With the rise of Over The Top Content (OTT) delivery and an ever-more competitive landscape, satellite news gathering broadcasters are under increasing pressure to deliver the targeted content at the correct time to the right platforms. Consumers expectations in terms of content, choice, and quality have drastically increased over recent years with the advent of new technology — they also expect the news and latest, unfolding sporting action…..
Event live streaming a conference for the first time can be a challenge. Even the most seasoned event organisers can crumble under the pressure of going live. But don’t fret. Event live streaming a virtual conference can provide a positive impact on your business. From expanding your brand’s global footprint to delivering a quality live experience for attendees – there’s a lot of value in learning how to event live stream.
If you have ever watched live coverage of a football match, an Olympic event, or a Royal Wedding, then you have watched an outside broadcast production. Outside broadcasts use the same kind of television cameras, microphones, and vision and sound mixing equipment as a TV studio. The key operating equipment is installed in a specialist truck (a ‘scanner’ in BBC jargon), and a fleet of outside broadcast vehicles
Using multiple cameras for your live broadcast has its advantages. You can cover more territory and enhance the content with varied angles and interesting shots—all of which have the potential to make your live stream more appealing to viewers. In case you missed it, the key word there is potential. Multi-camera production is usually considered a step up from the single-camera broadcast, but it can also be a step down
With over 57% of marketers live streaming their content, it’s not hard to see why brands are jumping into the streaming business. But for plenty of brands and content creators, learning how to live stream can be a hurdle. There’s no shame in admitting the technical side of live streaming can be, well, pretty technical to understand for the majority of us. Don’t lose hope! In this guide, we’ll unpack all the complicated business of streaming….
Who knew from those early days of Outside Broadcasting (OB) for King George VI’s coronation way back in May 1937 that Outside Broadcasting would become such an integral part of everyday broadcasting? The technology may well have shifted dramatically since, with digital replacing analogue and then HD pushing out SD, but the desire for on-the-spot filming has continued to rise exponentially. The need to be in the know….
The Advantages of Outside Broadcasting Production Vehicles and why you should use these during a video production of any live events such as concerts, sports events, and news. Outside broadcasting or OB, as it’s more well-known, is usually done using mobile remote broadcasting. There is different equipment involved in this type of production, such as a professional video camera and microphone….
When Bentley Motors announced their latest investment in their site at Crewe and the production of their first electric vehicle, we were delighted to be asked by Connect Live (UK) to provide the outside broadcast production facilities which helped them deliver their message. With Connect Live (UK) delivering the overall production they approached us to provide the facilities and crew to film the on-site staff briefing….
LU600 LiveU Cellular bonding has made it possible for broadcasters and sports broadcasters to produce some of the most powerful live moments on TV in recent years. In fact, you already watched hundreds of “live shots” on TV that were contributed over cellular bonding, you just never knew it! Let’s talk a little history first. Twelve years ago, LiveU disrupted the broadcast industry by patenting its first cellular bonding solution….