LTN Global, the global leader in broadcast-quality IP video transport solutions, is providing transmission services for video covering opening and closing bells, floor activity, and other financial news taking place at the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Global broadcasters and business news channels also can book live shots for their reporters on the exchange floor and then use the LTN Portal and LTN Network to route feeds to the appropriate destination for broadcast.
"By working with LTN, we've made the NYSE more accessible as a source for highly sought-after financial news content throughout the business world," said Ian Wolff, manager, Broadcast/AV Services at the NYSE. "LTN's fully managed network and intuitive client portal make it easy for broadcasters everywhere to book NYSE content and provide it to their viewers."
LTN gear installed on site supports the multicast of the NYSE channel to any broadcaster across LTN's worldwide network of media organizations. Broadcasters that cover the activities of the NYSE can simply request LTN through the NYSE master control room and manage IP-based transport of their own live feeds through the LTN Portal.
LTN's fully managed, IP-based media delivery service offers the NYSE and other customers guaranteed SLAs for high-reliability, low-latency, professional broadcast-quality transmission. The LTN Network is built on thousands of directly connected sites, and it is trusted around the world by major broadcasters, affiliates, and studios for full-time and occasional-use contribution and distribution over linear and digital networks.
"Our unique, patented technology leverages the power and flexibility of IP-based transport to support agile transmission services without sacrificing convenience, quality, or reliability," said Chris Myers, executive vice president and chief revenue officer at LTN Global. "We're excited to offer media organizations a new cost-effective transmission solution from such a newsworthy institution as the NYSE."