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SNG Uplink Truck Facilities

The latest satellite and 4K technology delivered where you need it

Our purpose built fleet of Ku band HD Mpeg4 SNG trucks as well as fly-away uplinks, Ka band IP uplinks, TVRO downlink only, teleport services and satellite capacity we can provide everything you might need in terms of satellite facilities.

Links Broadcast continually invests in the latest technology for these mobile platforms to ensure that the services we provide are at the cutting edge of outside broadcast quality and stability - providing everything you might need in terms of 4K satellite uplink facilities.

Our trucks have been deployed to all manner of live events - delivering high definition on the spot broadcasts from national sporting venues, breaking news stories, star studded entertainment events and corporate conferences around the world.

World class outside broadcast and satellite services

Link Broadcast has a well established reputation amongst the world's premier league broadcasters and content producers for providing the very best in satellite and SNG OB services and facilities. This was evidenced by our providing the satellite transmission facilities for the world’s first live commercial 4K broadcast: Delivering the National Theatre’s award winning production of War Horse from the New London Theatre in Covent Garden to the Curzon Cinema in Chelsea.

Being located in the UK gives us easy access to London as well as the primary travel hubs for national or international travel - enabling us to provide our trademark fast, flexible and cost effective range of OB solutions and services, where and when you need them.

Backed by our highly experienced and friendly technical crew, event management team and technical support personnel you can trust us to deliver.

For information on our other services check out our Services overview page. You'll also find our full equipment specifications detailed on the Equipment Specs page.

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    "Who's Gonna Love Me Now?" from The Barbican

     I would like to say a huge thank you from us at Peccadillo. Your team did an amazing job, a really successful evening.



    Tom Abell | Peccadillo Pictures

  • Thanks so much for all the great work this year, especially the EU Ref which had challenges of being a multi-channel event, floods on Abingdon Green, and incredibly long hours. Your team was absolutely brilliant, as always, and we can't thank you enough.


    Tanya Clancy, Senior Facilities Planner | Aljazeera

  • Team-Links.

     Thanks to you all who helped make yesterday’s broadcast a tremendous success for CBS and ultimately for the Grosvenor family.

     Everything worked perfectly, with no small thanks to the professionalism of Andy and Dave on site and the team in Harlow supporting them behind the scenes.

     As ever, it is a real pleasure to be working with you all again and this job was a little different, but still delivered with a dedication to professionalism and perfection.


    Chris Bretnall | Creative Broadcsat

  • Thank you so much to all of you for your support and contributions to a really, really successful CBI Conference this year – well done to all of you!

     Please pass this onto your teams and we look forward to working with you all again very soon.


  • I just wanted to take a moment and thank all of you for your hard work and professionalism during our Royal Wedding coverage. NY has indicated to me they are very pleased with all we were able to produce in terms of programming and content – leading up to and during the event.

    I continue to be amazed at your ability to create something out of nothing –and make it all look easy. So I thank you again for your willingness to work the hours, deal with the conditions, and trouble shoot as we worked out the kinks.

    We can provide all the editorial in the world, but we never forget that without your efforts, we’re basically doing really expensive radio! As they say in the UK (circa 1942) - WELL DONE CHAPS!

    Lily Evans | ITV Studios