The FIFA World Cup was the most awaited event in the calendar for all enthusiastic football fans across the world. The FIFA World Cup is the biggest sporting event in the world after the Olympics. According to Franz Beckenbauer, the president of the bid committee, "the organization of final match of the World Cup is the greatest gift we can give to a nation."
[...] During the opening ceremony of the games, a huge giant weighing 60 tons with a height of 20 meters was installed and removed successively in each of 12 cities hosting World Cup by FIFA. Inside the giant's belly was spotted many interactive games, virtual installations and panoramic projections. Coordination with the media The International Media Center (IMC) was based in Munich. The press center of Berlin and Dortmund were also present to cover the event. Regarding the TV production rights, since 1998, the HBS (Host Broadcast Services) and its CEO, French Francis Tellier, were responsible for the dissemination of images of the World Cup around the world. [...]
[...] These were used this time around exclusively for the implementation of public policy measures related to the FIFA World Cup 2006 and were not fueling the traditional budget of the committee. In 2002, the sports betting branch of ODDSET gave 3.55 million euros, a figure which seems to acknowledge a sharp decline in 2006. The committee had to rely on revenue generated by the sale of special stamps that were released for the sport to finance activities of public interest. [...]
[...] The right to resell the rights to broadcast the FIFA World Cup 2006 has been entrusted to the agency called In front Sports & Media. Infrastructure The development of transport infrastructure is the most important aspect that needs to be taken care of while conducting an event like the FIFA World Cup. The host cities had developed six lanes by 2006, while the highway network was expanded and new interchanges were incorporated. Modern guidance systems were used to facilitate trips to different stadiums. [...]
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