▲ ▼ Internet troubles during live TV interviews
Can you hear me, I can't hear you
That is what we have been hearing on every television interviews now since everyone is attending interviews remotely using Internet video calls.
Internet network connectivity troubles are a huge pain to these TV channels as not all participants have fast, stable Internet plan and are genuinely annoying to the audience.
Surely this is a need-gap right?
This can have implications beyond the television studio as well as almost all meetings are exclusively conducted over Internet nowadays and a company wouldn't mind paying for an interruption free meeting due to network bandwidth issues.
I do think this can have uses in several areas. Increasing the Internet speed during interviews can work but all Internet providers need to be in on this and the change of Internet speed should be instantaneous