A Remote Broadcasting Cloud-Based Service That Could Help You


French media technology company Digigram has brought to market the newest addition to its ONE IP audio tool.

Introducing IQOYA CONNECT, a cloud-based service and platform of need for radio and TV broadcasters.

“Because we have extensive experience in the Broadcast industry, we have observed that achieving a seamless remote show is often complex, as it requires both a technician and a journalist to set codecs parameters. Sometimes this happens just minutes before going live,” notes Xavier Allanic, Digigram’s VP Sales.

On the journalist’s end, IQOYA CONNECT features a unified web platform where the user’s custom profiles and audio settings are saved, offering autonomy and flexibility in live situations whatever the device used.

Through a two-step process (log on to the platform, press the “live” button), media professionals can immediately go live.

“IQOYA CONNECT overcomes technical issues journalists might face while attending live shows, working on street interviews or performing sport commentaries,” the company says.

On the technician’s end, IQOYA CONNECT has a global monitoring interface that enables real-time monitoring of the codec fleet on one screen, whether from the studio or from remote locations, as well as direct access to devices on the field if required. Programming portable codecs, or providing live support to journalists is more flexible and effective than ever.

“When designing IQOYA CONNECT, our goal was to simplify the audio professionals’ daily experience while offering more flexibility, security and efficiency,” says Allanic. “This new service is a natural addition to the IQOYA product range, and it makes the traditional remote broadcasting obstacles ancient history.”