December 2022

LiveU LU 600 Links Broadcast

Streaming Into your Webinar or Online Meeting Using LiveU LU 600

By now, pretty much everyone has used Zoom, Microsoft Teams, Cisco Webex, Verizon Bluejeans, Facebook Workplace, or Google G-Suite to conduct a virtual meeting or a webinar with their co-workers or clients. In fact, you have probably done it so often that you no longer consider these meetings virtual. But did you ever consider using your LiveU field unit as a kind of super-webcam input for these meetings? Read on to see how….

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Under the hood of OB Production Services Pt 2

Supertrucks used to be all the rage in Outside Broadcast Providers sports broadcasting, but are they still today? Although we are still seeing the launch of brand new large, cutting edge outside broadcast providers services trucks to enable live sports coverage, we are also seeing a rise in demand for smaller vans that are being used to facilitate remote broadcasts. Here we talk to a panel of experts from the outside broadcast providers….

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Portable Live Production Unit Links Broadcast

Live Production with NTS & Bacardi

We were really pleased to have the opportunity to work with radio station NTS on the production of their Fresh Mixes series in collaboration with Bacardi Rum. Using a Portable Production Unit (PPU) in NTS’ East London Studio we provided the production inside their studio using a combination of a handheld camera, a fixed mini-cam and a pan, tilt & zoom camera. The three one-hour programs were hosted by Scratcha and included guest artists….

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Funeral of Queen Elizabeth Links Broadcast

Funeral of Queen Elizabeth

The State Funeral of Queen Elizabeth II took place at Westminster Abbey on Monday 19th September at 11am, and Links Broadcast are proud to have been associated with the television coverage that allowed people around the world to take part in mourning The Queen.Our satellite uplink trucks were on site at Balmoral from the first initial announcement right through to the end of the ceremony at Westminster Abbey….

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