​LiveU Matrix is an IP Cloud Video Management Platform

The cloud platform enables broadcasters to view, manage and distribute live content quickly and efficiently.

LiveU says it is offering newscasters a new level of IP/real-time contribution and distribution with LiveU Matrix.

Users can search, filter, preview, and distribute live feeds to one station, multiple stations, or thousands of end points within their entire affiliate network. The interface can be customized based on the user’s role.

“LiveU is reinventing the way live content is managed and distributed,” said Mike Savello, LiveU VP of Sales (Americas). “LiveU Matrix dramatically increases productivity, expands live coverage, and reduces operational costs. Designed by broadcasters for broadcasters, it is an essential tool that works for the newsroom.

“LiveU Matrix gives full visibility into all feeds available and puts the broadcaster in the driver’s seat to manage and send content anywhere, without interruption or another piece of hardware.

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