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TelVue Enhances Hosted Broadcasting Services with Level 3

July 31, 2014

TelVue has significantly upgraded its hosted broadcasting and cloud video services with a migration to Level 3 Communications IP network.

"The integration of Level 3 Communications into our rapidly- expanding hosted Internet broadcast platform is a big win for TelVue and our customers," explains TelVue CIO Mark Steele. "With the wide adoption of cloud-based services in TV and Internet broadcast, we needed a world class partner that could guarantee reliable, fast, and scalable Internet access and video interconnect services."

According to a release from the Company, its hosted broadcast clients benefit from the redundancy, load sharing, and diverse fiber routing of Level 3's global network. In addition to TelVue's TV channel-in-a-box solutions, TelVue offers an array of cloud-hosted broadcast services for broadcasters who do not want to support on- premise broadcast equipment, or want to augment their traditional workflow with the power of the cloud:

-TelVue Hosted Broadcast: for 100 percent cloud-based linear broadcasting that leaves the operator free to upload programming, manage and broadcast TV channels from any Internet connection without requiring a broadcast facility or equipment.

-TelVue Connect: for cloud-based content aggregation, moderation, scheduling and transcoding, along with access to syndicated programming in the Media Exchange, and the versatile Video Producer tool for creating short animated spots.

-TelVue CloudCast: for streaming professional-quality live or VOD over the Internet, to multiple viewing devices including mobile, tablet, PC, TV, and over-the-top boxes like Roku.

More information and complete details:

www.TelVue.com

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