Case Study: How BBC Studios Leveraged the Cloud for SRT Distribution of Her Majesty the Queen’s Funeral
Originally Aired - Saturday, April 15 | 1:30 PM - 1:50 PM PT
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On September 19, 2022, the BBC was planning on televising the Queen’s funeral across the U.K. through its BBC One broadcast television network. However, BBC Studios required a quick, cost-effective, and easy-to-deploy service to deliver live feeds to new international rights holders with limited or non-existent satellite links.
In this real-world application, attendees will discover:
- How cloud-based contribution and primary distribution offer an affordable alternative and/or complementary workflow to satellite-based media transport
- How an SRT streaming platform and high-quality, low-latency encoder combination enables quick-to-deploy, same-day cloud-based contribution workflows
- How to distribute and transmit SRT-enabled feeds—including backup and redundant paths—to multiple globe endpoints
- How to benefit from a cloud-based platform for easy and cost-effective monitoring of global SRT distribution networks