Talent can set up production and begin streaming by themselves with the tech
Timeline TV has launched remote broadcast app Stream Anywhere, which can help production to film and broadcast remotely.
Stream Anywhere allows broadcast quality pictures and audio to be delivered to audiences using cellular or Wi-Fi connections.
Timeline engineers can remotely colour matchrack, zoom in and out and control the audio. Meanwhile, the production team are able to produce remotely from Timeline’s Ealing Broadcast Centre, their own production facility or their own home.
Production staff at home have remote producer stations with the programme and multi-viewer streams and options of both hardware and software talkback panels.
The application is installed on an iPhone and sent to talent along with a microphone, film lights, talkback, and an iPad for reverse vision. This kit should take less than 20 minutes to assemble, and there is virtual assistance from Timeline’s engineers if needed.
The kit has already been used on a number of high-profile shows, including Channel 4’s Sunday Brunch, BBC’s Gareth Malone The Choir, and BT Sport’s Football’s Not On.