Building the REMI Roadways: Connectivity for Centralized, Distributed, and Cloud-Based Production Models
SVG TranSPORT 2022 • 45m
The evolution of REMI/remote productions in recent years was accelerated by the pandemic, and, as a result, the transmission ecosystem for live productions is undergoing tectonic change. With the surge in centralized, distributed, and cloud-based productions, broadcasters are tasked with providing backhaul connectivity for a flood of data and video feeds. Learn how REMI models are creating new contribution challenges while also opening up exciting new production workflows for live sports coverage.
Rick Clarkson, Signiant, Chief Product Officer
Dan LaTerra, CBS Sports Digital, VP, Advanced Production Technologies
Janel Moorefield, LiveU, Director of Sales and Sales Group Manager, Sports
Chris Pulis, Globecast, CTO, Americas
Steven Soenens, Skyline Communications, VP, Product Marketing
Brad Cheney, Fox Sports, VP, Field Operations and Engineering
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