developing and implementing TV equipment plans for venues
sports, political, social and entertainment events for television
Entertainment, sports, PR, social functions and political events
Photographic coverage of events
of different events, as well as the rights
TV signal delivery via satellite
developing technical procedures for streaming the signal online
providing the network to transmit video and sound signals at the shooting objects
ANO Sports Broadcasting (Panorama) is a Russian TV production company that boasts cutting-edge professional equipment and a dedicated team of highly qualified experts. Panorama branches are located in Moscow and 9 regions of Russia. Panorama has vast experience in broadcasting around 700 sports, political and cultural events both in Russia and abroad, including:
international and national signal
and 18 pre-Olympic test competitions 2011/2013 in Sochi (international signal).
"Panorama" is the official broadcaster of the Games of the XXXI Olympiad in Rio de Janeiro in 2016.
Panorama facilities fleet includes:
Panorama team counts over 1,200 TV specialists from all over Russia. They all were enrolled in our own multi-stage program - unprecedented in scale for modern Russia - for both resident training and e-learning in 27 specialties. The resident course took place in Moscow, partly at the Skolkovo School of Management.
We have issued manuals worked out by reputable expert practitioners as well as a mobile application featuring an English-Russian/Russia-English broadcasting glossary comprising 16000 word combinations.
Chairman of the Board, Gazprom-Media Holding
President, SC "Olympstroy"
General Director, All-Russia State Television and Radio Broadcasting Company (VGTRK)
Head of Federal Service for Supervision in the Sphere of Telecom, Information Technologies and Mass Communications
Editor-in-Chief, Russia Today
General Director, Sports Broadcasting
Deputy Minister of Sports
Minister of Communications and Mass Media
Deputy Minister of Construction, Housing and Communal Services
General Director, NTV-PLUS
Director, Press and Information Department, President of the Russian Federation
President, Sochi 2014 Organizing Committee
General Director, Channel One
Mr Kiknadze holds a degree in Philology from the Moscow State University.
Mr Kiknadze started his television career in 1984, working at different times as an editor, commentator and presenter for ORT, Centre TV and RTR. In 1999, he was named Deputy Editor-in-Chief for Sports for Centre TV. In May 2001, he was appointed Deputy General Director and Director for Sports of the Channel Rossia. In May 2003, Mr Kiknadze was appointed Editor-in-Chief of the Channel Sport.
In December 2009, Mr Kiknadze was appointed General Director as well as a member of the Supervisory Board of Sports Broadcasting.
In 2007, awarded the Order of Friendship. On March 24, 2014, awarded the Order of Honor for preparing and staging of the XXII Winter Olympic and XI Paralympic Games.
Member of the Public Council for Assistance of the Russian Olympic Committee.
Deputy General Director and Director of Financial Department
Mr Ponurov holds a degree in Economics from the Novosibirsk Institute of Economics. Also, he went through the presidential advanced training programme, specialising in Financial Management.
Prior to taking his position at Sports Broadcasting in January 2010, Mr Ponurov worked as a department chief at Promstroibank in Novosibirsk (1995-1998), general director, vice-president and chairman of the board at the Alemar investment company (1998-2008), and CFO and advisor to deputy general director at Rosnano (2008-2010).
Deputy General Director and Director of Production Department
Ms Shvedova holds a degree from the Tsiolkovsky Technology University. Also, she has received additional instruction at the State Television and Radio Advanced Training Institute and at the Financial Academy.
Ms Shvedova started her television career in 1980 as a director and producer of various programmes, including daily shows, on REN TV and NTV-PLUS. Later, she worked at executive positions in Social Communications Agency (1997-2002), NTV-PLUS (2000-2001), and Sports Channel (2003-2010). She has extensive experience in covering major Russian and international athletic events.
In January 2010, Ms Shvedova was appointed to her current position with Sports Broadcasting.
Deputy General Director for Development
Mr Urushev started his television career in 1988. In 1990, he founded SurgutInformTV, an independent regional broadcaster, which he headed for the next ten years. Between 2000 and 2010, Mr Urushev worked as CEO at the Yugra regional broadcasting company.
Mr Urushev produced broadcasts for the 2003 Biathlon World Championships (the first World Championships held in Russia) and for the Russia-based events of the Biathlon World Cup between 2000 and 2010. He also produced a number of well-known Russian films and TV shows.
Mr Urushev is vice-president of the National Association of Television and Radio Broadcasters, a member of the Russian Film-Industry Workers’ Union and a member of the Russian Television Academy. Mr Urushev won a TEFI award for his contribution to the development of Russian television.
Awarded the medal of the Order for Services to the Fatherland, 2nd Degree.