If you reread this thread
it's apparent there were tensions surrounding the live broadcasts, the use of technology and who has the responsibility for identifying and resolving problems.
Covering the British Championship is always going to be more difficult than Gibraltar, Hastings or the London Classic because of the different venues every year. Decent quality audio is a prerequisite for the commentary and it appeared the chess24 audience wanted video as well.
It would seem a portable studio and someone to run it is now necessary. The earliest live coverage at a British that I can recall was at Great Yarmouth in 2007. That used a video camera recording and broadcasting Andrew Martin's use of traditional demo boards. It also required a member of the audience to periodically change the angle of the filming as Andrew changed games. The College at Great Yarmouth used its own expertise to assist with the broadcasting.
So what are the options for 2016?
Continuation of the coverage through DGT boards seems obvious enough as it can then be followed on chessbomb and other sites. These boards can also drive display screens at the venue and for the commentary room. I'd be inclined to conclude that unless the video feed of the commentary can be done properly, approaching the standards established by Gibraltar and others, it would be better to discontinue it, or only make it available by a back door route for those "in the know". If, as it probably does, come down to money or resources, make sure the sound quality is both good and monitored for quality.
Using a laptop with a webcam and microphone will work for Skype, but the verdict has to be that it's not good enough for chess live coverage if you seek a wider audience who are intolerant of shortcomings.