WALLINGFORD, CONNECTICUT & DURHAM, NORTH CAROLINA October 31, 2007 – VBrick Systems announced today that it will stream Senator Barack Obama’s “Countdown to Change” from North Carolina Central University, located in Durham, Thursday, November 1st at 4:30 pm ET over
The Senator’s keynote event will address students and residents from around the region, while streaming the broadcast over JarvisTV and using VBrick Systems’ new webcasting service offering.
The overwhelming popularity of the campaign forced organizers to move the event from the Leroy T. Walker Physical Education Complex to the O’Kelley-Riddick Football Stadium.
“The school’s video streaming capability presents a broad platform for national figures to reach thousands of people not only attending classes at the school, but nationwide. The quality and flexibility of our system has carried football games and now a leading presidential candidate,” said Chancellor Charlie Nelms of
“Streaming video is engaging more and more voters using the Internet as their source for news and information. Campaigns take on a life-size quality with live video. We are very excited that North Carolina Central is discovering, almost daily, tremendous opportunities, as in the case of Senator Obama, to reach thousands of individuals using a tool that is the size of a football” said Vince Graziani, CEO, VBrick Systems.
“It is important to consider that events are no longer local. Every event now has the possibility of becoming a global event with the ability to easily and simply webcast live video over the Internet. We are excited to share Senator Obama’s full message with viewers around the world” said Coach Mike Jarvis CEO of JarvisTV.
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