With the Internet, we are instantly disseminating all sorts of media–videos, photos, tweets. Yet in emergencies, such as hurricanes, many people continue to rely on television and radio for information.
I spoke with former CBS meteorologist Bryan Norcross, who started America’s Emergency Network (AEN), a company that uses IP video technology for emergency communication. It streams live video and audio updates over the internet that can be accessed by anyone with an internet connection via a computer or mobile device. The content is automatically archived and can also be broadcast over television and radio. - more-