VideoLink, a leading provider of broadcast and corporate media services, is pleased to announce the launch of the Newsweek & The Daily Beast ReadyCam®2.0 onsite studio.
ReadyCam® Studio allows Newsweek & The Daily Beast reporters and columnists to comment on stories live from their NY newsroom as well as contribute video to their website, www.thedailybeast.com. The camera is capable of transmitting live or recorded broadcast quality SD and HD video directly to all news media outlets.
Members of the news media can book the Newsweek & The Daily Beast ReadyCam® Studio for on-the-spot expert commentary and interviews by contacting Andrew Kirk at firstname.lastname@example.org.
About The Daily Beast
The Newsweek/Daily Beast Company LLC formed in February 2011 when the revered print brand and the thriving young news site completed their merger, bringing together the warp speed 24/7 website with the depth, analysis, and investigative power of a great print magazine. The combined operation now attracts over 10 million unique online visitors a month and the magazine reaches 14 million readers across America, and millions more through its international editions.
The Daily Beast was founded in 2008 as the vision of Tina Brown and IAC Chairman Barry Diller. Curated to avoid information overload, the site is dedicated to breaking news and sharp commentary. After the merger, The Daily Beast became the online home of Newsweek Magazine, which has served as the world’s preeminent conversation starter since its founding in 1933. Tina Brown, former editor of Vanity Fair, The New Yorker and Talk, serves as Editor-in-Chief of both publications.
About VideoLink, LLC.
VideoLink, LLC, 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.