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SIS LIVE

 

SIS LIVE is a leading UK-based satellite connectivity, broadcast solutions and product design specialist. The company owns and operates an impressive inventory of facilities including two teleports and MCRs; a national and international media fibre network; a satellite internet department; and the largest mobile satellite uplink fleet in Europe. SIS LIVE also designs and manufactures an award-winning product range.

SIS LIVE is the only company to design, build, operate and support uplink and production vehicles in-house, providing a complete bespoke service. SIS LIVE holds SNG contracts with leading broadcasters, including BBC, ITN and SKY, delivering 80% of the UK's live news contribution feeds and offering service levels in excess of 99.8% uplink availability.

Continuously innovating and redefining broadcast production solutions, SIS LIVE’s award-winning product range includes small VSAT terminals weighing less than 12kg to large 1.8m vehicle mount antennas. Designed to make broadcasting easier, SIS LIVE provides quick, reliable and cost-effective satellite uplinks whether its satellite internet services, SNG news and sports feeds or HD transmissions.

SIS LIVE has vast experience in delivering broadcast integration projects including the integration of uplink/production vehicles, production areas, TV studios, edit suites, technical areas, and fibre systems.

All SIS LIVE services are supported by a dedicated support team of 120 field engineers and a 24/7 support line.

To find out more about SIS LIVE, click here.

 

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