Broadcasting from field: Multi-language live commentary

The ‘don’t sweat’ challenge

Picture this: an important day for sports, when several major events take place simultaneously in various locations in the world. As an audio professional, your challenge is to juggle with different live remote commentaries for a seamless broadcast. 

Or picture this: a heavyweight, world-class event where international leaders’ words are being simultaneously translated by remote interpreters. What are your best options to manage this complex situation stress-free? 

Are you game for duplex, triplex live broadcasting situations where multiple speakers are scattered around the globe? We are.

The easy-peasy solution

The IQOYA Suite has your back. 

Remote speakers / translators / commentators receive the live video feed of the event and send back their audio feed with IQOYA GUEST. At the production studio, these audio feeds are gathered on an IQOYA SERV/LINK multi-channel audio codec, where technicians will operate mixing and distribution.

The IQOYA CONNECT web platform centralizes the configuration of IP codecs and complete supervision of operations. 

Digigram’s low-latency IQOYA codecs and IQOYA CONNECT connection service allow a broadcaster to distribute live programs in native languages to multiple markets at the same time, from one single live capture of the event. Et voilà!

Benefits of the solution

Low operational cost

Easy deployment

Scalability and flexibility

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IQOYA GUEST product page

IQOYA CONNECT product page

IQOYA SERV/LINK product page

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