More than 3.5 Billion Viewers Expected to Tune in to a Unique Broadcast Coverage of World Cup Tournament

The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) has granted all broadcasting and media rights holders the radio spectrum that enables more than 3.5 billion expected viewers to tune in to unique official broadcast coverage of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022…

The Communications Regulatory Authority (CRA) has granted all broadcasting and media rights holders the radio spectrum that enables more than 3.5 billion expected viewers to tune in to unique official broadcast coverage of the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022™ on television, digital platforms, and public screens.

The tournament's spectrum management service provider, CRA, has engaged with 120 media right holders' licensees and media agencies over the previous few months in addition to 59 of host country broadcasters, other non-right holders' media agencies, press, and photography. Additionally, the CRA assigned more than 2,900 radio frequencies to all parties.

CRA also provided the spectrum requirements of crucial sectors in the country, such as the military, security, commercial, and other sectors; in-turn benefiting the International Federation of Association Football (FIFA) and its contractors, service providers, commercial affiliates, and broadcasters.

Source: Government of Qatar