SALEM, NEW HAMPSHIRE and WALLINGFORD, CONNECTICUT, October 15, 2007 – VBrick Systems announced today that Senator Hillary Clinton will stream a live broadcast from Salem High School in New Hampshire, Tuesday, Oct 16th at 5pm EDT. The broadcast can be viewed from the following website: www.jarvistv.com/salemhigh.
“The school’s video streaming project was launched just a few weeks ago showing volleyball games, and quickly moves to broadcasting an address from a presidential candidate. We are seeing many ways to employ this new capacity, and hope to broadcast in the near future more student projects, all athletics and even School Board meetings on the Web,” said Robert Berthel, Media Director Salem High School.
This September, five Democratic Presidential candidates – Senators Chris Dodd, Barack Obama, Hillary Clinton, and John Edwards, and Governor Bill Richardson – were streamed live using VBrick’s solutions to the two million member - Service Employees International Union.
“This event demonstrates how anybody with this technology has the ability to be a live video producer carrying meaningful content. Candidates such as Senator Clinton are beginning to leverage the wider range of campaign venues such as
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