Seoul, Korea-based Buddhist Television Network has built a new Internet radio service on Digigram’s IQOYA *LINK/LE audio-over-IP transport system.
System integrator Digicom supplied four Digigram IQOYA *LINK/LE IP audio codecs for the project, which ensures reliable encoding and streaming of four new Web radio channels that complement BTN's existing lineup of cable, satellite, and IPTV channel offerings.
The BTN project is the first deployment of IQOYA systems in Korea to support Web radio services. The broadcaster is using four of Digigram’s VX442e multichannel sound cards for audio playback, and then using the IQOYA codecs for AAC encoding and streaming from BTN headquarters to its CDN's Wowza streaming platform.
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