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LiveU's 2014 Highlights
December 30, 2014
LiveU's 2014 Highlights

2014 has been an exciting year here at LiveU. We've released new products, integrated with the cloud, and been a major presence at high profile events around the world. As the year is drawing to a close, we'd like to take a look back at some of the highlights of 2014.

4 Reasons to Hybridize Your ENG Vehicle
December 03, 2014

For many years, satellite trucks have been the go-to method of live broadcasting for newsgathering professionals. As cellular transmission technology has progressed, it has gained popularity and many in the industry have been debating the merits of satellite vs cellular transmission.

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Up, Up and Away!
November 10, 2014

Drone Use Takes Off for Global Broadcasters

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Live from IBC2014
September 15, 2014
Live from IBC2014

IBC 2014 is in full swing in Amsterdam and the LiveU stand has been abuzz with non-stop action.

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LiveU's New Arrival, The LU200
September 11, 2014

At LiveU we have product innovation built into our DNA; we work, eat and sleep with new ideas running through our minds.

“Standing in a category of its own in the broadcast market, LiveU has raised the bar again with a new device that enriches our portfolio and provides even more options for any broadcaster field camera.” -Samuel Wasserman LiveU CEO

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LiveU at IBC2014
August 21, 2014

September 12-16 - Hall 3 Stand B62

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TV Technology's Vendor View
August 13, 2014

Recently TV Technology featured LiveU's own Ronen Artman in their Vendor View piece written by Mark Hallinger. Here are some of  Ronen's thoughts on the trends in the Cellular Broadcasting industry and the IBC show.

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LU500 Put to the Test
July 31, 2014

Operators in the field have been making good use of all the power we were able to pack into the small, lightweight LU500. The new "baby backpack" as many call it, has been seeing non-stop action since its release to the public earlier this year and some of the newest applications have been both inventive and exciting.

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