Claiming that it is turning the concept of traditional supply of a ‘ready to broadcast’ feed from venues on its head, Globecast is pioneering a new remote production service.
The company said that content owners would now be able to select from multiple source feeds at their own global locations, allowing them to create bespoke programming on their own production systems, and prepare their ‘ready to broadcast’ feeds.
According to Globecast, it is putting in place the technology to provide efficient access to source feeds – directly from cameras and elsewhere – to international broadcasters at key Globecast Media Center handover points, with delivery in secure IP format.
The company has developed what it described as a cost-effective, multi-tenant video headend solution to allow any telco, anywhere in the world, to deliver a video service to
The solution is claimed to reduce upfront investment, speed up time to market and maximise quality through provision as a supported, fully managed service.
Also being discussed on the Globecast stand is the company’s VoD Logistics, which it said makes creation and delivery of VoD packages simple, handling the complex and intricate requirements of each VoD platform.