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    BBC reporters to phone in video reports


    All ne service from All New Video

    Mobile video specialist, All New Video, has today announced it will be providing the technology and services for a new video reporting service, for the British Broadcasting Corporation.

    As easy as making a telephone call, the new service will allow Reporters in the field equipped with 3G mobile telephones to make video calls into Television Centre.  Emerging and breaking news events can therefore be transmitted in real time to television networks.

    All New Video will provide this functionality as part of a managed service from one of their European hosted facilities.  The packaged service will utilise All New Video’s unique carrier class network to provide a two-way video call between 3G mobile, ISDN and IP networks. This service, based on Radvision technology, is designed with the scalability and durability to meet the BBC’s demanding needs for innovative media and technology solutions.

    Commenting on the deal, All New Video Operations Director David Hogben said: “We are delighted to be working with the BBC to deliver even greater value to the general public.  Video is lined up to be the next big application in mobile telephony and we believe that the extra functionality we can now offer will increase flexibility and lower costs of live broadcasts in the future.

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