Broadcasters are finding growing opportunities to use remote integration production that lets them produce remote broadcasts from their studio after backhauling the camera feeds via fiber or broadband connections. Sports was the first use of this “at-home” technique, but with steadily improving gear and latency rates, stations are looking at expanding it to cover political debates and other local events. Above: Nexstar’s WCIA Champaign, Ill., uses TVU Networks’ RPS remote production system transmission product to stream multiple cameras, all frame-synched, to cover remote sporting events.
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