News organizations are increasingly using breakthroughs in technology to allow journalists to remotely, yet quickly, deliver more content over multiple platforms. The advances range from improved cellular networks that speed transmission of content from the field to the newsroom and cameras capable of streaming and providing remote video, to a host of tools available for journalists to remotely edit and produce content while collaborating with their newsrooms. Above, Grass Valley’s new GV Alyve, released at this year’s IBC Show, gives reporters a “virtual control room in the cloud” for production and distribution of video and livestream content. (Source: Grass Valley)
Dejero, a provider of cloud-managed solutions that provide video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, is unveiling its new EnGo 260 HEVC mobile transmitter at the upcoming IBC 2019 show (Sept. 13-17, RAI Amsterdam), stand 11.C15. The 5G ready EnGo 260 provides enhanced picture quality, exceptional user experience, and continues the […]
Dejero, a provider of cloud-managed video transport and Internet connectivity solutions while mobile or in remote locations, is showcasing its latest 5G-ready solutions, SMPTE 2110 support, return video solutions, CellSat blended connectivity, IronRoute for media content distribution solution, and GateWay connectivity at the upcoming IBC 2019 show (Sept. 13-17, 2019, RAI Amsterdam), stand 11.C15. EnGo […]
Dejero, a provider of cloud-managed solutions that provide video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, is partnering with land terminal provider AQYR to launch a Dejero CellSat turn-key rental package. The package brings the best of both cellular and satellite connection paths to mobile broadcast teams and includes the AQYR Typhoon […]
The World Racing Group wanted to stream more events live, but with fiber connectivity rare and cellular connections not always reliable at the remote venues where many races take place, producers feared reliability would be an issue. They eliminated it with a Dejero solution that enabled them to double the number of races streamed live.
Cox’s WFTV Orlando is at the cutting edge of field transmission, using streaming cameras on vehicles that can be remotely controlled by a tech back at the station and transmitting over a 4G link. As more stations want that kind of capability, vendors are responding with bonded cellular and other wireless gear to improve efficiencies and connectivity and are working to include high-speed 5G wireless technology.
The award recognizes outstanding contribution to the field of live transmission as Dejero turns 10.
Dejero, an innovator in cloud-managed solutions that provide video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, is collaborating with partners Microsoft Azure, Avid, Haivision, Hiscale, Make.TV and Signiant at IBC to showcase how live production workflows in the cloud can deliver greater flexibility, scalability and budget efficiencies to broadcasters. Visitors to Dejero’s […]
Dejero | Stand 11.C15| https://www.dejero.com/ Dejero, a providerof cloud-managed solutions that provide video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, is introducing its most powerful version of the EnGo mobile. The latest EnGo is designed to give a picture quality advantage to broadcasters, especially when capturing high-motion news and sports content. Broadcasters […]
New streaming encoders in cameras are delivering HD picture quality good enough to go directly to air. That gives stations new options for IP contribution besides the common bonded cellular workflow. Above, KOAA Colorado Springs uses a JVCKenwood ProHD portable bridge in the field. Click here to access TVNewsCheck’s NAB 2018 Resource Guide listing of field operations vendors and products or here to download it as a PDF.
Dejero, which supplies IP networks for video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, has announced “significant” new financing to accelerate its product development and its global expansion into the broadcast and media market. The company said the investment will be used largely to fund development and commercialization of Dejero’s blended connectivity solutions […]
Dejero has added two new products to support HEVC (H.265) encoding and decoding. Dejero PathWay and Dejero WayPoint enable the use of HEVC video compression in support of remote and mobile broadcasting, a feature that is particularly relevant to on-location teams working with limited bandwidth. “We’re leveraging the efficiencies of HEVC while applying novel techniques […]
Dejero, known for blending IP networks for video transport and Internet connectivity while mobile or in remote locations, is collaborating with Newtec, a satellite communications specialist, for the Dejero CellSat solution. CellSat will be showcased at the Dejero stand 12.B42, at the Intelsat stand 1.C71 and at the Newtec stand 1.A49 during IBC 2017 (Sept. 15-19 in Amsterdam). Dejero CellSat […]
The effort of covering the historic storm fully tested Houston stations’ technological and logistical prowess and planning, while straining their human resources. With power and cable outages prevalent, the broadcasters also streamed their coverage continuously over Facebook Live so that folks with a charged smartphone could watch, too. Above, KHOU broadcast news temporarily from the facilities of noncommercial KUHT.
IP newsgathering specialist Dejero and global satellite service provider Intelsat have partnered to offer the TV industry a new service that blends Ku-band satellite and cellular network bandwidth into a one-button-push service for IP news contribution from the field. Dejero founder Bogdan Frusina explains why the service is necessary, how existing Ka-band users can get on board, what Intelsat brings to the party and how the new service will add another option to relieve network congestion at big events like political conventions.
Dejero, a provider of cloud-managed solutions that simplify the transport of live video and real-time data across remote or mobile IP networks, has partnered with ExpertFile, a global search engine and content platform for experts, to make it easier to find expert viewpoints and sources, saving broadcast reporters and editors valuable time in the newsroom. […]
The bonded cellular technology at the heart of today’s IP newsgathering systems has achieved such a level of maturity that many vendors have begun addressing the finer points, such as how to more closely integrate the workflow of reporters in the field with the newsroom and maintaining network speeds even when working within the confines of a VPN. At the same time, frenemy and outright competitors have arisen and are looking to make headway with stations by offering systems they say will reduce or eliminate ever-rising wireless data bills. Photo: LiveU. Click here to access TVNewsCheck’s NAB 2017 Resource Guide listing of ENG/IP Newsgathering vendors and products or here to download it as a PDF.
In the first of this year’s NAB Hot Topics series leading up to the NAB Show in April, TVNewsCheck’s Technology Editor Phil Kurz examines the rapidly changing world of field contribution. Broadcasters will be presented with a panoply of technology and applications at the NAB Show. While no two are exactly alike, most seek to leverage existing technologies in new ways to enhance workflows or reduce costs. For a resource page of the companies mentioned in this story, click here. See all 2016 NAB Hot Topics stories here.
This year, TVNewsCheck is augmenting its coverage of NAB Show Hot Topics tech trends stories with information that can make your visit to NAB easier. This week’s focus is field contribution (read the main story here). These companion resource pages on the technology covered each week are compilations of information provided by vendors. To download […]
Recognizing the increasing demand for on-site reporting and the shift in the way news is gathered, Grass Valley and Dejero are collaborating to integrate Dejero’s LIVE+ Control monitoring and management tool with Grass Valley’s Stratus video production and content management system. With the embedded Dejero tool, users will be able to access, manage and assign […]
The solution combines Dejero LIVE+ transmitters and cloud services with Aeryon’s rugged, quickly deployable SkyRanger small UAS.
Dispatch Broadcast Group’s CBS affiliate WBNS Columbus, Ohio (DMA 32) has expanded its deployment of Dejero‘s mobile newsgathering systems. The station has now deployed eight portable Dejero LIVE+ 20/20 transmitters to its mobile news crews, enabling them to provide live coverage from the source of breaking news. In addition, three-quarters of the WBNS news staff […]
ABC affiliate KTBS Shreveport, La. (DMA 82), has expanded its live electronic newsgathering capabilities with Dejero LIVE+ 20/20 transmitters. In addition, KTBS will soon deploy the Dejero LIVE+ mobile app to members of the news staff, enabling them to capture and transmit live video using their Apple iPhone 5 smartphones. KTBS serves 28 counties and […]
Now that bonded cellular technology has proved itself as an effective and reliable way to send back live video from the field, the top vendors have begun supplying software for managing and sharing all the incoming feeds.“Broadcasters have gotten over that bonded cellular hump,” says Ronen Artman, VP marketing at LiveU. “Now they want to take control of their devices.”
The CBS San Francisco O&O purchased Dejero’s LIVE+ VSET, which bonds bandwidth from cellular networks, microwave and satellite and transmits live SD and HD shots.
Ontario-based Dejero unveiled its new LIVE+VSET vehicle-mount bonded cellular transmitter today, aiming to integrate its flagship ENG technology with satellite and microwave trucks. “The LIVE+ VSET is truly unique in the marketplace, combing industry-leading adaptive bit-rate bonded cellular engineering with IP-based satellite connectivity and an optional ASI interface,” Brian Cram, Dejero CEO, said in a […]
The makers of the newsgathering technology are beefing up reliability as well as adding satellite capability, improving the interface between the cellular packs and cameras and enhancing control of the packs from the field or the station. It will all be on display at next month’s NAB Show.
When the hurricane devastated the coastal areas of New York, New Jersey and Connecticut in October, broadcasters turned to the cellphone-based technology to get live feeds back to the stations when microwave or satellite delivery systems wouldn’t work. “It continues to improve,” says CBS’s David Friend. “The delays are less, the signals are better, there’s less dropout. When we took the risk of using this technology very early on, it was hit and miss. Now we are more confident in its stability and its performance. We view it as an essential tool in our newsgathering efforts.”
The cellular ENG products are expanding the newsgathering capabilities at WCBI, WWAY, WDEF, WTVQ and WMGT.