August 18, 2010 by staff
Komo 4, July 15, 2010 – KOMO 4 News, the Seattle ABC affiliate Subsidiary Fisher, became the first news station to use Streambox Avenir live in the air. Avenir Streambox is an HD / SD Broadcasting device that lets users send live video and archive based in hard to reach the satellite trucks can not go. The device can route live video through the Streambox Server Live on the air or listen to the live broadcast. With battery power and the ability to link up to eight 3G/4G wireless data cards, which displayed KOMO Avenir is the ideal solution for the field collection of news and information on breaking news is happening.
KOMO 4 was in place using a local history Avenir Seattle bridge when it received notice of a burning truck on I-5. The headquarters of the company’s truck was a few blocks from where he had been filming on the bridge KOMO, so he decided KOMO there was a need for an emergency relocation. Within minutes, the crew gave Avenir KOMO ability to reach the building, set up and begin to see the broadcast breaking news before other news stations could set up their trucks and satellite feeds.
Rapidly deployed, Avenir captured the breaking news. Since the unit is enabled with 3G connection no need for a satellite truck and crew arrived on the scene immediately after receiving the assignment.
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