ESPN Taps Moto for MPEG-4 HD

ESPN plans to use Motorola Mobility's video distribution solution to transition all programming for ESPN and ESPN-2 networks to an MPEG-4 HD format, with the intention of freeing up bandwidth to increase the number of HD services offered. Motorola's solution is ...

ESPN plans to use Motorola Mobility's video distribution solution to transition all programming for ESPN and ESPN-2 networks to an MPEG-4 HD format, with the intention of freeing up bandwidth to increase the number of HD services offered. Motorola's solution is also intended to position ESPN to offer both 1080p60 HD and 3D TV programming when service providers are ready for it. ESPN will be using Moto's SE-6601A MPEG-4 encoder, DSR-6100 IRD and a software control system.
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