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Rocky Hill, CT Distributes Town Meetings on the Internet with Discover Video

WALLINGFORD, CT – November 17, 2010 – Discover Video, LLC (www.discovervideo.com), a leader in video streaming and conferencing products and solutions, today announced that Rocky Hill, Connecticut has implemented its Video Publisher service for delivering town meetings to citizens live and on-demand on the Internet. The new Discover Video service permits Rocky Hill to publish town meetings and agendas on the web for anyone to view and replay using PCs, Macs, or mobile devices.

“The Discover Video service allows us to deliver our town council, board of education, zoning, and other meetings to our citizens anywhere, anytime?, said Barbara Gilbert, Rocky Hill Town Manager. “Our residents can stay informed on important town topics without having to attend in person or catch them on TV. This innovative and easy to use service will encourage our younger generations to get involved with key issues affecting the town and their families.?

Discover Video’s town meeting service allows municipal governments to publish town meetings and events on the Internet for on-demand viewing. It provides DVR type controls including fast forwarding and pausing. Some of the unique features include the ability to search multiple town meetings for keywords/topics, divide long meetings into small chapters, and add supporting documentation such as agendas and minutes. Each town can customize the web viewing page with their specific colors and logos. The Video Publisher service starts at $995 per year.

“We are delighted that Rocky Hill quickly adapted to the new service?, said Rich Mavrogeanes, CEO, Discover Video. “In just a few days, the town had indexed and published over a dozen meetings. The Video Publisher service helps to increase government transparency and it provides important information to citizens quickly and easily?.

About Discover Video, LLC

Discover Video provides video streaming equipment and services to broadcasters, schools, corporations, and government. The products include video encoders, decoders, and transcoders, video conferencing systems, priority video alert systems, and mobile broadcasting kits. Discover Video’s customers include the US Army, Dow Chemical, State of Oregon, Florida Department of Transportation, State of Connecticut, Rutland Medical Center, New York State Armory, Touro College, Beacon City Schools and many Community TV stations. http://www.discovervideo.com

About Rocky Hill, CT
Ranked 35th Best Place to live in the country by CNN’s Money Magazine, Rocky Hill, CT is a community of 19,000 persons with an average household income of $73,052 and per capita income of $31,670. It is located in central Connecticut along the beautiful Connecticut River. http://www.ci.rocky-hill.ct.us/

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