The prestigious Somaliland National Television SLNTV has been using customised live broadcasting solutions from Quicklink to film Live events. Head of Satellite Department Ahmed Mohamed Arahman has been using multiple Quicklink products that collectively bought him a live broadcasting package. He explains that this was due to the amazing quality live transmissions that were reliably achieved. Ahmed explains:

“We use Quicklink to transmit broadcast quality visuals to all news and TV programs as a live stream. We could not do our Live streaming today if it wasn’t for Quicklink. We are extremely pleased and much appreciative of the performance of the Quicklink Live Products.”

The state owned SLNTV has come a long way in their live broadcast over the years, they have had huge success including the regional sports tournament in Burao in 2011, this was the first to be viewed live worldwide. Ahmed explains:

“We regularly live stream to different countries and studios, like SLNTV in the UK in Sweden, in Somaliland, and the USA,”

They now have the facility to send live video from any region thanks to Quicklink. The 3008 encoder offers fantastic quality, it allows quality HD transmissions from fixed locations and is perfect for an SNG or remote bureau. The Merlin Backpack is a huge asset when live broadcast is required from a mobile location without the vast expense of a satellite connection; it is a cost effective but high quality solution. The Mac Live is perfect for all-round use, it is easily transportable and offers outstanding quality and stability.

Quicklink Solutions

Quicklink have over ten years’ experience providing cost effective, high quality broadcast solutions in the fields of news, sport, entertainment and corporate media. Quicklink’s solutions offer the highest consistent standards in achieving superb video and audio quality even from slow internet connections. Optimisation of available bandwidth means that outstanding results can be achieved from a variety of connections such as Satellite or 3.5G/4G networks.

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