Rich Mavrogeanes, President of Discover Video and founder of VBrick Systems to Speak at the Video Educators of New England Conference

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Mavrogeanes to share his experience and knowledge on video streaming technology and best practices at the April 7th VENE spring conference.

Discover Video, LLC (http://www.discovervideo.com), a leader in video streaming and conferencing products and solutions, today announced that Rich Mavrogeanes will be a key speaker at the Video Educators of New England Spring conference on April 7th. The conference is held semi-annually to educate current and future broadcasters on video technology. This year’s spring conference is being held at Mt. Wachusett Community College, Gardner, MA. Details are available at http://www.videoeducators.org.

“With the innovation in video compression technology and the proliferation of broadband networks, broadcasters have now have many options in creating and distributing original programs”, said Rich Mavrogeanes, president of Discover Video. “Producers no longer need to be tied to their studios to create live compelling content and viewers can now view the programs on many devices including mobile phones, PCs, Macs, and TVs.”

During the session Rich Mavrogeanes will focus on various applications such as live Internet streaming, distance learning, Video on Demand, and Event and Meeting broadcasts. He will also discuss the use of video streaming for delivering live remote feeds over various networks (Fiber, Internet, Cellular) to stations for live broadcast over cable TV systems. The presentation will cover video compression technology, video and audio quality, Internet streaming services, pricing, and best practices.

About Discover Video, LLC

Discover Video provides video streaming equipment and services to broadcasters, schools, corporations, and government. The products include video encoders and decoders, video conferencing systems, priority video alert systems, and mobile broadcasting kits. Discover Video’s customers include the US Army, Dow Chemical, State of Oregon, Florida Department of Transportation, State of Connecticut, Rutland Medical Center, New York State Armory, Touro College, Beacon City Schools and many Community TV stations.

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