From Friday, July 13, 2018 to Wednesday, January 23, 2019
  From Jul 13, 2018 to Jan 23, 2019
  National Science and Media Museum, Bradford
Caution: this exhibition in National Science and Media Museum has ended. View an overview of all exhibitions in National Science and Media Museum for current exhibitions.

Did you know it was a British inventor who first broadcast an outdoor event on TV? Or that snooker got a huge boost in popularity when colour television was introduced?

From the very first TV cameras to the latest developments in online streaming, media technology has shaped how we view sport—and the way we watch some of the world’s biggest events has inspired surprising innovations. In this exhibition you'll discover the tech, kit and tricks of the trade used to capture the drama of live sport.

Explore the amazing stories behind unforgettable TV moments, find out how sports events are transmitted around the world, and step behind the scenes of a sports studio. Try your hand at being a commentator—do you have what it takes to keep up with the action as it happens?

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