Griffin Communications Goes Live with Dejero

Dejero has announced that its mobile transmitter technology has been chosen by Oklahoma-based privately-owned media company Griffin Communications to support its live news and weather event coverage.

Griffin Communications has rolled out Dejeros EnGo and GoBox mobile transmitters to support its news crews during the live broadcast of news and weather events that occur in and around the region.

“Using Dejero technology, our team can go live from places where competitors with other equipment cannot get a signal,” said Steve Schroeder, statewide director of news operations for Griffin Communications. “The Dejero form-factor is robust, it takes a beating and keeps on working. I love watching our fleet of storm trackers feeding live video while they’re driving and tracking storms, all without any breakup in transmission.”

Dejero’s VSET rack-mounted encoder/transmitter is also installed in the company’s newsgathering vehicles.

“We’re delighted that our technology is integral in Griffin Communications’ news gathering workflow”, said Bill Nardi, VP Broadcast Integration at Dejero. “Their selection process was tough, but following a series of extensive side-by-side test runs including different manufacturers, Dejero consistently came out on top. We’re proud to be able to deliver the level of flexibility, durability, and reliability that broadcasters like Griffin Communications can depend on to deliver live shots”.

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