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Squash: PSA grow television coverage with SNTV

SNTV worked on last November’s Qatar PSA World Championship and has now signed a long-term agreement with the PSA. Photo: c/o PSA.

SNTV worked on last November’s Qatar PSA World Championship and has now signed an agreement with the PSA.

January 15, 2015: The Professional Squash Association (PSA) has signed an agreement with sports news video agency SNTV to broadcast major squash tournaments – cleared for broadcast and digital use – worldwide throughout 2015.

 

SNTV, the world’s leading sports news video content provider, specialises in providing sports news and event highlights to broadcasters and digital outlets globally. The company will deliver daily coverage from major events like the JP Morgan Tournament of Champions and World Championship to its portfolio of partners, ranging from Al Jazeera to Zee TV.

 

Alex Gough, Chief Executive of the PSA, said: “We’re very pleased to have partnered with SNTV and have been impressed with the work they have done over recent years.

 

“We were delighted to work with the SNTV team during the recent 2014 Qatar PSA World Championship in what was a fantastic tournament from start to finish and we are confident that the addition of SNTV to our growing broadcast portfolio will be a fruitful one for us. I am looking forward to working closely with them over the coming years to ensure the sport of squash continues to grow and expand throughout the world.”

 

Andrew Parkinson, SNTV’s Managing Editor, said: “Squash is a dynamic sport that makes for great viewing and we are very pleased to add squash to our portfolio of premium sports content. We are looking forward to working with the team at the PSA and SquashTV to show content from some of the world’s biggest squash tournaments to a new audience around the world.”

 

SNTV, founded in 1996, is a joint venture between news agency The Associated Press and IMG, the biggest independent producer and distributor of sports programming and events. SNTV services more than 450 broadcasters and thousands of digital publishers globally.

 

Source: PSA (www.psaworldtour.com); Editing by SportAsia

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