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Website for mobile newsgathering bookings goes live

A new website designed to connect broadcasters with video service providers that have Digital Mobile News Gathering (DMNG) systems available to rent has been launched by Aviwest.

The DMNG system allows users to capture and broadcast live HD or SD video over multiple networks, including bonded 3G/4G mobile, Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and satellite. It is frequently used for breaking news and live events coverage.

At IBC attendees are being shown how to navigate the website (, which is free to use for all Aviwest customers and partners.

In addition to connecting broadcasters and video service providers, the website also includes a Q&A forum for discussing the DMNG system as well as other related topics, and receiving feedback from a community of users.

Also at IBC Aviwest is launching IP Bridge functionality for the DMNG Pro video uplink system and DMNG Studio.

This functionality allows broadcasters to establish an IP bridge between the LAN on which the receiver is connected and the IP devices connected over Ethernet to the DMNG Pro.

Working this way enables IP-based products, such as video mixers or PTZ cameras, to be controlled directly from the DMNG Studio site, allowing for remote video production on the fly.