The new ReadyCam® studio allows HSPH to comment on breaking news live from its Boston, MA campus. The camera is capable of transmitting broadcast quality SD and HD video directly to all news media organizations.
Harvard School of Public Health faculty members include many of the world’s leading experts in health-related areas such as chronic and infectious diseases, nutrition, genetics, health policy, and environmental issues. In addition to providing the highest level of education to public health scientists, practitioners, and leaders from around the world, the School works to communicate research to the public, policy makers, and health professionals to increase awareness and improve understanding of issues that affect the lives and health of people everywhere.
To book the HSPH ReadyCam® studio for on-the-spot expert commentary and interviews contact Todd Datz email@example.com.
About Harvard School of Public Health
Harvard School of Public Health is dedicated to advancing the public’s health through learning, discovery, and communication. More than 400 faculty members are engaged in teaching and training the 1,000-plus student body in a broad spectrum of disciplines crucial to the health and well being of individuals and populations around the world. Programs and projects range from the molecular biology of AIDS vaccines to the epidemiology of cancer; from risk analysis to violence prevention; from maternal and children’s health to quality of care measurement; from health care management to international health and human rights. For more information on the school visit: http://www.hsph.harvard.edu.
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.