TVU Networks, the global technology leader in live IP video solutions, today announced that TVUPack IP video transmission solutions were used by South Koreas leading broadcast network, YTN, to capture and deliver live video content from the recently completed Eurasia Friendship Railway Project.
During the 14,400km journey through multiple countries, YTN used TVU Networks Global Rental Program to acquire TVU Networks mobile uplink backpack solution to broadcast in real-time to viewers in South Korea. Through TVUs Rental Program, YTNs team was able to report live from Vladivostok, Moscow, Warsaw and Berlin.
TVU Networks played a critical role in broadcasting this highly symbolic, inter-continental express train project. TVU deployed additional TVUPacks to longtime partner, YTN, through TVU Networks flexible and convenient Global Rental Program. Through this program, YTN was able to ensure the highest level of transmission from various key stops throughout the journey, regardless of the changing bandwidth constraints and while providing the most optimal picture quality.
TVU Global Rental Program was fundamentally important to YTNs coverage of the Eurasia express train journey. To capture footage from each of the key stops along the lengthy journey, we required additional TVUPacks, said Hyungil Park, YTN Technical Planning Team Manager. We have been using TVUPacks to transmit news from all over South Korea since 2011, and we knew would could rely on TVU for this purpose, as well. TVUPacks are made for this sort of mobile broadcasting and this was such a large and important event, we could not risk using a product we werent confident with, Park said. The Ministry of Foreign Affairs and the Korea Railroad Corporation (Korail) co-sponsored this ambitious railway project meant to promote peace and unity throughout Eurasia, and we had a firm understanding of how important this was to the people of South Korea and how essential our role was in bringing them closer to the news, Park explained.
TVU was truly a loyal partner to us as we embarked on this project. We relied on TVU Networks in four crucial cities throughout the 20-day expedition. This was of vital importance, as the viewers and people of South Korea relied on YTN to provide the most accurate, real-time news of this unprecedented journey. This was undoubtedly the most cost-effective and seamless way to provide this sort of coverage. TVU provided the necessary packs and equipment to ensure we would have the best connection, strongest signal and highest picture quality to report back to our loyal viewers in South Korea, said Park.
Through its simple one-button operation and ability to simultaneously transmit over multiple combinations of cellular, WiFi, microwave and satellite links, TVUPack enables broadcasters to deliver live HD video from practically any location. TVUPack also offers broadcasters TVUs proprietary Inverse StatMux Plus (IS+) transmission protocol to ensure enhanced resilience and superior picture quality in fluctuating bandwidth conditions, as well as the ability to transmit HD video with sub-second latency.
TVU Networks will be presenting its full suite of live, IP video solutions at IBC, September 11-15, 2015 in Amsterdam. TVU Networks team will be on-site in hall 2, stand B28, doing live demonstrations of TVU Networks solutions and products, including the most recent, highly anticipated innovation, TVU One.
Already in use by hundreds of leading broadcast organizations around the world, the TVUPack family of IP transmission solutions gives broadcasters a powerful and reliable tool to distribute live video content to broadcast, online and mobile platforms. The TVUPack suite of solutions has been used to deliver professional-quality live HD footage of a number of important events around the world including the 2010 World Cup, both Summer and Winter Olympic Games, U.S. presidential elections, natural disasters, the 2013 Papal conclave, the 2014 FIFA World Cup and the Super Bowl. For more information about TVUPack and the TVU Global Rental Program, please visit www.tvunetworks.com.