2018 NAB Show Event Channel

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LiveU and The Gadget Professor at the 2018 NAB Show

LiveU will use podcaster “The Gadget Professor,” Don Baine to present live internet coverage of the 2018 NAB Show from the LiveU Studio on the exhibit floor. The live streams will show viewers original content and activities from NAB not available anywhere else.

From the LiveU exhibit at the 2018 NAB Show, “The Gadget Professor Live at NAB” will give show attendees and viewers an exclusive look at new product announcements, live streaming industry news, and expert interviews from NAB.

The shows are designed to demonstrate show production made easy using LiveU’s Wireless At-Home Production solution. The LVCC studio will show all that’s needed on location are lights, cameras, sound and LiveU’s LU600 HEVC solution.

The LU600 will drive live content back to The Gadget Professor’s studio in Scottsdale, Arizona for real-time production and distribution. All video switching and graphics production will occur in the home studio in Arizona. Viewers at home can also tune in to watch additional live video programming created specifically for LiveU’s Facebook Page using the LiveU Solo product, streaming live from all around the LVCC exhibits and displays.

The Gadget Professor will host experts from the broadcast and online streaming industry for unique panel discussions covering many topics and trends such as HEVC, new hybrid satellite solutions, social media live streaming, and live video producers of content for a variety of different markets including sports, entertainment, education and worship.

The LU600 HEVC solution

LiveU’s flagship LU600 portable transmission solution with the HEVC Pro card offers video performance excellence in live streaming for global newsgathering and more. Combined with the 4K HEVC Pro Card, the LU600 allows broadcasters and content creators the benefit of unparalleled video performance with extreme bandwidth efficiency with one of the smallest portable cellular bonding units in the market. The LU600 delivers the highest video quality and bitrate in the market, fastest file transfer and lowest delay.

Solo streaming

LiveU will also demonstrate the LiveU Solo plug-and-play live streaming device. Solo is the streaming solution of choice for major online media companies and affordable and easy to use. Solo allows users to live stream seamlessly directly to Facebook Live, Twitter, YouTube Live and other popular social media and online video providers. Solo is managed and controlled remotely with a web interface or smart device. LiveU will show a newly enhanced Solo cloud production suite of services for cloud graphics insertion. It provides the ability to send a stream and blend graphics in real-time in the cloud.

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