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Information TV / Radios

Welcome on the 2012 Tour de France TV/Radio area.

1. Video Project

For any project concerning the coverage of the Tour de France 2012, a request must be submitted by mail, email or fax, at the following address, for a written authorization of the organisation:

A.S.O. - Television Department
253 Quai de la bataille de Stalingrad
92137 Issy les Moulineaux Cedex – France
Email : asotv@aso.fr
Fax : + 33 1 41 33 14 19

2. TV broadcasters and radios

Welcome on the new webpage specially dedicated to the TV/Radio Medias covering the 2012 Tour de France.

The beginning of the competition is coming in a significant progress, and we are proud to share with you this new adventure.

This is why we make available 2 extranet private accesses, on which you will find all the documents required to prepare this event.

We created 2 accounts, so as to lead you to the relevant information.

The first one is dedicated to right holders :

  • TV right holders
  • Radios UER members

The second one is dedicated to non right holders :

  • TV non right holders
  • Radios non UER members

Login details concerning these 2 accesses will be sent directly to the Production contact by the TV/Radio Coordination Department of Amaury Sport Organisation.

As soon as you will have entered your dedicated extranet, you will have the possibility to download the available documents, to save them in your computer and to use them at your convenience.

You will notice that some folders are still incomplete. You will be informed when new documents are downloadable by means of this webpage.
We invite you to consult regularly this unique interface, available 24/7.

Do not hesitate to contact us (asotv@aso.fr) if you have any problem to access to these WebPages.

Best regards,

A.S.O. TV Department

Jersey wearers after the stage 21

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