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Broadcasters cover the storm from the epicenter using LiveU technology
The Weather Channel, CNN, FOX, MSNBC, NBC, and CBS (and many more!) have been covering Hurricane Irma like never before. And these types of live accounts of the storm would have never been possible with traditional broadcasting methods like Satellite. At the end of the day, it is unprecedented being able to cover a storm like this from the epicenter – both in terms of being able to afford to have so many reporters and because there would have been no way to cover it with traditional SAT.
Did you know?
Over 200 LiveU units were in use - simultaneously broadcasting throughout Hurricane Irma.
LiveU had rental units and personnel at the scene to support customers through the whole path of the hurricane from Dominican Republic to Puerto Rico and Florida.
More continuous live data through LiveU Cenral than during the U.S. Presidenial Election!
The combination of cellular infrastructure and LiveU proved stable - even in conditions of this magnitude!