03.13.2006 03:04 PM
Media 3 offers BureauCam for live remote broadcasts

Media 3’s BureauCam features an intuitive touch screen interface, and interactive help screens and user prompts.
Media 3 will demonstrate its second-generation BureauCam remote LiveShot system at NAB2006 in Las Vegas. BureauCam offers a reliable, easily controlled, fully integrated and compact remote broadcast system for pristine on-air appearances.

Housed in a rugged transportable unit, BureauCam incorporates all functions necessary for local or remote operation via network or dial-up. Designed to be operated by non-technical users, the unit has an intuitive touchscreen interface, interactive help screens and user prompts. The precision robotic camera positioning and shot control system, integrated camera control unit (CCU), and extensive audio/video routing and distribution capabilities achieve smooth on-air shots.

For more information, visit www.liveshots.com.

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