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5G will revolutionize broadcast production and delivery
Baruch Altman

In recent years 5G has very much been the talk of the technological town in general and increasingly in the media industry. People expect it to play a significant role in live production and contribution as well as distribution to consumers. There are trials and real-world 5G deployments and testing of media use cases going on behind the scenes. In this COVID-19 era, the role of 5G in remote production becomes even more relevant to cut production costs while complying with strict social distancing guidelines. 

LiveU’s successful live 5G field broadcasts with leading US, APAC and European cellular providers, including AT&T, NTT DOCOMO and Korea Telecom (KT), together with our threeyear participation in EU 5G collaborative research and validation projects, have put us at the forefront of 5G-based field production. It’s strengthened our 5G understanding and expertise, resulting in enhanced 5G-native algorithms and implementation across our cellular bonding technology.

We have been actively involved in the EU collaborative research and validation projects, partnering in five 5G Infrastructure Public Private Partnership (5G-PPP) projects funded by Horizon 2020, the biggest EU Research and Innovation program. The projects’ goals are to provide the broadcast community and other verticals with insights into 5G performance in real-world scenarios, both in production and in consumption/distribution. LiveU’s bonding technology has been an enabler in several important use cases.

As a result of this commercial and research exposure, I can say on the production side, these are the key media and entertainment use cases (and variations upon them) as benefitting from 5G.

The first is remote production, sending compressed real-time, in-synch multicamera feeds (including 4K) from the field (venues, events sites, outdoor sports locations…) into the cloud or to the production facility, rather than sending out an OB unit with all the
equipment and staff. This is a complete remote production scenario, including in extreme cases multi-room distributed production, such as multiple production staff operating remotely from one another working collaboratively on the same live content. We see strong demand from customers due to the economic and operational benefits and we’ve responded with our LU800 multi-cam and remote production software solution.

Secondly, there’s remote production in the field using private 5G networks (i.e. Non-Public-Networks – NPNs), with uncompressed, or slightly compressed, feeds from cameras sent to the on-site production truck: cableless, non-lineof-sight, high-quality field production.
Then there’s wireless studios: a vision where an all-IP, 5G NPN cableless wireless studio(s) is used, with all A/V devices connected over a 5G network, all IP-based etc

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