Our first paper describes those tools using three relevant use-cases: TV and Radio services over LTE-based 5G Terrestrial Broadcast, Broadband-Broadcast seamless switching and Broadcast-on-Demand.
Our second paper investigates live, multi-camera production built on a 5G standalone non-public network. It discusses the interoperability challenges with existing equipment and presents solutions, as well as highlighting the additional event coverage a wireless IP based network approach could bring.
This session is also supported by two further papers: RAI explores mobile live event capture in its paper, using a hybrid 4G/5G and traditional radio link approach. Whilst Anri Consulting presents trial results of using FeMBMS (further evolved multimedia broadcast multicast service) for live, multi-angle high-definition streaming in sports stadia.
Frédéric Gabin, Director 5G Technology & Standards Strategy - Dolby
Daniel Silhavy, Project Manager - Fraunhofer FOKUS
Ian Wagdin, Senior Technology Transfer Manager - BBC
Peter Brightwell, Senior R&D Engineer - BBC
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