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EA’s Madden Bowl 2020 went ahead despite a pandemic, linking 40 pro football players from across the US in a live

ike so many broadcast services companies, LTN Global held its breath last spring when sports and live production

began to dry up. But LTN still had an ongoing relationship with EA, and the gaming giant was not going to let a global pandemic disappoint fans of their esports productions. Colin Moran, VP of production products at LTN Global, oversees products and services for the “Create” pillar of LTN Global. Create is LTN’s white-glove sports, news and entertainment service, built around centralised video production and cloud-enabled workflows. Create runs a 30,000 sq ft-production facility in Liberty, Missouri, a suburb of Kansas City. The two- year-old set-up houses production trucks, studios, and LTN’s large data backbone for transporting multiple IP signals anywhere in the world. “We really built the production facility to be a flexible infrastructure,” says Moran. “We can do

remote production Words by Elsie Crampton


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