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Anton/Bauer has distributed more than 150,000 copies of the Video Battery Handbook since its initial publication in 1993. As the definitive guide to the care and feeding of video batteries it has been used as a reference and as a teaching aid in film and video courses in many schools and universities.

LiveU Shows Fox Affiliate In NYC How To Cover Elections With Bonded Cellular Gear

ImageAs the upcoming elections continue to heat up, it's becoming more important for video journalists to keep up with the candidates. How else are we supposed to catch what Donald Trump will say or do next? LiveU, a provider of IP-based live video services and broadcast solutions, recently collaborated with Fox 5 News in New York to train reporters and cameramen on how to deliver 360-degree coverage of the elections on a budget.

TVU Networks Streams “Excellence In Journalism” Awards

ImageOn September 19th, TVU Networks, a company that has supported the emergence of bonded cellular transmission devices, helped stream a key part of the Excellence in Journalism conference, the Paul White and John F. Hogan Awards ceremony, held this year in Orlando Florida. It was the first time the awards ceremony had been streamed live. The prestigious event is jointly hosted by the Radio Television Digital News Association, Society of Professional Journalists, and the National Association of Hispanic Journalists.

Dejero LIVE+ Mobile Transmitters Deployed for Live TV Coverage of Challenge Dubai Triathlon

ImageNew Zealand-based production company Kinetic Media used Dejero's LIVE+ bonded cellular mobile transmitters to stream live HD video from field locations to outside broadcast (OB) trucks during televised coverage of the inaugural Challenge Dubai triathlon. Mounted on motorcycles, the rugged and portable LIVE+ transmitters allowed Kinetic Media to transmit live video directly from the men's and women's swimming, running, and cycling courses. "Once again, Dejero's LIVE+ transmitters gave us a first-rate alternative to traditional satellite and microwave trucks for capturing the excitement of a triathlon," said Richard Sutcliffe, producer, Kinetic Media.

TVU Networks Offers New IP Video Transmission Solutions

TVU Networks, a provider of live mobile IP newsgathering solutions for video journalists, has been traveling around the country demonstrating its range of technology, including its TVU One IP newsgathering video transmitter; MLink cellular 3G/4G LTE, satellite and microwave live video uplink transmitter; TVUPack TM8200 mobile uplink backpack transmitter; and the TVU Anywhere application that turns laptops and smart devices into transmitters.

Dejero Partners with Drone Maker For Aerial Newsgathering

ImageDejero, a provider of remote acquisition, cloud management, and multiscreen distribution technology for the acquisition of live video over IP, has joined with Aeryon Labs, a Waterloo, Ontario, Canada-based manufacturer of small Unmanned Aerial Systems (sUAS, a.k.a. drones) to offer secure, real-time distribution of HD video captured by Aeryon sUAS through the Dejero LIVE+ platform. This will enable video journalists to integrate live video captured with drone technology into their newsgathering productions. Dejero is also headquartered in Waterloo.  "There is significant and growing interest from broadcasters--especially newsgathering organizations--in drone technology because it brings a unique perspective and closer, more intimate live content, while providing greater context to news stories," said Brian Cram, CEO of Dejero.