LTN Hits 1 Million Network Live Feed Milestone

LTN has delivered 1 million live video feeds via the LTN Network, the company’s proprietary multicast-enabled global IP network that delivers <200ms latency and 99.999% reliability.

Ushering in the future of global media transport with reliable, scalable, and intelligent distribution for high value content, LTN’s industry leading, multicast enabled IP network provides a cost efficient, flexible alternative to traditional distribution mechanisms that drives scale and monetization for content owners worldwide.

On May 8 2023, LTN managed its 1 millionth live feed for a live soccer game between Arsenal de Sarandí and Gimnasia La Plata in Argentina’s Liga Profesional de Fútbol. Since its inception in 2007, LTN has delivered live feeds via the LTN Network for primary transmission, testing, and monitoring for a diverse range of high value programming including live news coverage, entertainment, political live events, esports, and premium live sports events such as the Rio 2016 Olympic Games, NFL Draft 2020, and American Idol.

Every live feed delivered via the LTN Network includes built-in insights, rich data, and business intelligence to give customers greater visibility and control over their content compared with traditional satellite or fiber-based models. Via the LTN Network portal, customers can seamlessly access data around viewing metrics, ISP connectivity, signal continuity, packet loss, latency, and last-mile health. LTN’s advanced tools and always on expert TOC support deliver proactive troubleshooting and empower customers to gain a deeper understanding and drive efficiencies throughout every stage of the content value chain.

World-leading organizations such as MSG Networks, TelevisaUnivision, Deutsche Welle, Sinclair Broadcast Group, and Fox Sports have harnessed the LTN Network to deliver high-value sports, news, and other entertainment content to global viewers across traditional broadcast, over the top (OTT), free ad-supported streaming TV (FAST), and other digital platforms.

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