Live video is getting interactive requiring bidirectional communication with low latency. Companies like Ex Machina, Haivision, nanocosmos, and Wowza—as well as the SRT Alliance—are working on solutions.
The NFL uses SRT to get live feeds from London to their broadcast center. ESPN is helping hundreds of schools broadcast nationally with no further investment in infrastructure. Microsoft produces remote events from anywhere with SRT.
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