New York Daily News Opens Newsroom TV Studio for Live Interviews
New York Daily News reporters and columnists are available for live TV interviews following the installation of a VideoLink ReadyCam®2.0 TV studio system at the paper’s downtown newsroom. The state-of-the-art HD camera system allows Daily News reporters to do live or pre-recorded interviews with local and national broadcast news outlets as well as contribute video to the News’ website, www.nydailynews.com.
In a first for the news industry, the remotely operated ReadyCam®2.0 will send high-quality video and audio to the television networks via the internet using enhanced IP connectivity – replacing the need for traditional dedicated circuits.
Members of the news media can book interviews at the studio by contacting Jennifer Mauer at 212-210-6379.
About the New York Daily News
New York Daily News, founded in 1919, is the first U.S. daily printed in tabloid form. The newspaper is the third most widely circulated daily newspaper in the U.S., reaching a population of over 600,000 readers. It reports on local, national and world news as well as sports, entertainment and lifestyle issues through online and print editions.
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®2.0, 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.
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