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Reynolds Journalism Institute uses the Quicklink TX for Washington Journal interview Posted: 10/02/2020
Reynolds Journalism Institute uses the Quicklink TX for Washington Journal interview

The University of Missouri School of Journalism’s Reynolds Journalism Institute recently used Quicklink TX for an on-air interview with C-SPAN on the Senate presidential impeachment trial.

Staff from RJI utilized Quicklink TX to broadcast Missouri School of Law Professor and author Frank Bowman for a live, one-hour interview on C-SPAN’s morning program, Washington Journal. For this set-up, RJI easily established a two-way, high quality, ultra-low delay call.

“Because of Quicklink, we’re able to sell our small-scale facility to others as a site from which to do these national and international broadcasts. It’s like we’re able to play with the big boys without owning a microwave truck or satellite truck,” said Travis McMillen, senior media producer at RJI. “I’ve found that Quicklink TX provides a powerful, yet straight-forward experience for both the far site and the near site.”

RJI also uses Quicklink TX on a weekly basis during Global Journalist, a ‘virtual roundtable’ program featuring guests from anywhere in the world. During the show, three journalists join the in-studio moderator as guests to discuss a topic from their point of view as the journalist covering the story.

Tags: Quicklink | Skype TX | University of Missouri | Reynolds Journalism Institute
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Plymouth Marjon University chooses Altered Images for radio and TV facility Posted: 11/07/2019
Plymouth Marjon University chooses Altered Images for radio and TV facility

Leading technology supplier, Altered Images, has been chosen to supply and install a complete radio and TV facility at Plymouth Marjon University. The new facility will be located on the old BBC South West villa site at Plymouth and will house the latest technology for the university’s production and journalism courses. It will feature industry-standard equipment that students are likely to experience in professional studios and newsrooms, with clever media workflows allowing students to focus on storytelling and multi-platform publishing.

Tags: Altered Images | Plymouth Marjon University | radio | television | TV facility | radio studio | education | journalism | production | broadcast
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VidOvation at the 2017 NAB Show Posted: 21/03/2017
VidOvation at the 2017 NAB Show
At the 2017 NAB Show, VidOvation will introduce VidOsat, the company's new lightweight, portable, and easy-to-deploy Ku- and Ka-Band satellite terminal. VidOsat fully integrates with the AVIWEST DMNG PRO bonded cellular transmitter, enabling it to bond satellite and cellular transmissions together for a hybrid transmission solution. VidOsat's high-quality and reliable construction, including a five-segment, high-gain, one-meter carbon reflector, ensures excellent performance even at the extremities of the satellite footprint. VidOsat also includes an inclinometer and fine-adjust for azimuth and elevation. The collapsible satellite terminal easily transports as checked luggage, and its "no-tools" assembly with a folding feed arm and quick-deploy tripod ensure easy and rapid setup. The tripod has detachable sand feet to allow deployment of ground anchors for maximum stability and reliable operation. 
Tags: VidOvation | 2017 NAB Show | VidOsat | VidOlink | DMNG PRO180+ | 4K | Multi-HD HEVC | Video Encoding | IP Distribution | AVIWEST | Innovative Mobile Journalism | MOJO | NAB 2017 | NAB 2017
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NEP The Netherlands and Soliton Systems partner up for new generation of H265 for mobile live transmission Posted: 23/03/2016
NEP The Netherlands and Soliton Systems partner up for new generation of H265 for mobile live transmission

NEP The Netherlands, a leading media technology specialist and market leader in aerial based mobile video links, announces partnering up with Soliton Systems, an established Japanese manufacturer of real-time mobile encoding and live video streaming systems over 3G/4G networks. As a result of this partnership, NEP The Netherlands became the distributor of the Smart Telecaster ZAO solution: a new generation of H265 bonding technology to be introduced to the European market. ZAO is a system where video is transported via multiple mobile network providers. This results in low latency, high quality live pictures, without using aircrafts or other expensive relay platforms.  

Tags: HEVC | H265 | mobile encoder | mobile journalism | remote sports production | mobile video transmission | 4G mobile video transmission | mobile camera backpack | NEP | Soliton Systems
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