LIVE PARK uses big production vans e.g. Legia Warszawa vs Lech Pozna? match was produced on the biggest OB van, called "HD 7". It was because of need of multifeed production including 3 different unifeed video for Canal+, Polsat and TVP along with POL/ENG Graphics. Additionally, matches for the international audience are produced with English on-screen graphics as individual feed.
Each match is produced and broadcast in HDTV 1080i/50 with stereo sound or Dolby Sorround (using up to 16 audio channels simultaneously). Full view of all sport situations is available due to 13 video cameras.
There are also slow motion (Super Slomo) cameras used in some events. All the replays are done on 6-channel EVS equipment.
Video and audio streams (clean and dirty feeds) are stored on XD-CAMs. Furthermore 4 copies of the match are made on DVD.
All the signals produced by LIVE PARK are delivered and multiplexed into single stream and sent by fiber link to Canal+ Polska headquarters. Then Polsat's version is remultiplexed at Canal+ and then redistributed directly to Polsat.
International SD feeds are sent by the satellite. Sometimes SNG vans are used as a backup. TVP used its own SNG van to feed the match's coverage.
Thanks to Eurosport 2, Monday matches of T-Mobile Ekstraklasa are shown in over 20 countries: Albania, Bosnia and Herzegovina, Bulgaria, Croatia, Montenegro, Czech Republic, Denmark, Estonia, Finland,
Germany, Hungary, Iceland, Kosovo, Latvia, Lithuania, Macedonia, Norway, Poland, Romania, Serbia, Slovakia, Slovenia, Sweden. Total range of stations reached 15.6 million households. Since the autumn of
last year all Wisla Krakow matches are transmitted by Israeli television Sport5. One game in each round is shown live also in Cyprus, and three meetings of each series in 17 countries in Africa on Zuku Sports.