LTN Global Communications’ IP Transmission Service Utilized by BaylorVision for Distribution of Live Sporting Events

Savage, MD, April 11, 2016 – LTN Global Communications, Inc. (“LTN”), a global leader in fully-managed broadcast quality IP video transport solutions, has been chosen by Baylor University to deliver Baylor’s live sporting events to Fox Sports Southwest.

As part of the Big 12 Conference, Baylor retains the rights to a significant number of non-conference games and Olympic sports. By installing the LTN LEAF, a single integrated unit combining an LTN embedded appliance, encoder and decoder, along with the functionality to transmit and receive live video via LTN’s fully-managed Global IP Network, BaylorVision has been able to expand the number of sporting events delivered to Fox Sports Southwest while lowering their overall expenses. 

LTN Global Communications Chosen by Sinclair Broadcast Group for Distribution of COMET


SAVAGE, MD–(Marketwired – February 10, 2016) - LTN Global Communications (“LTN”), a global leader of fully-managed broadcast quality IP video transport solutions, was chosen by Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. (“Sinclair”),, to distribute COMET, the first ever 24/7 science fiction multi-channel network, which is a joint venture between Sinclair Television Group, a wholly-owned subsidiary of Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc., and Metro-Goldwyn-Mayer (“MGM”).

In an unprecedented time frame of sixty (60) days, LTN delivered COMET in a 16:9 SD format to an initial sixty-four (64) Sinclair stations. Historically, this was the fastest rollout of a digital subcarrier channel to the market. Since then, COMET has been rolled out to an additional fifteen (15) stations.

American Sports Network to Broadcast National Football Foundation Red Carpet Show Live from New York City

Event creates a unique opportunity to hear from some of the game’s most iconic names before the 58th NFF Annual Awards Dinner on Dec. 8 in NYC.


IRVING, Texas (Dec. 3, 2015) – The National Football Foundation (NFF) & College Hall of Fame and the American Sports Network (ASN), a division of the Sinclair Networks Group, LLC, which is owned by Sinclair Broadcast Group, Inc. (Nasdaq: SBGI), announced today that ASN will televise a live NFF Red Carpet Show leading into the 58th NFF Annual Awards Dinner on Dec. 8 at the historic Waldorf Astoria in New York City. (Visit  for a full list of stations and times throughout the country.)

The show, which will run from 5:30 p.m. until 6:30 p.m. ET, will feature highly regarded sports journalist Bonnie Bernstein and ASN host Doug Chapman on the NFF Red Carpet in New York with Jorge Andres anchoring from ASN studios in West Palm Beach, Fla. Tom Piero and Craig Haffner will share coordinating producing responsibilities. Anticipated high-profile guests include Archie Griffin, Jerry Jones, Archie ManningRoger Staubach, Danny Wuerffel and members of the 2015 College Football Hall of Fame Class. LTN Global Communications ( will be providing live video transmission services from New York City to the ASN headquarters in West Palm Beach, Fla.

NAB Perspectives: LTN Communications’ Buffolano on How IP Distribution Is Changing Live Sports Production

LTN Global Communications has built a name for itself, offering budget-friendly methods of distribution for live event productions over its IP network. The company has been innovating, on the live-sports side specifically, with such clients as the North American Soccer League and Sinclair Broadcasting, which uses LTN to transmit college sports live on the American Sports Network.

This week at NAB 2015, LTN is showing off its new LTN Leaf product: a single integrated unit that combines an LTN embedded appliance, encoder/decoder, and the functionality to transmit and receive live video via LTN’s fully managed global IP network. SVG sat down with LTN’s Tom Buffolano to discuss its IP network, the new LTN Leaf, and how IP distribution is opening up a world of distribution opportunities for new and experienced content creators.    Read more at

NASL Opens New Season With Advances in Video Production, Distribution

By: Brandon Costa, Senior Editor
Friday, April 3, 2015 – 10:44 am

When the North American Soccer League (NASL) campaign kicks off with a five-game slate on Saturday, it’ll be the dawn of a new live-video era for the league.

During the off months between the NASL’s fall and spring seasons, league brass put a strong focus on improving the quality of the live production and distribution of club matches. In addition to designing new streaming and production standards at each of its 11 venues, the league also struck a deal with ESPN for at least 120 matches to be carried on ESPN3.