06.27.2007 09:00 AM
Fox News Channel deploys Streambox for remote newsgathering

Fox News Channel has selected Streambox's newsgathering solutions for high-quality real-time broadcasts from field reporters to the network's headquarters in New York City.

Fox News Channel is deploying portable encoders and rack-mount video transport systems for delivery of live video from hotspots around the world via satellite and T1 networks.

With this new deployment, news crews can capture and deliver live video reports from the field with nothing more than a camera, a Streambox portable encoder and a satellite or other IP network connection.

The equipment will also be used for high-quality store-and-forward video feeds.

For more information, visit www.streambox.com.



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