LiveGear Named To Streaming Media 100 For Second Year In A Row

For the second year in a row, Vislink is honored to have its LiveGear brand chosen as one of The Streaming Media 100. This annual list of industry-leading companies in the streaming media space are chosen based on their commitment to innovation and moving the industry forward.

Vislink is proud to offer end-to-end solutions for next generation IP newsgathering. Our LiveGear suite of hybrid products deliver broadcast quality video solutions that offer multiple modes of transmission to ensure your live shots are never missed. In less than 5 minutes, newscasters can be set up and capturing first-on-scene live video, for transmission to a website, broadcast station or direct to edge devices, providing the opportunity to watch live video anywhere at anytime. These cost-effective, portable and user-friendly devices include the AirCam Max cameraback unit and the AirStream portable handheld. Our partnership and collaboration with TVU Networks has led to the development of the TVUPack Powered by Vislink Hybrid Technology, the industry’s first backpack unit to combine microwave and cellular transmission technologies.

The NewStream is changing the face of the broadcast industry as the first-of-its-kind multi-mode transmit system that combines ENG, SNG and CNG in a single rack unit. Adding to the transmission capabilities of the NewStream is our new cellular outdoor unit. This industry-unique product can either be roof or mast-mounted and is completely weatherproof allowing for operation in the most extreme conditions. The added height advantage of the mast-mounted design significantly improves signal strength and network connectivity.

Mike Payne, CEO of Vislink, remarked, “Broadcasters worldwide are searching for new ways to generate and disseminate live content in the most cost-effective manner possible. New hybrid transmission tools and IP-based workflow solutions, used in conjunction with traditional portable and fixed assets, are providing greater efficiency and flexibility for news and live event coverage.”