Monthly Archives: August 2010

Hurricane Earl Heads Toward East Coast – Time to Test Your Disaster Recovery Plan

Hurricane Earl is heading toward a potential East Coast impact.  The Virgin Islands and parts of Puerto Rico are under hurricane advisories as the storm moves closer.   Is your business prepared for potential impacts with a disaster recovery plan? Don’t … Continue reading

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Does Your Insurance Cover Satellite Communciations Services?

Its been there in the back of your mind, the disaster recovery plan.  Nagging at you, you know you need one, but there’s always something more urgent vying for your attention… Until you notice a news reports of a tropical … Continue reading

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Broadcast Quality Video Over IP? Yes, its here!

Doubters and cynics beware, video over the internet is becoming a reality.  Not just webstreaming amateur videos and TV shows, but real, honest broadcast quality video can be transmitted via public internet. How you ask?  An excellent question.  And certainly … Continue reading

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Have No Fear, Supergirl is Here! Supergirl Pro Junior Live Satellite Webcast

If you can’t be there on the sand Saturday, August 14 to watch the exciting Supergirl Pro Junior surfing competition at the Oceanside Pier, grab your sunglasses and flipflops anyway.  You won’t miss a minute of the action watching the … Continue reading

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Downsizing TV News Broadcasters Find Upside With Automated Satellite News Gathering

Continued pressure on broadcasters budgets spurs creativity.   A July 30 article by Broadcast Engineering, highlights industry layoffs and the ideas both broadcasters and reporters are employing in a changing news market, even creating competition for one another. Ironically, automated satellite … Continue reading

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