Live broadcasting and streaming

Live broadcasting is an important aspect of today’s TV and internet industry. This is achieved by employing virtually zero-delay systems to transmit the current event in real time. While the event may not have huge physical attendance, its live broadcast may easily reach the world, attracting huge audiences.

During the past five years GFM Studio has established itself one of the leaders in providing live broadcasting services.  Our portfolio includes live transmission of events of all sorts and types, including:

  • Political shows
  • Conferences
  • International forums
  • TV shows
  • Concerts
  • Company showcases
  • Corporate events
  • Anniversary events
  • Business meetings
  • Lectures

We also have a special expertise in broadcasting sports games, giving transmitted up to 450 sports matches during the past years, such as:

  • Football
  • Basketball
  • Futsal
  • Water Polo
  • Fencing
  • Gymnastics
  • Ski Competitions

The number of live football broadcasts conducted by GFM Studio exceeds 370.

We have worked with notable international sports organizations, including  UEFA, FIBA, etc.

The studio is equipped with three mobile broadcast stations, equipped with modern gear, including high-resolution cameras and numerous capabilities of graphics overlay, signal previewing, audio overlay, master signal recording (Full HD, 4K), as well as separate signal recording for post-editing.

Our systems allow large distance transmission of camera signal, backed by  optical-fiber connection. The broadcast director has a two-way communication with the camera crew to ensure robust workflow.

Aside from TV transmission, online streaming is actively gaining ground, with increased audience reach worldwide and reduced costs.  The method allows live broadcasting and simultaneously recording signal on popular platforms, such as YouTube, Facebook or other compatible services.

Aside from live viewing the audience can directly rewind the recording. Our system allows simulcasting to various platforms, as well as simultaneous recording for post-editing in original as well as compressed resolutions.

The number of cameras can range between 1 and 10.

During live satellite and internet broadcasts we usually employ additional equipment, such as cranes, steadicams, drones, dollies, etc. We also allow multi language broadcasting, allowing delivery of original sound along simultaneous commentary in various languages.

We have always found solutions to complex technical challenges.