Wallingford, CT (PRWEB) June 3, 2010
Discover Video, LLC (http://www.discovervideo.com), a leader in video streaming and conferencing products and solutions, today announced that it has connected many Connecticut based community TV stations to the AT&T U-verse system. Now, residents in Hartford, Wethersfield, Simsbury, East Haven, and Wallingford can watch local government, public, and education programs on AT&T U-verse. The high quality Discover Video solution uses industry leading technology from VBrick Systems and Cisco.
"The residents in Hartford are thrilled to have their community TV programs available on the new AT&T U-verse system," said Billie Scruse, Executive Director, Hartford Public Access Television. "The new outlet not only allows them to watch all 3 HPATV channels on U-verse but also any of the other 50 Connecticut community channels".
Discover Video's solution is unique. In addition providing high speed connectivity to AT&T U-verse, it also allows the community TV stations to simultaneously stream their channels on the Internet. Residents can watch their local station whether they are home in Connecticut, or on vacation anywhere in the world.
"Community TV programs are a uniquely American expression of our freedom of speech that we all cherish. In our mobile society, this important community asset is now available not only on conventional 'cable' systems, but on AT&T's U-verse 'IPTV' system and on the public Internet when and where you want," said Rich Mavrogeanes, president of Discover Video. "Our systems use the latest streaming technologies providing high quality, live video."
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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