Premier Sports Selects QuickLink For Remote Commentary

Premier Sports, a premium sports broadcaster, has selected QuickLink’s Remote Commentary solution for introducing professional, high-quality remote commentators into live sports coverage.

Premier Sports offers die-hard sports fans access to 24/7 on-demand video collection, with a host of live content, such as livestreams of some of the biggest sports events around the world, including Premier League, Formula 1, NBA, WTA, LaLiga, Serie A, Champions League, UFC, NASCAR and more.

QuickLink’s Remote Commentary solution has enabled Premier Sports to integrate high-quality remote commentators, casters and announcers from any location worldwide into their live sports productions. The remote commentators can view real-time, high-quality video and audio of a sporting event while providing single or collaborative commentary from the comfort of their home.

The Remote Commentary solution facilitates multi-language remote commentary and seamlessly fits into any workflow. Available as software, hardware or cloud, the Remote Commentary solution utilises QuickLink’s high-quality remote contribution solutions, high-level of remote guest control, broadcast-grade production tool or broadcast-grade hardware. This solution is being used to provide remote commentary for some of the world’s leading sports brands including Fox Sports, Red Bull Media House, ESL and Star Sports.

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