a crown jewel for BBC iPlayer, but also act as a true beacon for training and inspiring next-generation talent. In addition to our open auditions and full-time production trainee placements for industry newcomers, our workshops run across Manchester This summer’s big event for 14- and 16-year-olds, in partnership with BBC Young Reporter, really proves the infectious power of this show.”

The UK Film and Television Foundation is adding an additional £500,000 in support

United kingdom Film and television charity It added another £500,000 (US$637,000) to its budget in response to an 800% increase in support applications from financially needy industrial workers. Charity Partners of the BBC, Channel 4And Channel 5 And Prime Video She also pledged more donations.

This announcement comes as its new CEO, Marcus Ryder, is preparing to speak at this year’s Edinburgh Television Festival on August 23. “Having weathered the pandemic as an industry, the cost-of-living crisis and other contributing factors such as the impact of US strikes on global production, pressures on scripted and unrecorded production budgets, it sees financial instability emerging as a growing concern and a significant contributor,” Ryder said in a statement. In the mental health and well-being of film, television and film workers, especially the self-employed and other already marginalized workers.

Industry workers with financial need, debt or mental health concerns are encouraged to contact the Film and Television charity via their free 24/7 support line on 0800 054 0000 or by visiting

England VS. Spain’s World Cup final closes to 12 million viewers on BBC One

Sunday Women’s World Cup The final, during which Spain defeated England, drew 12 million viewers on BBC One. Marking England’s first World Cup final since 1966, the match also garnered 3.9 million broadcasts on BBC iPlayer and BBC Sport Online.

The overall tournament led to 15 minutes or more of BBC TV being watched by 21.2 million people, and was streamed 25.7 million times on BBC iPlayer and the BBC Sport website and app. This is a 75% increase over the 2019 World Cup.

“We are proud to be the long-term partners of women’s football as it continues its remarkable upward trajectory,” Barbara SlaterBBC Sport director said in a statement. “The Lionesses have come so close but they should be incredibly proud to have reached the World Cup Final. It was a fantastic tournament for the fans and these numbers prove once again that no one can bring a nation together for the big moments quite like the BBC across TV, iPlayer, Sounds and Sport on Internet “.