Philadelphia, PA, June 11, 2012 - VideoLink, Inc., a leading provider of broadcast and corporate media services, hosted a grand opening reception Wednesday, June 6th at its new Center City, Philadelphia location. Chris Matthews, host of MSNBC’s Hardball, was on hand to cut the ribbon, officially launching the new 4800 square foot video production facility.
The event was attended by television and radio personalities as well as local marketing, communications and video professionals. Guests were offered tours of the studios and a chance to network with other Philly-based video and broadcast professionals.
“This new, state-of-the-art facility gives us the flexibility to provide unparalleled service to our broadcast network customers like MSNBC, CNBC, CNN and Fox News as well as Philly-based businesses clients. We really want to elevate the type of production capabilities and video services available in greater Philly,” states Gregg Bevan, VideoLink’s Vice President, Bureau Operations.
A small ceremony took place during the event to dedicate one of VideoLink’s studios in memory of the late John Paul Endicott, a former employee of VideoLink.
If you were unable to attend the reception and would like to schedule a tour of the new facility, please contact VideoLink Philadelphia at (800) 990-4995.
About VideoLink, Inc.
VideoLink Inc., headquartered in Newton, MA, is a leading provider of broadcast and corporate media services, solutions, and proprietary video production technology including ReadyCam®, a custom, remotely-operated studio that can be installed in any office, conference room or location of choice. VideoLink also maintains several multi-camera, live-shot studio facilities located in Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore and mobile satellite uplink trucks covering the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions.