IP-based vehicles with on-air appeal are big sellers to stations. Many use a combination of point-of-view cameras and bonded cellular transmission to deliver “live and drive” pictures as they move down the road, both of the surrounding area and the on-air talent in the cabin. Many also feature heavy station branding and integrated pop-up flat panel displays, allowing them to serve as a studio in the field for live shots. Above, NBC Boston’s Weather Warrior from Accelerated Media Technologies.
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 […]
The first day of the second annual NewsTECHForum conference from TVNewsCheck and Sports Video Group, Monday, Dec. 15, will feature experts examining “Mobile Newsgathering: The Bleeding Edge,” with all of the latest methods of acquiring video and getting it back to the newsroom.