Company will mark product's debut at 2020 NAB Show.
The popular live streaming app uses LiveU’s HEVC bonding technology to engage its fans and customers throughout Asia with rich, entertaining live content
LiveU Solo technology used during the Cauvery Calling and Mahashivaratri for streaming live video to millions of viewers across the world
Multiple LU600 HEVC units will be used to cover the country’s upcoming presidential election
LiveU’s Austrian partner ETAS supplies a complete production monitoring solution for the creation of a documentary following the Ineos 159 Challenge
ITV Sport expands its use of LiveU at the tournament for additional viewer engagement and tertiary disaster recovery
LiveU used for vibrant interactive live broadcasts from the race track, betting shops, awards ceremonies and more, replacing traditional transmission technology.
IP streaming and bonded cellular network provided wide coverage of multi-venue event.
Production company Sportsbeat employed both units to assist with livestream of race.
Multi-year agreement represents one of LiveU’s largest HEVC deployments in India
New Zealand’s leading free to air broadcaster, TVNZ, is upgrading its fleet of LiveU portable transmission units to LiveU’s LU300 HEVC and LU600 HEVC, ensuring the highest-quality live video performance. The deal has been overseen by LiveU’s long-term partner in the region, Pacific Live Media, which provides ongoing service and support. The NZ broadcaster has been using LiveU since 2015 with multiple units deployed around the country as well as in New York, London and Sydney. The units have been used for all major news and sports events, including royal and state visits, covering political campaigns and elections, as well as the 2018 Commonwealth Games in Sydney, Rio Summer Games in 2016, and the recent yellow vest protests in France. The upgrades come in time for this September’s Rugby World Cup in Japan where LiveU will be used to cover all the action around the games and even serve as disaster recovery backups for the fiber transmission of the games themselves. TVNZ started looking at cellular bonded options at the 2012 Summer Games in London. Andrew Fernie, General Manager of Operations, News and Current Affairs for TVNZ, explained, “We had been interested in the technology for some time, but it really came to a head before the 2015 Rugby World Cup in England. After testing the equipment, we were impressed by LiveU’s LU200 small-form factor, ease of use and video quality and started spreading the units across the country. The catalyst for the major growth in pushing these units out were the changes we made to the newsgathering and news operations teams across the entire country. In 2017, we introduced a centralized editing model, taking all the contribution servers and combining them into a main content and production server in our main newsroom in Auckland. This meant that all the content could be streamed or sent via store and forward into the main server; we could then get all the content out to our linear and digital channels almost immediately. We were able to create a team of video journalists who could operate from the remotest regions using a small camera and a LiveU unit.” Fernie continued, “LiveU has completely changed our business. enabling us to cover every story quickly and cost-efficiently with no need for SNG trucks. We can truly go anywhere with this system, even broadcasting live from the remotest Pacific islands using LiveU as the encoder combined with a Satellite IP system. In terms of future big events, TVNZ has secured the exclusive rights to broadcast the next America's Cup in 2021 and we’re already planning our LiveU deployment.” Yaal Eshel, LiveU’s VP Sales, said, “This is an excellent example how TVNZ has transformed live newsgathering and sports coverage using small portable LiveU units for live streaming and advanced store and forward capabilities. We’re delighted that TVNZ is rolling out our latest HEVC technology and look forward to continuing our long relationship.” LiveU is presenting its full range of live IP video uplink services and streaming solutions at BroadcastAsia2019, Suntec Singapore, 18-20 June 2019 (Stand 6D2-01).
TVU gear, including transmitters and the TVU One cellular mobile units, will help simulcast, record and archive footage.
ebook also provides primer on building an IP-based facility.
This year’s race was the first time the company relied on the technology for all coverage in New York’s five boroughs
CP Communications relied on a combination of microwave and bonded cellular technology to deliver live shots from the women’s wheelchair race during the Nov. 5 New York City Marathon.