Video Change Everything

March 2009
Broadcast Engineering;Mar2009, Vol. 51 Issue 3, Special section p2
Trade Publication
The article announces that various broadcasters and content providers worldwide are altering their operational and business models. With the move, they can now offer greater mobility by delivering to multiple screens including television, personal computer, and mobile device. The broadcasters have offered these new services using the Cisco Systems Inc.'s solutions.


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