08.04.2004 12:00 PM
ABC News relies on IQue for engineering DNC solutions

IQue Intellectual Properties built one of the largest remote television facilities on record for ABC NewsOne's clients covering the Democratic National Convention in Boston.

ABC NewsOne's clients include ABC News, the British Broadcasting Company (BBC), Associated Press Television (APTN) and numerous national and international broadcasters.

IQue had key input in the technical design of the location facilities, and oversaw certain ABC NewsOne assets and engineering personnel implementing the construction of remote broadcast facilities at the FleetCenter in downtown Boston.

The company leveraged its relationship with ABC NewsOne to highlight its growing line of Internet Protocol (IP) solutions for the broadcasting market, including high speed Internet and IP telephone service via digital satellite.

For more information, please visit: http://iqueip.masterslink.crosslogic.com/infinity/ContentPath/iqueip-masterslink/Root/Ique/Whydo.html.

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