The case is being made that satellite will not become irrelevant in an increasingly OTT world
One of the first questions to come up as broadcasters consider their options for auxiliary, interim and final DTV facilities is “How much will this impact my coverage?”
Eat your heart out Usain Bolt, because PSSI Global Services has reportedly successfully transmitted a 10-path, multiplexed, HD feed via satellite from Toledo, Ohio, to Charlotte, N.C., and back in 1.09 seconds.
The time where U.K. producers will have to go with completely tapeless transmission deliverables is coming up, so the Digital Production Partnership has released a special guide for them.
The College Football Playoffs National Championship game concluded in thrilling fashion back in January and viewers got to watch in part thanks to PSSI Global Services.
Getting all action of the 2016 USA Wakeboard Collegiate Nationals to stream to fans all around the country was key for event organizers, so to help achieve that goal from the Orange Beach, Ala., location, the production team utilized LiveU’s portable backpack for transmission.
Broadcasters have begun installing the first of several UHF antennas atop the spire of One World Trade Center as plans to move transmission facilities from the nearby Empire State Building—home to New York-area TV broadcasters since 9/11—get underway.
During the Rio de Janeiro Olympics earlier this month, Russia’s national sports channel, Match TV, relied on TVU Networks’ video transmission technology to provide live coverage.
Many stations will replace transmitters, RF systems, line and antennas as part of the channel repack after the incentive auction and it makes sense to select gear that will work for ATSC 3.0.
Bluebell Opticom Ltd. scored a prime place at the table for the recent UEFA Europa League and Champions League finals, as outside broadcast company Telegenic installed multiple sets of Bluebell SDI interfaces.