Technology integration provides satellite operators a unified solution for satellite modulation, video and audio analytics, and error detection, with a resulting QoE boost.
In a time of uncertainty among many parts of the broadcast industry, Broadcasting Center Europe (BCE), part of the RTL Group, a Luxembourg-based media conglomerate that operates TV and radio channels as well as production companies located throughout Europe and Asia, has built one of the most impressive broadcast centers to come along in a decade. It makes no excuses for the forward-looking content handling concepts it has put into place at its new headquarters and looks forward to serving a myriad of innovative production and distribution applications for many years to come.
Dejero CellSat increases backhaul quality and confidence. It eliminates booking satellite time, and it recently debuted at IBC.
Globecast has expanded an existing relationship with Euronews to deliver broadcast-grade video content over the public internet for Euronews’ eight new tailor-made channels. Globecast is using its exclusive GCXN transport service, which manages the transport of broadcast and media services over the public Internet, which lowers costs while expanding flexibility.
Evertz software encoding platform was used by Globecast to transmit the 2017 Australian Open, French Open and Wimbledon Tennis Tournaments.
Over the past few years we have undoubtedly been witnessing some massive changes in the media entertainment landscape. We have gone from linear viewing on a TV screen to widespread consumer adoption of multiple over-the-top services, delivering content anywhere, anytime. With this evolution has come a great deal of technological innovation based around IP delivery, which is changing contribution. Some might (and do) say that satellite has had its day.