Red Bee Media is showcasing the company’s capabilities in distribution and live remote production at IBC 2018. Through a Mobile Radio Studio in cooperation with Media Park Live, Unbranded and YPCA/New Business Radio, Red Bee Media are providing live visual radio and streams throughout the whole show between 10:00 and 17:00. The setup includes remote production with UHD/HD Cameras, remote graphics, live broadcasting, live streaming to OTT and connectivity services. The Mobile Radio Studio is located in Hall 13, stand A11 (the Holland Mezzanine) at the RAI, where Red Bee Media also will be broadcasting their own content between 15:00-16:00 Friday to Sunday.
Red Bee Media has an established track record in providing high-end and reliable live remote production and connectivity services for big and complex live events for a number of public and commercial broadcasters and organizations. Examples from 2018 include remote production for the dance festival Defqon.1 and the CELA European Beach Volleyball Championships as well as setting up mobile radio studio for the 2018 Winter Olympics in cooperation with Dutch Public Broadcaster NOS. At this years IBC in Amsterdam, the company is demonstrating all their remote production capabilities, live in action throughout the whole show.
“With our remote production, connectivity and distribution services, we can connect content to audiences anywhere in the world, delivering on the toughest demands for any live event. IBC 2018 is a perfect opportunity to showcase the services we provide”, says Bastiaan Brink, Head of Media Management & Distribution, Red Bee Media, the Netherlands.
The services provided for the Mobile Radio Studio include delivery of live UHD/HD video, Remote production and monitoring through the Red Bee Media MCR, UHD/HD encoding and transcoding and live and catch-up streams packaged and delivered through OTT. The connectivity is secured by event fiber setup between Red Bee Media’s Hilversum facility and the RAI exhibition centre in Amsterdam.
The Mobile Radio Studio will broadcast, and stream video and audio live from IBC 2018, with interviews and analyses from and about the show. From Friday to Sunday, between 15:00-16:00, Red Bee Media will also host and produce one hour of content, where clients, partners and Red Bee Media staff will be interviewed about topics related to the show as well as the media and broadcasting business in general.
The Mobile Radio Studio is located in Hall 13, stand 11A, the Holland Mezzanine, 1st floor, Entrance C at the RAI Exhibition Centre. To be able to follow the live stream you can go to http://mediapark.nl/IBC/
Red Bee Media Remote Production Services at IBC 2018:
- Delivery of live UHD/HD video (incl. cameras with remote control)
- Global MCR – remote production and monitoring
- UHD / HD Encode and transcoding
- CDN –Live and Catch up streams packaged and delivered to OTT
- Channel Store
- Graphics included remotely
- Live broadcast to SDI and Live streaming to OTT
- Event fiber connectivity between Red Bee Media Hilversum and RAI Amsterdam
For more information please contact
Jesper Wendel, Head of Communications, Red Bee Media
+33(0)786 63 19 21
About Red Bee Media
Red Bee Media is a leading global media services company with more than 2500 media service and broadcast experts, primarily based out of 11 main service hubs around the globe. Every day, millions of people on all continents watch television programs prepared, managed and broadcast by Red Bee Media staff. Every year, the business delivers 4 million hours of programming in more than 60+ languages for over 500 TV channels. Red Bee Media’s OTT services include live transcoding of 233 channels for broadcasters and 119 standalone channels provided to 1.7 million subscribers. The company’s content discovery portfolio spans more than 10 million movies and program titles, covering over 25 languages, and includes an image database covering over 90 percent of all programming available across traditional TV, video on demand (VOD), subscription video on demand (SVOD). Red Bee Media also provides over 200,000 hours of captioning each year – more than 70,000 hours of which is live.