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30.11.2018
First live 5G broadcast by EE

BT Group's EE and BT Sport has demonstrated the first live broadcast with remote production over 5G – an approach BT Sport will use to increase the coverage available to viewers with more matches and faster highlights.

The final of the FA-recognised EE Wembley Cup 2018 will be the world's first live sporting event to be broadcast over 5G using remote production. The event, featuring YouTube's biggest footballers alongside international football legends, will be broadcast over EE's 5G network live from Wembley Stadium on the channel of YouTube star Spencer Owen (Hashtag United) at 2pm on Sunday 25th November 2018.

Building to the hotly anticipated live final, EE and BT Sport have today partnered to showcase the capability by delivering a live, two-way broadcast over 5G from Wembley Stadium to London's ExCeL Exhibition Centre. The live broadcast trial was hosted by BT Sport presenters Matt Smith and Abi Stephens.

The broadcast was carried over 5G in Wembley Stadium, and then produced remotely by the BT Sport production crew at BT Sport's base in Stratford, East London. EE will be continuing the rollout of 5G in Wembley Stadium throughout 2019. EE recently launched 5G trials in London and announced plans to rollout 5G to 16 cities across the UK in 2019.

For broadcasters, EE will deploy 5G network slicing technology to create a broadcast grade network providing the guaranteed latency, bandwidth and quality required for live broadcast. 5G will enable broadcasters to send match footage back to base within minutes, opening up more coverage possibilities and reducing costs by reducing the number of technicians required at each game. By adding 5G to EE's award-winning 4G network, EE is creating a more reliable data connection even in the biggest crowds.Adding 5G to EE's 4G network will increase reliability and speeds, and keep customers all connected where they need it most.

Source EE; viewed: 67 times.

By:
Monika Krasicka-Kulińska

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Adam Łukowski




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