Future Trading uses TVU One to deliver a flawless live stream of the Teqball World Cup to over 315,000 viewers

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – December 3, 2018 – TVU Networks, the global technology and innovation leader in live IP video solutions, today explained how its solutions enabled Future Trading to remotely control the live streaming of the recent 2nd Teqball World Cup in Reims, France.

The Teqball World Cup took place on 12th – 13th of October 2018, attracting around 3,000 fans to the stadium in Reims to watch 91 players from 42 countries take part. Future Trading used TVU One to broadcast the competition, reaching to over 315,000 online viewers to date via a dedicated Facebook page.

Teqball, one of the world’s fastest developing sports, played on a curved ping-pong like table requiring football skills. It has attracted support from a number of high-profile international football players and was recommended for inclusion in the Asian Games only three years after the sport was established. With recognition already received from the Olympic Committee of Asia – governing 45 countries from the region – FITEQ, the International Federation for Teqball, has the ambition to have the sport included in the official programme of future Olympic Games.

“For this exciting World Cup competition, our TVU One solution enabled Future Trading in Hungary to remotely control the live streaming of the action to a world-wide audience of over 315,000 through Facebook. For an ambitious sport with fast growing global status like Teqball, being able to provide a global fan-base with high-quality live action is absolutely critical,” said David Jorba, Managing Director Europe at TVU Networks. “With such high- stakes, Future Trading chose TVU solutions, based upon our heritage of reliability and innovation.”

Commenting on the success of the World Cup live streaming Gabor Szanto, Teqball Marketing Director, said: “As many of our fans first discover Teqball online, it’s vital that the online viewing experience is engaging, reliable, great quality, and shows how innovative and exciting Teqball sport is. By working with highly-regarded and leading companies such as TVU Networks and Future Trading, we can guarantee online viewers the best Teqball experience, helping us to continue to grow our sports fanbase globally.”

There were a number of challenges to overcome to ensure a reliable stream for the event, the short preparation timeline, a limited onsite team support in Reims and no additional mobile base stations nearby to secure LTE overage.

However, the team successfully delivered live streaming of the 4-hour event without a single significant loss in quality. The stream from the TVU One pack was managed remotely from a transceiver in Budapest, Hungary. It was then transported to Facebook with the IP Streaming Output software function of the transceiver using six modems of both TVU packs with Hungarian SIM cards with roaming enabled. By connecting the WiFi of the TVU One to the hotspot of the TVU 8200, the remote team was able to simultaneously use 12 LTE modems to reach the internet.

“For a fast-growing sport, coverage of major events like the Teqball World Cup is incredibly important. By deploying TVU’s innovative solutions we solved a number of technical challenges, such as the lack of additional mobile coverage for the event. We are now working closely with TVU to assist with technical guidance for the development of a broadcast reference guide for all Teqball events. This will help ensure that the sport continues to grow by providing its fan-base with high-quality coverage of the action, regardless of location,” said Peter Juhasz, Sales Engineer, Future Trading. Future Trading Ltd is an integrator partner of TVU Networks based in Hungary and the surrounding region. They provide end-to-end streaming / broadcasting services on demand with experienced staff and often work with TVU Networks devices.

IBC 2018: TVU Networks Unveils Innovative Cloud-based, Multi-Camera Production Solution

TVU Producer enables anyone, anywhere to produce professional multi-camera video for output to web and social media platforms

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA– August 29, 2018 – TVU Networks, the global technology and innovation leader in live IP video solutions, today announced that it will debut TVU Producer , its powerful cloud-based video production solution at IBC 2018 (Stand: 2.B28). Part of TVU Network’s range of innovative remote production solutions, TVU Producer enables anyone to produce professional, multi-camera video, eliminating the need for expensive hardware and software or prior training.

Covering a wide range of applications, from live sports events and egames competitions, through to house of worship services and concerts, the simple web-browser interface of TVU Producer enables it to handle any multi-camera production from virtually any location. Producer supports simultaneously output directly to major social media platforms (Facebook Live, YouTube Live, Periscope, etc.), as well as to virtually any CDN platform. SDI delivery is supported through a TVU transceiver and the solution also offers a multi-channel IP video switcher, graphics and slow motion replay capabilities.

Producer’s patent-pending frame-accurate switch technology overcomes the issue of Internet delay, which can impact processes such as switching, enabling frame accurate previews in the web-based interface. Producer also supports multi-user operation enabling a number of production teams to collaborate.

“The consumer appetite for live content is strong, however, the cost and complexity involved in covering live, multi-camera events is often a barrier for content producers; as a result, multi-camera productions are often confined to large premium events,” said Paul Shen, CEO, TVU Networks. “With Producer TVU is providing a flexible, economical and simple to use alternative that can be used by any operator – regardless of training – removing the need for expensive equipment rentals or large headcounts. This is the perfect solution for broadcasters who are under pressure to deliver more and better content with less resources.”

Non-professionals can easily manipulate graphics, scoring and text overlays during production, thanks to the simple WYSIWYG interface design. Producer integrates with existing TVU transmitters, including TVU Anywhere , TVU One and TVU MLink , as well as with any IP video source or any standard IP video stream (HTTP, RTP, RTSP, UDP, etc.). Up to six live streams an easily be added at any time directly from the Producer interface and any user of an iOS, Android or MacOS device can be added as a live video source within seconds by downloading the TVU Anywhere application.

Producer will be demonstrated at IBC 2018 alongside the innovative Artificial Intelligence (AI) driven TVU MediaMind Platform. At the core of the MediaMind is TVU’s unique metadata-driven workflow engine, which potentially changes how content can be produced and consumed.

TVU Networks has over 2,500 customers in more than 85 countries. The TVU Networks family of IP transmission and live production solutions gives broadcasters and organizations a powerful and reliable workflow to distribute live video content to broadcast, online and mobile platforms. TVU has become a critical part of the operations of many major media companies. The TVU Networks suite of solutions has been used to acquire, transmit, produce, manage and distribute professional-quality live IP HD footage as an integral part of news, sports and major global events.

IBC 2018: TVU Networks MediaMind Platform gives AI turbo boost to how operators Get, Make and Share live video

Automated AI workflow platform delivers next generation metadata driven acquisition, production and distribution for video content

BARCELONA – July 17, 2018 – TVU Networks, the global technology and innovation leader in live IP video solutions, today announced that visitors to its IBC stand (2.B28) will be able to see a sweep of innovative live video solutions, including the Artificial Intelligence driven TVU MediaMind Platform, which potentially changes how content can be produced and consumed.

The core of the MediaMind Platform is TVU’s unique metadata-driven workflow engine. Combining real-time speech, object and face recognition with TVU’s real-time search engine, users are able to find the video assets most relevant to the story which they are covering. With its open API, TVU MediaMind Platform is able to integrate with many solutions from its partners, including Panasonic and Associated Press ENPS. As part of the newly formed Enabled Media Symposium, TVU has collaborated with a group of major industry vendors and broadcasters to further the AI application in video production process.

“At IBC we will be demonstrating solutions that deliver real ROI benefits today, as well as pointing towards an AI-led future for broadcast acquisition, production and distribution,” said Paul Shen, CEO of TVU Networks. “We look forward to demonstrating at IBC how our customers can embrace the exciting AI-driven changes that are about to revolutionize the media industry.”

The TVU IBC 2018 booth is designed to showcase TVU’s industry leading capabilities in the following areas:

Get: Demonstrating intelligent media acquisition. Products on show include: the industry leading field transmitter TVU One, which supports HEVC and utilizes TVU’s patented Inverse IS+ (StatMux Plus) transmission algorithm to transmit HD quality video with half-second latency; the TVU MLink cellular 3G/4G LTE, satellite and microwave live video uplink transmitter; the TVU Router, a portable broadband Internet access point that can provide over 200Mbps of secure, reliable, high-speed wireless Internet connectivity anywhere and the TVU Anywhere mobile app, to contribute content using a smartphone with turbo-boosted connectivity through bonding Wifi and cellular, enabling broadcasters to work anywhere without sacrificing the benefits of the studio. These solutions were deployed by hundreds of broadcasters at this summer’s’ major football tournament, as well as enabling VR 360 video coverage of the Congressional Cup yacht race and footage from a motorbike and a taxi for France Televisions coverage of the Prince Harry and Meghan Markle wedding. TVU CAS, as part of the TVU MediaMind platform, automates the entire acquisition process. It integrates with all the discrete workflow and functional modules, to create a seamless and automated acquisition process. This ensures all the video assets are produced timely and made available to rest of the production process automatically.

Make: Solutions include cloud-based and remote production demonstrations featuring TVU Producer, a cloud-based live event production system that minimizes the complexity and cost of covering live video events from any location and the TVU Remote Production System, best cost-efficient solution on the market capable of synchronizing up to 6 HD SDI signals over the standard internet without any OB vans, ideal for second and third football leagues tournaments.

Share: This section of the TVU IBC stand shows how to stream, distribute and monetize video through its innovative video marketplace, TVU Grid, that enables broadcasters to acquire live video from different sources and seamlessly distribute it to thousand Grid-enabled locations, as exemplified by major US broadcast networks such as CNN, which uses TVU Grid to make live video accessible to selected TV station partners.

Making Solid Connections from Remote, War-Torn and Storm-Affected Locations by Leveraging Proven Internet Technology

Samaritan’s Purse Delivers Time-Critical Video Communication using Combined Connectivity and Transmission Strength of TVU Router and TVU One

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – July 9, 2018 – Based in Boone, North Carolina, the video division of international relief organization, Samaritan’s Purse travels to the furthest corners of the world to chronicle the organization’s aid to victims of war, disease, disaster, poverty, famine and persecution. Producing videos from the locations and distributing them immediately keep those affected by devastating events top of mind during and beyond the traditional news coverage.

Delivering large video files quickly from often remote places torn apart by hurricanes, floods, and war has never been simple for Samaritan’s Purse. Internet connections, if they exist, are usually spotty at best. Uploading large files from these locations can be next to impossible.

“We have to produce our content quickly,” said Ben Cranor, Engineering Manager of the Broadcast Department of Samaritan’s Purse. “While events are in the news cycle, we need to communicate immediately ways in which people can help.”

While searching for ways to solve their uploading issues, Cranor and his team discovered TVU Networks’ TVU Router. TVU Router is a software option on the TVU One live mobile IP newsgathering transmitter that delivers high bandwidth Internet connectivity – up to 200Mbps – from practically anywhere. It provides high speed, two-way data transmission connection for transferring and receiving files, video streaming, and web browsing from a laptop or smart mobile device. TVU One with HEVC compression can deliver HD quality video with half-second latency at 3Mbps. It can transmit simultaneously over multiple mediums, including cellular, microwave, satellite, BGAN, WiFi and Ethernet.

“Now, we can upload video footage from places where, normally, we’d have little to no Internet, where it would be difficult at best to get a large, video file back to home base,” added Cranor.

TVU Router is also used any time a critical upload is expected. For example, when the organization is making a statement from a site with limited internet capability that will be dispersed on social media, TVU Router is used to insure the communication is delivered reliably online.

TVU Router has also proved invaluable in less remote locations. During a large event in a major city in the U.S., Samaritan’s Purse used TVU Router to supply Internet access to its technical team to save costs for high fees for Internet access.

“TVU Router has been a huge time save and stress reliever during crucial upload times,” explained Cranor. “At the very least, we’re able to increase our upload speed. But more than that, we can upload files from places we’d normally not be able to send anything at all. In some locations, the cell networks work adequately, but getting Internet with plugged-in Ethernet connectivity is impossible. With TVU Router, we’re able to use a combination of existing cell networks and several SIM cards to get a connection to send very large files very quickly.”

According to Cranor, the system has been plug-and-play. Once the unit is turned on, they begin uploading files. When they’ve required any configuration from the field, Cranor reports that TVU customer service responded and fixed issues over the phone immediately.

Cranor and his team have been impressed with the improvements in terms of bandwidth and stability to TVU Router over the course of the past year. “We can’t wait to see even more increased transfer speeds and additional functions in the future.”

TVU Networks has over 2,500 customers in more than 85 countries. The TVU Networks family of IP transmission and live production solutions gives broadcasters and organizations a powerful and reliable workflow to distribute live video content to broadcast, online and mobile platforms. TVU has become a critical part of the operations of many major media companies. The TVU Networks suite of solutions has been used to acquire, transmit, produce, manage and distribute professional-quality live IP HD footage as an integral part of news, sports and major global events.

Seven Network Australia Provides In-Depth, Live Coverage of Premier Sporting Events with TVU Networks’ Transmitters, Receivers and Mobile App

Extensive Deployment of TVU Live Video Streaming Gear Enables Network to
Cover Olympic and Commonwealth Games in South Korea and Australia

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – June 26, 2018 – The Seven Network, Australia’s number one free-to-air
TV network, deployed its fleet of
TVU Networks’ receivers and mobile IP transmitters for
several high-profile, live sporting events, including the Winter and Paralympic Games from
PyeongChang and the 2018 Commonwealth Games which were hosted in Australia. Seven’s
large fleet of TVU units also regularly provides live IP video streaming daily for local and
international news coverage, the network’s popular “Sunrise” morning show, the Melbourne
Cup, the Australian Football League and more.

With a large number of Australian athletes at the Winter Games, Paralympic Games and
Commonwealth Games, (60 at the Winter and Paralympic Games and 469 at the
Commonwealth Games), Seven wanted to maximize live coverage of Australian athletes and
their families before, during and after the events. TVU receivers and mobile IP transmitters
were used extensively to provide live and replay interviews of athletes and family members as
well as transmit color commentary during live competitions. TVU units also transmitted live cutins
from Seven’s News and “Sunrise” programs throughout the duration of the events.

Additionally, the TVU Anywhere app was used during the Winter Games and the
Commonwealth Games to provide live coverage of athletes travelling via bus on their way to
the opening ceremony and their events.

“With the TVU units and mobile apps, we could really localize our live coverage in a number of
ways,” said Seven Network’s Telecommunications Manager Dave Watts. “Without the TVU
technology, we would not have been able to produce live reporting that was constant and so indepth.
It truly added a whole new level to these events this year.”

For the Winter Olympics, Seven used a total of six TVU mobile IP transmitters, including the
award-winning TVU One. At the International Broadcast Center (IBC), Seven had two TVU
receive channels to receive production and news streams. For the Paralympics, Seven used the
TVU One for live coverage of the event. All live transmissions for the Paralympics were sent
directly to TVU Receivers at Seven’s main master control room in Melbourne.

Throughout the games, the cellular coverage in PyeongChang was solid, with adequate
coverage throughout the area. To avoid high cell charges while waiting for live interviews to
begin, Seven used TVU’s Economy Preview mode to reduce bandwidth. Economy Preview
provides a low-resolution preview of the live shot with audio at a fixed latency until the video is
ready to go on-air in full HD.

“Preview mode was a big cost saver for us,” said Dave Watts. “It worked really well. Many times
we didn’t know exactly when the interview would occur. Our control room monitored the live
shot without using unnecessary data, and we never lost one frame of video.”

For the Commonwealth Games, Seven served as the Australian broadcast rights-holder, using a
total of 16 TVU transmitters. For this event, live shots were received at both the IBC (where
Seven had four TVU Transceiver decoders) and at the main Sydney Seven News master control
room. Seven also deployed TVU transmitters for support coverage during the event, including
one live shot from a primary school that an Australian Commonwealth athlete attended.

“The way in which the Seven Network combined our technology is a powerful case study for
just how easy it is for broadcasters to improve their live sports coverage,” said Matt McEwen,
VP of Product Management at TVU Networks. “They used several tools in a cohesive workflow
designed to strengthen the connection between the viewer and live programming. We’re
thrilled when we see what the Seven Network has accomplished with our gear.”

TVU Networks has over 2,500 customers in more than 85 countries. The TVU Networks family
of IP transmission and live production solutions gives broadcasters and organizations a
powerful and reliable workflow to distribute live video content to broadcast, online and mobile
platforms. TVU has become a critical part of the operations of many major media companies.
The TVU Networks suite of solutions has been used to acquire, transmit, produce, manage and
distribute professional-quality live IP HD footage as an integral part of news, sports and major
global events.

Serbian Media Company Adds Mobile IP Transmitters to Keep Pace with Viewers Growing Consumption of Live News Online and On-Air

Two New TVU One Units with HEVC Bring Number of TVU Transmitters to Six at Belgrade’s B92 Television

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – January 3, 2017 – Based on the success of its daily live news feed operations, Serbian media company TV Prva/B92/02 (B92), with headquarters in Belgrade, has added two TVU One mobile IP transmitters with HEVC compression to its TVU Networks newsgathering equipment arsenal, bringing the total number of TVU transmitters at B92 Television to six.

Founded in 1989 as a youth radio station, B92 now includes a national radio, television network and a highly trafficked news and entertainment programming website. B92 Television is one of the fastest growing TV outlets in the country, currently ranked third most popular station among its target audience (18 to 49-year-old viewers). The B92.net site averages roughly three million views per day. The organization has won several, prestigious international awards for journalism and human rights advocacy.

“With the growing popularity of our news coverage both online and on-air, we knew we had to upgrade our ability to deliver even more, remote live news for on-air broadcast and streamed to the website,” said Mr. Vladimir Indjic, CTO, TV B92. “We’ve always been impressed with the stability and IS+ technology in our TVU units, along with the company’s 24/7 customer support. Now, with HEVC compression, we’ll be able to produce even higher picture quality at a lower bit rate, which means more live shots and file transfers from the field. TVU continually updates the features in their solutions to give us more of what we need to set ourselves apart as providers of the best live video news coverage in our region.”

The two new TVU One mobile transmitters with HEVC will be used in conjunction with the networks’ four TVUPack’s purchased in 2012. B92 Television will use all six TVU transmitters for live feeds every day.

Belgrade-based broadcast systems integration firm Amisys consulted with B92 executives on the selection of the TVU One units and were instrumental in the decision-making process, training staff, and ensuring a smooth transition so the network could be up and running quickly.

The TVU One with HEVC cellular mobile solution uses both HEVC video compression and TVU’s patented Inverse Statmux Plus (IS+) transmission algorithm – which transmits HD-quality video with half-second latency at 3Mbps. It’s available with embedded modems and can transmit simultaneously over multiple mediums, including cellular, microwave, satellite, BGAN, WiFi and Ethernet.
“B92 Television has a very young and urban viewership, so it’s essential that they stay current and provide the latest news and programming exactly as it’s happening with absolute reliability and top-notch quality,” said Paul Shen, CEO, TVU Networks. “There’s zero room for error. Thankfully, HEVC compression is much more efficient, particularly when combined with our IS+ technology. By taking advantage of both, the TVU One with HEVC sets a new standard for latency of just a half second at 3Mbps – even in situations where transmission is being done from inside a moving vehicle. It uses less data, with less overhead and performs with even greater stability than ever before.”
Weighing just 2.2 pounds, TVU One with HEVC offers a robust set of functions designed to fit the needs of any size live video broadcaster. It delivers industry-leading video transmission resiliency and high-definition picture quality within an ultra-compact and rugged hardware chassis. With TVU One with HEVC, broadcasters can fully leverage the versatility of a small, lightweight, IP-based high-definition video field transmitter without sacrificing performance, features or picture quality.

Already in use by hundreds of leading broadcast organizations around the world, the TVU Networks family of IP transmission solutions give broadcasters and organizations a powerful and reliable tool to distribute live video content to broadcast, online and mobile platforms. The TVU Networks suite of solutions has been used to deliver professional-quality live HD footage of a number of important events around the world including the World Cup, both Summer and Winter Olympic Games, U.S. presidential elections, natural disasters, the 2013 Papal conclave, the Super Bowl, the 2015 Papal visit to the United States and several international sporting events. For more information about TVU Networks solutions, please visit www.tvunetworks.com.

Korean Christian Broadcaster CBS Relies on TVU One Mobile IP Live Video Transmitter to Extend Its Audience Reach

The multimedia group is using the TVU IP based solution to share live content on different platforms including social media

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – December 6, 2017 – Since airing as the first independent radio station
in South Korea in 1954, CBS has developed a long-standing reputation of broadcasting high-
quality news and entertainment content. Its nationwide radio network has since expanded into
14 branches, and in 2002, the broadcaster began its own Christian television station. Committed
to producing high-quality content for all forms of mass communication, earlier this year CBS had
been looking for a solution that would enable its news team to transmit reliable HD quality
video in the field for publishing on its social media channels and website. The multimedia group
found what it was looking for in TVU Networks, and CBS recently purchased the TVU Networks’
TVU One mobile IP video transmitter.

“We chose TVU Networks because their easy-to- use IP transmitter delivers the best picture
quality and most reliable transmission in the industry,” said Sang Hwan Lee, Deputy Manager,
Digital Engineering Department, CBS. “CBS prides itself on being the leading broadcaster of
Christian content in Korea – from original programs and sermons, to specials and teachings. Our
diverse mission programs have fostered the growth of the Korean church. We’re using our new
TVU One to reach more people and better connect with our audience. With TVU’s integrated
solution, we’re able to capture and transmit video for broadcast and for sharing on social media
platforms, including Facebook and YouTube, as well as for live streaming content.”

CBS’ news department is using the TVU One for production of its real-time news show, Daily
Nocutnews, from the field. TVU One is helping CBS easily create video content that appeals to its
mobile and web viewing audience, in addition to traditional broadcasting viewership. CBS
provides programs via cable and satellite to the Korean peninsula and other parts of East Asia.

“We’re very pleased that CBS has chosen our flagship IP video transmitter, TVU One, to improve
its operations,” said Paul Shen, CEO, TVU Networks. “Being able to share news and events online
in real-time gives CBS a whole new way to strengthen its viewership.”

Featuring the company’s patented Inverse Statmux Plus (IS+) transmission algorithm, the award-
winning TVU One delivers high-definition picture quality with 0.5 second latency at 3Mbps
within an ultra compact and rugged hardware design. It uses HEVC/H.265 compression standard
to deliver greater efficiency in data use and increased transmission stability, and can transmit
simultaneously over multiple mediums, including cellular, microwave, satellite, BGAN, WiFi and
Ethernet. With TVU One, CBS can fully leverage the versatility of a small, lightweight, IP-based
high-definition video field transmitter without sacrificing performance, features or picture quality.

Already in use by hundreds of leading broadcast organizations around the world, the TVU
Networks family of IP transmission solutions give broadcasters and organizations a powerful and
reliable tool to distribute live video content to broadcast, online and mobile platforms. The TVU
Networks suite of solutions has been used to deliver professional-quality live HD footage of a
number of important events around the world including the World Cup, both Summer and
Winter Olympic Games, U.S. presidential elections, natural disasters, the 2013 Papal conclave,
the Super Bowl, the 2015 Papal visit to the United States and several international sporting
events. For more information about TVU Networks solutions, please visit
www.tvunetworks.com.

2017 Year-in- Review: TVU Networks Accelerates Innovation in IP Video Technology and Worldwide Company Growth

Company launches new transformative products and technology while increasing its global presence

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – December 4, 2017 – Heading into the end of a year filled with the most
technical development and global expansion it’s seen thus far, TVU Networks shares its annual
year-in- review, detailing the company’s growth as a market leader in video-over- IP technology.

“Our focus remains on constant innovation within the industries we serve as we increase our
presence around the world,” said Paul Shen, CEO, TVU Networks. “Our latest solutions were
designed with our customers’ needs in mind even as we were committed to developing reliable,
efficient and effective IP video technology. In addition, we were able to deliver world-class
customer support throughout the year whenever and wherever we were needed.”

Added Shen, “We are carrying the momentum we gained this year into all aspects of our 2018
product, services and technology development. And as we continue to help our customers meet
their challenges and needs in IP video in 2018, we will also continue to expand the TVU brand
globally.”

TVU Networks was recognized with numerous industry awards for its new products this year. At
NAB, TVU Network’s TVU One with HEVC received NewBay’s Best of Show Award from TV
Technology, while TVU Producer won NewBay’s Best of Show Award from Video Edge. At IBC
2017, TVU was awarded with a Best of Show Award from TVBEurope for TVU Router. TVU’s CEO
Paul Shen was also chosen by TV Technology as a recipient of the NewBay Industry Innovator
Awards for his innovation and excellence in the broadcast and media technology industry. TVU
was also recognized as a leading manufacturer in the online video space by Streaming Media
Magazine, making the publication’s annual 2017 Streaming Media 100 list for the third
consecutive year.

TVU Networks provided essential support this year to its customers during a wide variety of
events, from Super Bowl 51, NFL regular season coverage, and racecar driver Devin O’Connell’s
live race streaming, to Kenya and South Korea’s presidential election coverage, and Hurricane
Harvey coverage by Texas-based broadcasters in the midst of the storm.

With a commitment to global expansion, the company welcomed several new personnel to its
sales team in places like Thailand, Australia, Germany and Korea. To better serve its growing
customer base as TVU continued to experience worldwide company growth, the company
expanded its sales team across the globe. TVU welcomed Dave Demmocks as its Director of Sales in Australia and New Zealand, Marc Derks as Sales Director for Benelux, Scandinavia, and
Germany, Roberto Musso as Sales Director in Italy, Johnny Ha as its Sales Director in Korea, and
Abdalla Elhag as its East and Central Africa Sales Director. Internationally, the company also
hired Tankhun Intaraphan as its Sales Manager in Thailand. Within the U.S., TVU welcomed
Marcel Fontaine as its Southwestern Senior Sales Executive and Tyson Atherholt as its Northeast
Region Senior Sales Executive.

2017 saw TVU Networks expand its line of end-to- end IP-based ecosystem of hardware and
software products, workflows and services designed for live video acquisition, production and
operational efficiency. The company introduced several new products, including an award-
winning new version of its flagship TVU One mobile IP newsgathering transmitter that features
H.265/HEVC video compression standard support; TVU Router, which delivers high-speed
Internet connectivity remotely; TVU Transcriber for AI-based audio to text transcription and TVU
TimeLock for wireless, remote production.

Weighing just 2.2 pounds, TVU One with HEVC cellular mobile solution uses both HEVC video
compression and TVU’s patented Inverse Statmux Plus (IS+) transmission algorithm – which
transmits HD quality video with half-second latency. TVU One with HEVC is available with
embedded modems and can transmit simultaneously over multiple connections, including
cellular, microwave, satellite, BGAN, WiFi, and Ethernet. Customers of TVU One with HEVC
include the Seoul Broadcasting System (SBS), who recently purchased units for its news bureaus
in Tokyo, Paris, Los Angeles, New York, and Washington D.C., and the New York bureau of TBS
and RKB Mainichi Broadcasting Corp. (RKB) – a sub key station of the TBS network based in
Fukuoka, Japan.

TVU Networks also recently introduced its new TVU Transcriber service and TVU TimeLock
technology. TVU TimeLock enables multiple TVU One units to synchronize together at a set
latency, allowing mobile and wireless At-home/REMI productions without being tethered. Entire
remote events can be produced from a control room in a separate location using TVU One with
TVU TimeLock technology to provide frame synchronization. TVU Transcriber is an audio to text
transcribing service that uses voice recognition technology to output text to a file format from
an audio input source for auditing purposes, or embed text into a video stream for closed or
open captioning. Other products introduced by TVU Networks in 2017 include TVU Router,
which provides over 200Mbps of Internet connectivity from virtually any remote location and
acts as a network accelerator, and TVU Producer – a web-based application for producing live
content for social media.

Shen concluded, “We’re thrilled with our overall growth in 2017, and we strive to push the live
video industry forward even more so next year and further into the future.“

Already in use by hundreds of leading broadcast organizations around the world, the TVU
Networks family of IP transmission solutions give broadcasters and organizations a powerful and
reliable tool to distribute live video content to broadcast, online and mobile platforms. The TVU Networks suite of solutions has been used to deliver professional-quality live HD footage of a
number of important events around the world including the World Cup, both Summer and
Winter Olympic Games, U.S. presidential elections, natural disasters, the 2013 Papal conclave,
the Super Bowl, the 2015 Papal visit to the United States and several international sporting
events. For more information about TVU Networks solutions, please visit
www.tvunetworks.com.

NAB Show New York: TVU Networks’ New TVU Transcriber Solution and TimeLock Technology to Make U.S. Debut

MOUNTAIN VIEW, CA – October 17, 2017 – At the upcoming NAB Show New York, TVU Networks will showcase its latest IP video solutions and innovations, including the brand new TVU Transcriber service and TVU TimeLock technology, along with the TVU One with HEVC mobile IP transmitter and TVU RPS (Remote Production System). Taking place October 18-19 at the Javits Convention Center, TVU Networks will exhibit in booth N836.

“We enjoy exhibiting at NAB New York because it’s a chance to connect with many local attendees that haven’t made it to other recent shows, such as IBC,” said Eric Chang, VP of Marketing, TVU Networks. “TVU Networks is committed to innovation in live IP video, and we look forward to unveiling our latest technologies at the show.”

As part of the company’s commitment to expanding its At-home/REMI (remote-integration model) remote production solution offerings, TVU is unveiling its new TimeLock technology – which enables multiple TVU Transmitters to synchronize together at a set latency, allowing mobile and wireless At-home/REMI productions without being tethered. Multiple camera crews can roam throughout a production area covering live events and transmit to standard TVU Transceivers, which output synchronized SDI or IP outputs. TVU TimeLock enables entire remote events to be produced from a control room in a separate location.

TVU TimeLock joins TVU RPS in the company’s remote production solution offerings. TVU RPS provides an alternative for live remote synchronized multi-camera coverage for news and sports. Instead of having to rely on expensive on-location production trucks and large production crews, TVU RPS allows broadcasters to leverage their existing studio control room infrastructure to deliver frame accurate, genlocked and synchronized multi-camera remote production. TVU RPS features an easy-to-use web interface for monitoring and controlling all aspects of the transmission, including real-time previews of all channels, current bit-rate and latency.

Also to be introduced for the first time in the U.S. is TVU Transcriber, an AI-based audio to text transcribing service. Using voice recognition technology, the service provides the option to output text to a file format from an audio input source for auditing purposes or embed text into a video stream for closed or open captioning. TVU Transcriber can be purchased standalone or added as an option to TVU Transceivers.

TVU Networks will also showcase its TVU One live mobile IP newsgathering transmitter with integrated HEVC compression standard. Featuring the company’s patented Inverse Statmux Plus (IS+) transmission algorithm, TVU One can deliver HD quality video with half-second latency at 3Mbps – even in a fast-moving vehicle. It’s available with embedded modems and can transmit simultaneously over multiple mediums, including cellular, microwave, satellite, BGAN, WiFi and Ethernet. Currently available for purchase, TVU One with HEVC is a finalist in this year’s Streaming Media Readers’ Choice Awards in the cellular bonding solution category.

Already in use by hundreds of leading broadcast organizations around the world, the TVU Networks family of IP transmission solutions give broadcasters and organizations a powerful and reliable tool to distribute live video content to broadcast, online and mobile platforms. The TVU Networks suite of solutions has been used to deliver professional-quality live HD footage of a number of important events around the world including the World Cup, both Summer and Winter Olympic Games, U.S. presidential elections, natural disasters, the 2013 Papal conclave, the Super Bowl, the 2015 Papal visit to the United States and several international sporting events. For more information about TVU Networks solutions, please visit www.tvunetworks.com.