What is a satellite media tour? What is the purpose? How is the video and audio transmitted to different networks? What are the benefits and why should organizations participate in them?
Gregg Bevan, Vice President, Bureau Operations at VideoLink, answers these questions and more in our latest vlog.
When transmitting a live video feed to an audience, it is important to choose the method that best fits your project. There are three main ways to transmit video: satellite, fiber, or the Internet. Each of these has specific strengths and weaknesses when it comes to sharing your video, event, webcast, or broadcast interview.
As online videos have become more accessible to viewers, the concept of video marketing has risen in popularity. Video marketing helps you capitalize on the ease with which consumers can view videos anywhere: at their personal computers, on their phones or even on their TVs.
Maryland-based LTN Global Communications, Inc., a premier provider of IP-based live media transmission services, is partnering with VideoLink, Inc., to enhance broadcast-quality and transmission efficiency for VideoLink’s many clients that use ReadyCam®.