posted by Deborah D. McAdams /
07.11.2014 01:56 AM
Positive Flux Creates Live Call-in Platform
Based on a patent held by former media analyst Tom Wolzien
NEW YORK—A company going by the name of “Positive Flux” said it has worked with Tom Wolzien to turn his newly patented Video Call Center technology into a ready-for-air system. Wolzien’s Video Call Center is said to enable a new “genre of television programming to emerge—TV’s version of talk radio—by shifting complete control over the caller queue to the on-camera host and eliminating the need for a traditional broadcast control room.”

Positive Flux said one of its key contributions to the VCC system was the creation of an “intelligent, adaptive scripting system that enables the on-air host to drive the switching and mixing of visual sources with a single touch. This enables each show to have it’s own look and feel, despite working without a technical crew.”

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