News : Video Call Center Expands Digital Access for its Video Call-in Programming
New York, Oct. 15, 2015 -- The Video Call Center (VCC), a video technology and content company jointly owned by Wolzien LLC and TEGNA Media (NYSE: TGNA), announced the expanded capabilities of its new programming format that takes advantage of ubiquitous webcam/digital video technology to create live video call-in shows. Producers of programs with video callers now have a choice of IP Video providers from Skype™ to FaceTime(R) and many in between. And callers gain greater flexibility to contribute via smart phones, tablets, and computers.
"Our customers told us they didn't want to be locked into Skype or FaceTime or any other single IP video provider for good business reasons," said Tom Wolzien, VCC Chairman. "Therefore the VCC team designed and rewrote our 4TH generation Caller Acquisition Technology (CAT) to run on either PCs or MACs to handle any video application that doesn't require proprietary hardware."
Posted by Veronica Silva Cusi, news correspondent
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VCC delivers a totally new approach to live IP video acquisition, caller based content, and host television program control through assistive automation (no control room). VCC LLC is owned by Wolzien LLC and TEGNA Inc, which made a significant investment in June 2015. VCC provides extremely efficient video caller program production services on a work for hire and co-production basis. The specialized Video Call Center caller acquisition and host automation technology is covered by US Patent 8,767,031 issued in July 2014, with other patents pending.
Published: Friday, October 16, 2015