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BT builds the UK's first uncompressed video contribution network for Premier League football stadiums

BT builds the UK's first uncompressed video contribution network for Premier League football stadiums

Press Releases   •   Mar 02, 2017 11:17 GMT

BT Media and Broadcast has successfully provided the UK’s first uncompressed video contribution network connecting all 20 Premier League football stadiums in a three year deal with the League’s international broadcasting outlet, Premier League Productions (PLP).

BT works with Softbank to expand reach of its media network

Press Releases   •   May 29, 2015 11:42 BST

BT, one of the world's leading communications services companies, and Softbank Mobile Corp. (“Softbank”), Japan’s leading provider of fixed and mobile media services, today announced an initiative to expand the reach of Softbank’s terrestrial networks to Europe, USA, Latin America, Africa and Asia.

BT launches new service to revolutionise transfer of film & TV content

Press Releases   •   Apr 15, 2015 13:23 BST

Film and television producers will be able to send hours of footage, including high-definition movies, in a matter of minutes, after BT today announced a new collaboration with Aspera, IBM's content transfer company. The new service, called BT Media Move, will send huge media files more than a hundred times faster than traditional FTP/HTTP file transfer software.