Streambox is making its Streambox Live satellite service free of charge to personnel involved in emergency relief for the Haitian earthquake. The offer extends to emergency relief organizations, government/military and broadcasters.
“Streambox Live is a service that we offer to facilitate emergency response and field/citizen newsgathering,” the company said in a statement. “In remote locations that have been devastated by natural disaster, high-bandwidth connections are often not available and many areas cannot be accessed by SNG/DNG trucks. With Streambox Live, news teams can enter these areas and send live, archiveable video with just a laptop, a camera or cell phone, and a low-bandwidth connection. In this manner, broadcasters, government/military, NGOs, and emergency relief organizations can share video in order to better coordinate communications efforts and spread awareness.”
For more information, contact the company at email@example.com or call 206-956-0544.
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