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Have you seen the new Broadcast Engineering Video Network? The video network currently contains video from the NAB and IBC 2010 shows and we are looking for more. If you have video assets that you have spent time and money creating, let Broadcast Engineering help you maximize your exposure in a relevant, contextual environment. Posting your video on YouTube is good for reaching the masses, but who is watching your video and if you search your company name, does the video content you produced come up or are they videos created by someone else? The Broadcast Engineering Video Network will ensure that the video content you want is viewed by the audience you want. Subscription packages are available based on either number of videos or length of video and we can even offer some basic editing, copy writing and keyword consultation!

Contact your Sales Rep for more information: George on the West Coast, Emily for Midwest and East, Julie for Inside Sales and Richard for int’l inquiries.

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