Remote Broadcasts In Challenging Times


During these challenging times, Digigram adjusted its operations while following government directives at its headquarters in France.

The company’s first steps were to safeguard its employees’ health while ensuring the continuity of the company. It then moved forward with an accelerated release of what it is marketing as “a smart and equipment-free solution” for home broadcasting.

Introducing IQOYA Guest Preview, described as “a light remote broadcasting solution that does not require any equipment or software installation.”

It is a web-based tool designed to conduct remote interviews of guests, anywhere they may be.

Specifically, the Digigram product turns a web browser into a 2-way codec. “The solution provides a connection link to journalists working remotely,” the company explains. “From their PC or smartphone, journalists can get immediately connected with their studio with broadcast-quality audio.”

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