CBC Deploys Dejero Live+ Mobile App to 100 News Reporters

Gives journalists ability to broadcast live from an iPhone

As part of an effort to expand its newsgathering
capabilities, the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC) deploying the Dejero
Live+ Mobile App to 100 of its national and international field reporters.

The Dejero Live+ Mobile App gives broadcasters the ability
to transmit high-quality live or recorded video from an iPhone or iPad using
cellular bonding technologies. The app aggregates bandwidth from both the Wi-Fi
and cellular connections of the device, which results in a higher quality live
video transmission with lower latency than a single connection would provide.

The Live+ Mobile App also allows reports to set up easily on
the scene of a breaking news event and to be able to transmit live or recorded
video using both the front and back cameras of the device during a single
broadcast, which means they can create cover a story without the need for a
camera operator or extra equipment.

In addition to the Live+ Mobile App, the CBC had previously
deployed Dejero's Live+ 20/20 Transmitters and Live+ Broadcast Servers.

"Like many broadcasters, CBC was seeking a cost-effective solution
for increasing media acquisition in the field," said Paul Friedman, VP, Dejero
in a statement. "The Live+ Mobile App enables reporters to quickly and easily
broadcast high-quality live video from an iPhone or iPad that previously would
not have been possible."