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Brand spanking new Claro Sports won a bronze for its Sochi 2014 Olympic promo featuring several members of the 2014 Latin American Sochi Winter Olympians (Team Latam) in snowboarding and skiing in Best On-Air Promo, even when it turned out Latin America hadn't yet won a Winter Olympic medal. Has the bronze-winning video with the link:

http://www.unotv.com/noticias/deportes/detalle/claro-sports-gana-golden-rings-del-coi-194513/

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You can now take a look at all of the gold, silver, and bronze medal winning Golden Rings Olympic coverage clips in Best Olympic Sports Production by Olympic Broadcasting Services, Best Digital Offering, Best On-Air Promotion, Best Olympic Feature, Best Athlete Profile, Best Olympic Programme, and for Olympic Video Player from Monaco here:

http://www.olympic.org/news/ioc-announces-olympic-golden-rings-award-winners/242141

Russia Today launched two all-English 24-hour radio stations in advance for Sochi 2014 for the in Sochi (101.5 FM) and Krasnaya Polyana (105.8 FM) metro regions called Sochi Today in November 2013 intended for Sochi's foriegn visitors, athletes, journalists, fans, and government officials included:

http://rt.com/about-us/press-releases/rt-launches-sochis-first-english/

France 2's live presentation of the Sochi 2014 Opening Ceremony promo (or publicite as they say in the Francophone world) featuring scenes from the Sochi 2014 torch relay going across Russia, even into space:

How Finland's YLE conducted and structured another hard-working double duty Olympic coverage in both Finnish and Swedish to the nation even while being frugal in dividing the 160-person team in half, including studio announcers, in both Helsinki and Sochi (with its limited space at the IBC):

http://www.sportsvideo.org/olympic2014/sochi-2014-headlines/yle-pulls-double-duty-to-serve-finnish-olympic-fans-in-finnish-swedish/

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This post is largely devoted to VGTRK's Dmitry Guberniev, who was arguably the busiest media man in all of Sochi covering not just the biathlon but live co-hosting the ceremonies on the Russia channels, anchoring the coverage, and being its sports editor.

Get to know a little bit more about it him and how he helped raised biathlon's profile in Russia with his excitable, loud, motormouth style...something that polarizes Russians and his seemingly overexposure:

http://www.wsj.com/articles/SB10001424052702303874504579373180535620704

ANO Sports Panorama was getting ready for Sochi and for Kazan Universiade 2013 in this May 2013 interview and those Russian Olympic TV rights holders got first dibs at the biathlon mixed zone ahead of NBC while producing the national feed that saw the likes of Stepsova at the shooting range in that sport, the Guberniev would call for at his venue post, instead of using the Norwegian-produced feed at times. Got some experience from an old hand from Moscow 1980 in the training in Moscow. And getting ready for the innovations. Yeah, focused on the Russian athlets:

http://www.panoramahd.ru/en/news/sovetsky-sport-interviews-panorama

How some of Russia's top sports journalists enjoyed and covered Sochi 2014 headed by Dmitry Guberniev:

http://direct-beauty.ru/home/hobby/2385-as-tv-journalists-supported-our-olympic-games-in-sochi

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Russia's Channel One/Perviy Kanal presents a special retrospective program about all of Russia's (or the Russian Federation's, going by official IOC parlance) golden moments and medalists as hosts in Sochi from Viktor Ahn (Ahn Hyun-Soo) to Victor Wild to the Russian figure skating team to Alexander Tretiakov to the four-man bobsled to Alexander Legkov to the men's 5000m relay biathlon team, among others in Russia's Sochi 2014 medalists:

Oh yes, there was a Sochi 2014 one-year anniversary celebration at the Bolshoi Ice Dome with Channel One there to broadcast it. Dmitry Guberniev was the MC, Lyubov (Liza Temnikova) came back reprising her role, Vladimir Putin came to say a few words as well as some the Russian medalists from Sochi returned to celebrate. With singing, dancing, and music of course:

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=RMaOiLeV6e4

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The 2014 XXII Olympic Winter Games in Sochi, Russia coverage won 7 Sports Emmys for the NBC family of networks--NBC/NBCSN/MSNBC/CNBC/USA/nbcolympics.com at the 2015 Sports Emmys last night in New York. The program won the most Sports Emmys overall with FOX Sports Live coming second with 4. NBC's coverage won in:

Outstanding New Approaches – Sports Event Coverage

The XXII Olympic Winter Games — nbcolympics.com

Executive Producers--Jim Bell, Richard Cordella, Mark Lazarus, Gary Zenkel

Coordinating Producers--Rebecca Chatman, Dave Gabel, Joe Gesue

Senior Producers

Eric Black, Wally Bruckner, Shelby Campbell, Christopher Creed, Peter Diamond, Rob Dustin, Troy Ewanchyna, David Faulknor, John Fritsche, Brian Gilmore, Christopher Hall, Eric Hamilton, Clarence Hau, Jack Jackson, Darryl Jefferson, Mark Levy, Scott Lozea, Jillian Macdonald, Laurence Master, David Mazza, Matthew Millson, Kevin Monaghan, Thomas Seeley, Lana Sherman

Producers

Alan Abrahamson, Vincent Accardi, Chip Adams, Terry Adams, Alexa Ainsworth, Matthew Allen, Rich Assenzio, Liz Ballard, David Barton, Joe Battaglia, Eric Bell, Todd Benjaminson, Daniel Brennan, Jason Brough, Pugh Clifton, Mike Cloonan, Kristen Coleman, Willie Cornblatt, Daniel Cuthbert, Tom Davidson, Jason Devaney, Paul Drinkwater, Brooke Eaton, Marsha Edscorn-Bird, Christopher Estrada, Lauren Fein, Jack Felling, Greg Ferraro, Thomas Feuer, Sean Flanery, Dan Fleschner, Jen Franklin, Jaye Galloway, Gary Gelb, Lena Glaser, Alex Goldberger, Brett Goodman, Matt Grassie, Matt Green, Corey Griffin, Lee Ann Gschwind, Mike Halford, Jordan Hall, Marissa Havens, Stephen Hildebrand, Tim Hines, Geoffrey James, Sunil Joshi, Jeff Kassouf, Randall Kim, Matt Kramer, Craig Lau, Brian Longenecker, Michael Marcarello, Nick McCarvel, Elyse McDonough, Jim Miles, Michael Miller, Glenn Morris, David Mueller, Karen Nicol, Daniel Palla, Phil Parrish, Erik Paulsen, Suz ie Paxton, Josette Persson, David Picker, Joe Posnanski, Gary Quinn, Rick Racela, LJ Rader, RJ Rico, Peter Ringer, John Rizzo, Corey Sadler, Lori Sandrock, Michael Schanzer, John Schleef, Joseph Schwerdt, Lyndsay Signor, Ryan Soucy, Jason Stahl, Aaron Stern, Nicole Swink, Sydney Thayer, Matt Thelen, Jim Thompson, Ron Vaccaro, Brett Vandermark, Hector Venegas, Greg Walters, Ed Williams, Ruthie Wittenberg, Nick Zaccardi, Rich Zuckerman

Director Jason Lobb

Associate Producers

Kal Almandalawi, Alexandra Azzi, Colin Beattie, Ryan Becker, Nolan Berkowitz, Kamal Bhangle, Michelle Birch, Nikki Bongaerts, Marissa Boyajian, Julie Bruhn, Marc Buono, Rebecca Camara, Tim Canary, Elizabeth Cieszko, Mary-Margaret Cimino, Nate Clark, Alexis Coble, Liz Collins, Chris Connolly, Matt Cooper, Tim Cycon, Charlie Cyr, Scott Dargis, Andrew Davidson, Noah Davis, Naytram Deonarain, Marissa Diaz, Adam Discko, Scott Dominick, Mike Donaghue, Layne Dornstein, James Dowd, Amanda Doyle, Matt Duncan, Kevin Durkin, Derek Edwards, Elizabeth Eng, Caroline Engle, Angela Evans, Ralph Filardo, Jarrett Frazier, Shawn Fried, Stacey Georgiou, Ian Getz, Sarah Girgis, Rich Goldberg, Janelle Gonzalez, Brittany Hardy, Laura Harrington, Jason Harris, Alex Haubenstock, Bob Heaney, Molly Himmelstein, Austin Hinton, Thomas Holahan, Josh Holbreich, Karen Hope-Murray, Brendan Hourihan, Steven Howard, John Howe, Chris Howland, Kelly Hyjek, Dominic Insogna, Ryan Irwin, Michael Jackson, Rebecca Jimenez, Lacee Johnson, Britt Kahn, Rene Karfias Dmuchowski, Corey Katz Meyerson, Jackie Klauberg, Jenny Knepper, Celia Kohl, Val Kuykendall, Terri Leopold, William Leopold, Robert Lieber, Robert Liu, Lane Lombardia, Chris Lubbers, Yestro Luciano, Matt Lupica, Rachel Lutz, Edward Ma, Matt Maresco, Felix Mariano, Dan Marrazza, Doug Matregrano, Paul Mazza, Kiara McIver, Rob McKnight, Alex Metzman, Corey Michaels, Tonia Miller, Katherine Misko, Jack Mitten, Valentine Moossa, Kathy Mosolino, Will Moss, Joseph Murphy, Justine Neubarth, James O’Brien, Whitney O’Steen, Michael O’Toole, Kate Piper, Marvin Pittman, Tom Popple, Clifton Pugh, Charnelle Quallis, Max Rahamin, Dominic Ridgard, Jordin Rocchi, Morgan Rose Beckwith, Kara Rosenthal, Mark Ruzomberka, Steven Sabonjohn, Damien Sanchez, Frederico Sanchez, Lindsay Schanzer, Zach Schiffman, Brett Schroeder, Robert Scott, Alex Semidey, Joe Serrano, Marc Sideroff, John Sikorjak, Adam Simon, Kenneth Singleton, Kelly Slevin, Keenan Slusher, Shawn Smith , Megan Soisson, Tim Sotter, Ellis Stanley, Ryan Stewart, Brooke Sullivan Powell, Jenna Tirico, David Tishelman, Dominic Torchia, Sam Tydings, Kaitlin Urka, Hilary Valenzuela, Joao Valle, Kailin Vandevelde, Michael Viner, Steven Walker, Mark Warholak, Tom Wehrle, Tara Wellman, Paige Westin, Parker Weston, David Wilburn, Skyler Wilder, Chris Wilson, Michael Wisniewski, Olivia Wittels, Trace Wood, Alex Woolford, Ryan Yeager, Laurie Zelnick

Associate Directors--Corey Desalvo, Debbie Donnellon, Kerry Jackson, Mick Lewis, D.T. Slouffman

Outstanding New Approaches – Sports Programming

The XXII Olympic Winter Games — NBCOlympics.com

As the Athletes Experienced Them

Executive Producers--Jim Bell, Richard Cordella, Mark Lazarus, Gary Zenkel

Coordinating Producers--Rebecca Chatman, David Gabel, Joe Gesue, Mark Levy

Senior Producers--Eric Black, Wally Bruckner, Shelby Campbell, David Faulknor, Brian Gilmore, Christopher Hall, Eric Hamilton, Darryl Jefferson, Scott Lozea, Thomas Seeley

Producers

Vincent Accardi, Alexa Ainsworth, Matthew Allen, Daniel Cuthbert, Tom Davidson, Lauren Fein, Jack Felling, David Gibson, Alex Goldberger, Rob Hyland, Brian Longenecker, Billy Matthews, John McGuiness, David Mueller, Kaare Numme, Phil Parrish, Erik Paulsen, Suzie Paxton, Josette Persson, David Picker, Clifton Pugh, Gary Quinn, Peter Ringer, John Rizzo, Tom Roy, Corey Sadler, Lori Sandrock, Michael Schanzer, Nicole Swink, Sydney Thayer, Jim Thompson, Hector Venegas

Associate Producers

Michelle Birch, Nikki Bongaerts, Marissa Boyajian, Julie Bruhn, Marc Buono, Mary-Margaret Cimino, Alexis Coble, Liz Collins, Adam Discko, Kevin Durkin, Elizabeth Eng, Angela Evans, Sarah Girgis, Janelle Gonzalez, Brittany Hardy, Alex Haubenstock, Bob Heaney, Molly Himmelstein, Celia Kohl, Kiara McIver, Valentine Moossa, Will Moss, Whitney O’Steen, Charnelle Quallis, Max Rahamin, Jordin Rocchi, Lindsay Schanzer, Robert Scott, Marc Sideroff, Tim Sotter, David Tishelman, Sam Tydings, Kaitlin Urka, Joao Valle, Paige Westin, Parker Weston, Ryan Yeager

Outstanding Technical Team Remote

The XXII Olympic Winter Games — NBC

Technical Supervisors

Alexander Abelman, Jason Abrams, Christopher Adams, Terry Adams, Susan Aglietti, John Arvelo, Andrei Belousov, Anna Berg, Craig Bernstein, Paola Bezek, Kamaldeep Bhangle, Marsha Bird, William Blachly, Joanne Brentnall, Donald Breshears, Peter Brosnan, Don Burkhart, Kevin Callahan, Nicholas Cap, Lillian Cereghino, Robert Chaney, David Crane, Bridget Cugle, Christopher Davies, Benjamin Charles De Montagnac, Cathy Dear, Michael Donoghue, James Eady, Locke Eady, Shea Eady, Derek Ehmen, James Ellis, Christina Fenaroli, John Fritsche, Jodie Gambrill, Frederic Garroy, Martins Gaujenieks, John Geiger, Guillermo Germade, Marissa Gidez, Edward Goldberg, Hilary Goldberg, Kenneth Goss, Matthew Green, Peter Grinter, Anne Grotefeld, Kathryn Hagon, Rickey Hayes Jr, Shane Hendrick, Barry Hogenauer, Dana Holland, Michael Horgan, Charles Jablonski, Darryl Jefferson, John Jorgensen, Peter Kallander Jr, Craig Kaufman, Jill Kemp, Robert Kiraly, Laura Klein, Ingrid Klipp, Craig Lau, Michel Lauzon, Brian Longenecker, William Lorenz, Christopher Lubbers, Karl Malone, Patrick Martin, David Mazza, Allison McAllister, Denisha McPherson, Michael Meehan, Robert Mikulicka, James Miles, Alexander Milton, Matthew Mousseau, Michael Muffoletto, Yancey Oretha, Yancey Oretha II, Atila Ozkaplan, Michael Pappas, John Pastore, Philip Paully, Thomas Perley, David Peters, Randall Raddatz, Vincent Rao, David Rhines, John Roche, Harry Ryan, Robert Sanders, Thomas Saylor, David Schafer, Julianne Schoenfeld, Ryan Soucy, Neil Staite, Oksana Starkova, Katherine Stefko, Joseph Stein, George Stockton, James Stuart, Timothy Stumpp, Christopher Swan, Christina Tanaka, Tania Tchea, John Tomlinson, Allison Trautman, Elizabeth Tuura, Kregg Van Meter, Erin Walker, Derrick Whittington, Victor Wilder, Ian Woods, Peter Yarusavage, Lukas Zahas

Technical Directors--Mark Causey, Jonathan Collins, Zachariah Greenberg, Paul Harvath, Theresa Rozic, James Tiffee, Douglas Wetz, Bradley Woodall

Electronic Camera Persons

Michael Aagaard, Liam Adam, Timothy Aiossa, Cody Alexander, Andrew Allman, Nicholas Bee, Michael Borowski, Jason Bourne, Michael Bozell, Michael Brown, Kerry Burke, Scott Caldwell, Jonathan Charlesworth, Gary D’Amaro, Gareth Davies, Shawn Dechant, Sean Feiertag, Joseph Ferlic, Daryl Hackett, Michael Harvath, Kirk Hepburn, Samuel Hirneisen, Andrew Italiano, Kevin Kellogg, Igor Klobas, Robert Lawton, Richard Leible Jr, Erik Leidal, Bruce Levitt, Andrew Lottridge, Mark Lynch, James Mansfield, Daniel Marinelli, Michael Mathews, Graham Maunder, John McKelvain, Gary McLenon, Douglas Nelson, John Pavlovich, Brian Phraner, Rick Rice, Patrick Rondou, Brian Saks, Jeffry Scharig, Thomas Smith, Mark Stacey, Peter Stendel, Richard Stogsdill, Marc Tippy, Nelson Utley, James Wachter, Darren Wargo, Stephen Wolff, Madison Woo

Graphics Operators--Lisa Cirincione, Shaun Coy, Linda Davis, Kristina Klamborowski, Lori Lafazan, Denise Midkiff, Craig Miller, Elizabeth Mungovan, Gregory Petronzio, Abby Smith, Annette Torgerson

Lighting Directors--Steve Brill, Timothy Hall, Kevin Hardy, Paul Lohr, Nkosi Mason, John Reynolds, John Salzmann, Sheryl Wisniewski

Senior Audio Engineers--Christopher Acker, Daniel Cochran, Allan Craig, Timothy Dunn, Dana Kirkpatrick, Stephen Miller, Ryan Outcalt, Lee Pfannerstill

Audio Engineers--Ross Banks, Christopher Clark, Stuart Cruice, John Dennis, David Holmes, Nicholas Johnson, Patrick Keogh, Anthony Kremer, Simon Lord, Max Mills, Dover Mundt, Thomas Nash, Benjamin Phillips, Mark Reed, Adam Rickets, Franciscus Smeehuijzen, Pamela Smith, Thijs Visser

Audio Assistants

Gregory Acker, Sarali Anastasion, David Birch, Matthew Coppedge, Robert DeLong, Joseph Dziok, Matthew Hooton, David Hummel, Craig Jenkins, Douglas Klyn, Craig Lapsley, Ian Leith, Jonathan Lukason, Anthony McManus, Brian Melillo, Demian Padron, James Parkin, Karen Pearce, Robert Qua, David Rowell, Jeanine Thomason, Kent Van Der Kolk, John Warner, Donald Wilson

Digital Replay Operators

Frank Anderson, Amanda Baszkiewicz, Kerry Brooks, Charles Burke, David Degelia, John DeTolla, Brendan Dunn, Samuel Edmiston, Jon Epstein, Gary Erikson, Maggie Gallegos, Michael Head, Michael Johnson, Timothy Koenig, Jeffrey Kristen, Sean LaRett, Gay Mason-Clubb, Michael McTighe, Tom Meegan, Curtis Menzel, Marian Murray, Ryan O’Boyle, Rodney O’Rear, Mirjana Pecina, Mark Pokedoff, Joseph Riehl, Raymond Rivera, Thomas Ryan, John Sponsler, Roland Stockli, Steven Wakeford, Donald Watt, Mark Zannoni, Michael Zissis

Senior Maintenance Engineers--Guy Ferguson, Thomas Giles, Edward Hally, Keith Jackson, Simon Jones, Timothy Jones, Paul McConnachie, Richard Morton, Rick Ulmer, Petrus van Velzen

Video Engineers--Neiko Bernardo, Tristian Bickerton, William Blanchard, Alexander Bond, Martin Brosthaus, Matthew Brown, Michael Callihan, Peter Chalmers, Joseph Cirincione Jr, Laurence Cockayne, Elizabeth Crossan, Vincent Cuviello, Stephen Davies, Jason Deutsch, Graham Drew, Paul Francis, William Gahagan, Stacey Georgiou, Hamish Greig, Marco Griffin, Kristen Gruca, Ian Gunn, Simon Halliday, Joseph Hannafin, Alexander Harvey, Michael Herbert, George Hogan, David Hughes, Filino Hutagalung, Andrew Jarzebiak, Kevin King, Judith Kiraly, Robert Kurimay, Jeffrey Lind, Bryan McKoen, Frederick Medeiros, Nicholas Mellor, Harris Mendheim, Floris Molijn, Mark Morel, Michael Nockels, Robin Onck, Erik Onifer, Richard Owers, Michael Peloso, Michael Peterson, Gregory Pfeifer, Hugh Potter, Graham Rendell, David Robertson, John Rose Jr, Christopher Sarson, Donald Sears Jr, Anthony Craig Sommerer, Christopher Stanbridge, James Stewart, Joshua Stoner, Jason Sturgill, Harvey Szajt, Harris Upham, Kendrick Young

The Dick Schaap Outstanding Writing Award

The XXII Olympic Winter Games — NBC

Winter’s Theatre

Writer--Aaron Cohen

Outstanding Post-Produced Audio/Sound

The XXII Olympic Winter Games — NBC

Winter’s Theater

Audio Engineers--Phil Parrish, James Twomey

Outstanding Live Graphic Design

The XXII Olympic Winter Games — NBC/NBCSN/CNBC/USA/MSNBC

Senior Graphic Designers--David Barton, Sue Bennett, Matthew Celli, Mark Levy, Philip Paully, John Schleef

Graphic Designers--Jon Berry, Ian Bonilla, Earl Camburn, Molly Erdmann, Bruce Fallini, Scott Flato, Shawn Hendrickson, Borys Jarymovych, Catherine Krebs, Michelle Lippitt, David Melfi, Filip Prochazka, Victor Ruano, Eric Say, Dana Stefenson, Mark Stroming, Stefanie Toigo, Jeannemarie Tracey, Daniel Velez, Neil Wright, Chung Wu

The George Wensel Technical Achievement Award

The XXII Olympic Winter Games — NBC

Maximum Access

Innovators--David Allamby, Christopher Bailey, Kamal Bhangle, Eric Black, Rebecca Camara, Elton Carneiro, Stacey Georgiou, Matthew Green, Michael Jackson, Darryl Jefferson, Robert McKnight, James Miles, Fridolin Mueller, Joseph Murphy, Harry Ryan, Sascha Tischer

Mike "Doc" Emrick, who called Olympic ice hockey in Sochi, also won a Sports Emmy for Outstanding Sports Personality--Play-By-Play for NBC. But it was for his NHL on NBC and NBCSN coverage. Not for Sochi 2014.

http://www.tvweek.com/in-depth/2015/05/the-national-academy-of-television-arts-and-sciences-announces-winners-of-the-36th-annual-sports-emmy-awards/

Network Ten's intro to the Sochi Tonight portion of its coverage featuring Torah Bright, Alex "Chumpy" Pallin, Daniel Greig, and Lydia Lassila

Jeep Australia was the broadcast sponsor for Ten's Sochi 2014 coverage in this sponsor boards from the network

i also checked to see if Ten's Sochi 2014 coverage managed to earn any nominations for the TV Week Logie Awards. It didn't. Not even its Commonwealth Games coverage did either. Don't think there's a separate Sport Logies like there are with the Emmys. I think it is because, though very important sports worldwide and Australia has made tremendous progress in the Winter Olympics, it's still seen in the mainstream Australia as somewhat marginal.

Ten reported a net A$168 million loss but with a 41% improvement for last year (2013-14) despite revenue reduced to A$601.7 million. Third straight year in a loss with one-off costs this year towards those two multisport events:

http://www.tvtonight.com.au/2014/10/ten-reports-168m-loss.html

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i also checked to see if Ten's Sochi 2014 coverage managed to earn any nominations for the TV Week Logie Awards. It didn't. Not even its Commonwealth Games coverage did either. Don't think there's a separate Sport Logies like there are with the Emmys. I think it is because, though very important sports worldwide and Australia has made tremendous progress in the Winter Olympics, it's still seen in the mainstream Australia as somewhat marginal.

There is a Logie for sports coverage - this year (just last Sunday) it was won by SBS for its FIFA WC 2014 coverage. I don't think the Winter Oly's got nominated, but I do seem to recall the Commonwealth Games coverage was. The other nominees were the usual football grand finals and Melbourne Cup telecasts.

The WOGs might be far from mainstream here, but they still rated decently. Guess it's the big event, rather than the sports themselves, that gets the viewers. Same could be said for the FIFA WC - soccer is shaded by Rugby and Aussie Rules for the spotlight here, but a WC will draw in the viewers for the big occasion.

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There is a Logie for sports coverage - this year (just last Sunday) it was won by SBS for its FIFA WC 2014 coverage. I don't think the Winter Oly's got nominated, but I do seem to recall the Commonwealth Games coverage was. The other nominees were the usual football grand finals and Melbourne Cup telecasts.

According to good old Wikipedia, the Most Outstanding Sports Coverage nominees were:

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VGTRK's Rossiya 2, the principal sports channel from that Russian state media empire, ceased operations on November 1. It became that in January, 1, 2010 after being Sport from June 23, 2003 resulting from a broadening format. Rossiya 2, you may recall, was VTGRK's Olympic channel during Sochi 2014 for much of the Olympic days starring the likes of Dmitry Guberniev running the show covering the biathlon and acting as studio anchor. It's now replaced under its frequency by Match TV, also a public sports TV channel like Rossiya 2 was. It came into existence under Vladimir Putin's order on the basis of the sports redaction of Gazprom-Media Holding and technical equipment ANO Sports Broadcasting (the Panorama brand) with Tina Kandelaki as the channel's general producer. Surely it will cover its share of Russian media's Rio 2016 programming

http://news.rambler.ru/business/31168982/

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Now sure if this has been posted by the Sochi 2014 Official Report is out:

https://doc.rero.ch/record/258116?ln=en

I don't think Vol 2 is available.

Contains

Vol. 1 : Sochi bid campaign presentation = Présentation de la candidature de Sotchi

Vol. 2 : Sochi 2014 commemorative book = livre commémoratif de Sotchi 2014

Vol. 3 : Olympic and Paralympic Games preparations = Préparation des Jeux Olympiques et Paralympiques

Vol. 4 : Official results of the Games = Résultats officiels des Jeux (English-French-Russian)

Olympic Medals

Paralympic Medals

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