By: Ken Kerschbaumer, SVG Editorial Director
Tuesday, August 21, 2012 - 9:06 am
LiveU and NewTek, will demonstrate their integrated live video streaming and production solution in a live studio at IBC (stand 14.365) as The Next Web, the international technology, news, business and culture publication, will produce the live broadcast, bringing the latest news from the IBC show to its worldwide online audience.
Ronen Artman, VP Marketing, LiveU, says, “The live studio at IBC is just the beginning of our collaboration with NewTek. We see a symbiotic relationship between our two companies, providing a more cost-effective live video streaming and production solution for broadcasting and online media customers worldwide. With The Next Web driving the production at IBC, we’re looking forward to a professional and exciting live demonstration showing our joint products in action.”
With NewTek TriCaster systems sports broadcasters, federations, and teams can reach new audiences, interact more closely with fans and generate new revenue opportunities. They can produce HD network-style productions of their live performances, from a cart in the front-of-house, a desktop backstage, or a studio control room rack. TriCaster provides the ability to switch between multiple cameras, inputs and recorded clips while simultaneously delivering live content to broadcast television, LED screens and projectors, the Web and mobile devices. The new line of TriCasters presented at IBC on NewTek’s stand and used in LiveU’s studio for the daily live show, gives producers all the tools to create more shows, with more creative capabilities, publish to more destinations and reach more viewers.
LiveU will be demonstrating both its LU70 backpack and LU40i handheld device for live video transmission at IBC. LiveU’s LU70 is the industry standard for bonded 3G/4G LTE backpacks with proprietary RF technology for superior resiliency, up to 1080 HD video and sub-second latency for a satellite-like experience. LiveU’s LU40i is a groundbreaking handheld HD uplink device, weighing less than 700 grams. With up to six network connections, the bonded LU40i offers 4G LTE/3G, WiMAX, Wi-Fi and LAN video transmission in an even smaller form factor.