One year ago, World Soccer Talk traveled to Atlanta to interview Turner Sports and Bleacher Report about their UEFA Champions League coverage as well as to film a behind-the-scenes mini-documentary. And then COVID-19 happened, putting a halt to Champions League matches in mid-March 2020.
Several weeks later in June 2020, we learned that Turner Sports had opted out of their Champions League contract, and returned the rights to UEFA, who ultimately sold them to CBS Sports.
As a result, we never did release the behind-the-scenes video. Until now.
While Turner Sports’ coverage of the UEFA Champions League is in the past, our memories of their work is still fresh in our memories. Hopefully you’ll enjoy this brief video that shares a glimpse into what the environment at TNT Studios was like, and where the broadcasts were filmed.
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