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EE plans ‘world first’ 5G live sports broadcast

EE is set to break a world first in the world of broadcasting with a live sports broadcasting using 5G.

According to TVBEurope, EE has announced that it intends to use a 5G-enabled production workflow for the coverage of the EE Wembley Cup on 25th November, which will be broadcast on YouTube.

EE recently announced it is launching 5G in 16 UK cities in 2019, including London, Cardiff, Edinburgh, Belfast, Birmingham and Manchester.

For more information on this story head over to TVBEurope.

Read more about the impact 5G will have on smart cities, retail, broadcasting and more in our recent feature ‘The generation game’.

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