06.17.2005 12:00 AM
Tennis Channel Extends Transmission Agreement with BT
The Tennis Channel has renewed its commitment for two years with BT Media and Broadcast.

As part of the extended transmission agreement, the Tennis Channel has increased the volume of produced events and use of the BT fleet of mobile trucks, flyaways and global fiber and satellite network.

BT will provide end-to-end domestic and international services such as advising TC about transmission equipment for events, booking and deploying resources on the company's global network. Additionally, BT will enable TC to gather content for distribution from worldwide tennis venues to BT's media center in Los Angeles using its satellite and fiber infrastructure.

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