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TVU Networks Demoing TVU Partyline and Other Products at NAB Show New York


TVU Partyline
TVU Partyline

While next week’s NAB Show New York — running from October 19 to 29 — won’t be anything like the traditional annual celebration of broadcasting, companies like TVU Networks are figuring out ways of pivoting to make things work. Today, the company offering cloud and IP-based live video solutions announced it will be demoing its TVU Partyline videoconferencing platform at NAB.

This demo will take place on Tuesday, October 20 at 1:15 ET during the virtual trade show, and representatives will be on hand via live online chats to discuss TVU Networks’ products and solutions.

TVU will even have a virtual booth in the NAB Marketplace to download case studios, white papers and product information about the company’s products designed for remote production.

You can read about TVU Partyline and how it integrates with other TVU products below:

TVU Partyline delivers secure, real-time videoconferencing between talent, crew, and external content contributors. Unlike traditional videoconferencing platforms, it features broadcast-quality audio and video that is synced for all participants, along with mix-minus engineering to avoid echo. To promote fan engagement, the “mosaic” mode of TVU Partyline allows an unlimited number of fans or other participants to appear in a video grid layout that can be included in a live broadcast. TVU Partyline can also be configured to host virtual interviews or press conferences, which can be managed through TVU Producer or other cloud-based or traditional baseband production equipment.

To get a free pass to the NAB Marketplace, visit and register with Code NY0644.

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