LTN Global Delivers SportsGrid With Cloud-Based Production Solutions

LTN is supporting SportsGrid with automated production services, including the delivery of live programming support managed from the production facility located in Kansas City.

SportsGrid is a 24-hour linear network streaming live fantasy sports and wagering coverage of all major sports and events. The network’s daily schedule combines expert commentary with real-time news, data, statistics, and betting intelligence, distributed across XUMO, STIRR, Roku, Sling TV, Plex TV, Samsung TV Plus, MSG+ Network, and Cox Media Group.

LTN’s suite of communication and production tools virtually integrates the necessary functions for master control, allowing the SportsGrid production team to manage their live programming schedule. SportsGrid delivers the network’s live streaming HLS video feed through a low-latency IP connection from the cloud. The LTN platform leverages its low latency transport network and cloud-based production infrastructure, providing SportsGrid with best practices production workflows, managed, and monitored using proprietary software to deliver a scalable and dependable support service solution.

“We needed to deploy a transformative platform to efficiently and effectively produce daily live video programming from our studios and remotely during the pandemic. With 24 hours a day of nonstop sports betting coverage, the LTN platform gives us access to a powerful technology stack using cloud-based solutions. The LTN platform integrates the newest features and specialized tools managed by an elite team of experienced professionals” said Louis Maione, SportsGrid President, and Founder. “LTN provides SportsGrid with innovative visualization tools to configure, manage, and monitor live programming at scale across industry standards and protocols.”

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