Rugby World Cup - Japan 2019

20 September - 2 November, 2019

Have you latched on to your equipment to smash your coverage of the Rugby World Cup?


Make Dejero a part of your Rugby World Cup coverage team and we'll support you for all your broadcast and connectivity needs. We're offering rentals with local SIMS and modems including the latest HEVC EnGo with content adaptive encoding, up to 20 Mb/s, and 1080p 50/60—ideal for sports.

In addition to our renowned 24/7 telephone and email technical support, we’ll be on-site to provide support at this year’s highly anticipated event.

Fill the form below and we’ll work with you to build out the best package or solution for your coverage needs.

Qualified Teams

IRELAND
SCOTLAND
JAPAN
RUSSIA
SAMOA
NEW ZEALAND
SOUTH AFRICA
ITALY
NAMIBIA
CANADA
ENGLAND
FRANCE
ARGENTINA
USA
TONGA
AUSTRALIA
WALES
GEORGIA
FIJI
URUGUAY

Past Events

Here are just a few video testimonials and examples of events we've supported in the past.

2018 Royal Wedding

Global TV overcomes cellular network congestion at the 2018 Royal Wedding in Windsor with Dejero's blended cellular and satellite solution.

2016 Rio Summer Games

Dejero helped official broadcasters successfully capture live shots from within the Rio Olympic Park, up in the mountains, and down by the sea.

2010 Vancouver Winter Games

Dejero supported international newscasters with live broadcasts, on-location services, and connectivity at the Vancouver 2010 Winter Games.

Testimonials

Dejero made our work much simpler. It’s a lot easier to send our images to our studio. We don’t need to go outside of the Olympic Park to get to the satellite trucks. We can do that from anywhere, in the taxi while we are moving, without having to rush.
Renaud BérubéCameraman, RDS
Time and resources are extremely limited in a high-profile event like the Royal Wedding. Our crews need to be able to do their jobs quickly and easily without having to worry about technical complications. With access to the blended CellSat network, we had a strong, reliable connection to provide a high-quality feed, using CellSat to blend cellular and satellite enabled us to take advantage of the strengths of both transmission technologies and deliver exceptional coverage of the Royal Wedding with little stress or technical issues. Thanks to Dejero and Intelsat, our coverage of the event was first-rate.
Mark BlanchardManager, Network Resources at Global News
CTV’s live coverage of the Torch Relay for 100 days across 45,000 kilometers of Canada was a hugely popular introduction to the 2010 Winter Games. The innovative technology developed by Dejero will revolutionize how broadcasters cover live events.
Robert HurstFormer President, CTV News