NHK to broadcast the 2019 Rugby World Cup in 8K

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Japanese broadcaster NHK is continuing its trailblazing 8K coverage, with news emerging that it’s set to produce the Rugby World Cup in 8K.

The Rugby World Cup 2019 begins in Japan in September and it will mark the first time the sport has been broadcast in 8K.

Japanese broadcaster, NHK, essentially the Japanese version of the BBC, has been investing in its 8K pipeline for some time and has conducted a number of successful tests and demonstrations of the technology. It’s previously shot footage of the London 2012 Olympics, 2014 FIFA World Cup and the 2016 Olympic Games in Brazil and started its 8K channel in 2018.

Related: What is 8K TV?

The 8K coverage will only be available in Japan, which is not a surprise considering how advanced NHK’s platform is. There’s set to be a 4K feed available to broadcasters for transmission, too.

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