FDAAdvisoryCommittee.com introduces mobile webcasting delivery option

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Advanced webcasting technology provides the only channel to view FDA Advisory Committee Meetings on a mobile device

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FDAAdvisoryCommittee.com (FDAAC.com), the leading provider of live video webcasts of Food and Drug Administration (FDA) Advisory Committee meetings, today announced its mobile webcasting delivery option, the only available mobile solution to access FDA Advisory Committee Meetings.

As the number of mobile users continues to grow, the health industry has increased its use of and reliability on mobile devices to bring awareness and understanding to pertinent health issues. Additionally, the flexibility and broader audience reach associated with mobile access has become essential for physicians to educate and communicate with on-the-go audiences from locations around the globe.

In order to support this mobile usage and the FDA’s mission to protect and promote public health, FDAAC.com advanced its technology to transmit live FDA Advisory Committee meetings webcasts to tablets and smartphones including (but not limited to) iPhones, iPads and Android devices. The mobile delivery option offers all the features of FDAAC.com’s traditional live webcasts including a robust streaming infrastructure, live technical support, 72-hour transcription and sponsor packages.

For more information on the benefits of FDAAC.com mobile webcasting technology, please visit the “products” section on http://www.fdaac.com.

About FDAAdvisoryCommittee.com
FDAAC.com provides live video webcasts of FDA Advisory Committee meetings captured on location. These meetings cover an array of topics related to medicinal health including OTC, prescription and treatment devices. These meetings often result in rulings on clinical trials, final approval and bans of medications and treatment options. TalkPoint is the exclusive webcast provider for FDAAdvisoryCommittee.com.

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