Dagoc A Major Sponsor At SPORTELAsia 2005!
In addition to the cocktail sponsorship, DAGOC, will conduct a Special Press Event during SPORTELAsia 2005, titled: “Organising and Host Broadcasting the 15th Asian Games Doha 2006. Patrick Furlong will provide a briefing on Doha’s preparations for the Games and DAGOC’s official Host Broadcaster, Doha Asian Games Broadcast Services (DAGBS) will provide information on its Operational and Production Plans.
In making the joint announcement, Mr. Tomatis said, “With a greater number of sports than the Olympics, Doha 2006 will be one of the most important sporting events in the world next year and we are extremely pleased that the Organisers have chosen SPORTELAsia 2005 as one of their main venues to publicise their extensive efforts to provide the Best Ever Broadcasting Service during the Asian Games.”
Mr. Furlong said, “We are using SPORTELAsia 2005 as a unique platform to promote our broadcasting rights to the Asian broadcasting networks. We will also brief the networks on the many opportunities they would benefit from such as offering over 2,000 hours of live television coverage and High Definition Television (HDTV) coverage of some of the major sports in the 15th Asian Games Doha 2006“, .
SPORTELAsia 2005 will take place March 14-16, 2005 at the 5-star InterContinental Hotel in Hong Kong.
For further information on SPORTELAsia 2005,
contact Liliane or William Vitale at VITAL COMMUNICATIONS-USA,
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Note for the editor:
The Doha Asian Games Organising Committee is responsible for the overall planning, overseeing and executing of all the elements to produce a harmonized and triumphant 15th Asian Games in Doha 2006. The success of the Games will project Qatar's flourishing and unlimited capabilities and present it as a significant hub for: sports, technology, education and tourism.
The Asian Games is the second largest international sporting event after the International Summer Olympic Games. It brings together countries from all over Asia and consists of some sports not very well known on all international levels.
The First Asian Games took place in New Delhi in 1951 and welcomed 11 countries playing in just six sports. Now 55 years later, the GAMES are expecting 45 different countries who will participate in 39 competitive sports totaling 412 events.
For Press and Media Contact Information about DAGOC contact:
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