Host broadcaster tender launched for 2022 Commonwealth Games

The organising committee for the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham launched a tender this week for a host broadcaster.

The successful bidder will be required to produce content across television and radio, including highlights packages and news feeds.

A winner is expected to be announced on August 20, with the contract starting on January 27 next year, lasting 32 months.

The Games will take in the English city over an 11-day period between July and August, and will see 4,000 competitors from 71 Commonwealth nations compete in Birmingham and London’s Olympic velodrome.



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