Broadcast Tech & Engineering News – Dejero supports first all-remote multi-sport production

Dejero supported Quality, joint host broadcaster for the XII South American Games in Asunción, Paraguay, as they made television history with the first ever all-remote multi-sport production. The XII South American Games, which ran from Oct. 1-15, involved 4,526 athletes and 53 sports. Quality deployed more than 90 cameras to capture live sports in various arenas and other locations across the city with each camera connected to a Dejero EnGo LTE mobile transmitter that dynamically manages fluctuating bandwidth, packet loss, and latency differences in real-time to simultaneously combined multiple IP connections. 

 

François Bourdua

SMPTE has announced the results of its 2022 Society Elections and introduced the board officers and regional governors who will begin serving terms in January 2023. Renard T. Jenkins of Warner Bros. Discovery has been elected SMPTE president, Richard Welsh of Deluxe Media Inc. as SMPTE executive vice president, Michael Zink of Warner Bros. Discovery as SMPTE education vice president, and Lisa Hobbs of MediaKind as SMPTE secretary/treasurer, all for two-year terms. They join 2022-23 officers Hans Hoffmann (past president), Sally Hattori (standards vice president), Paul Stechly (finance vice president), and Rose Lockwood (membership vice president). New SMPTE Regional Governors for the two-year 2023-24 term include Canada Region representative François Bourdua, Consultant, VS-Tek, Strategies & Technologies. Read more here.