Join us on Wednesday, November 18th for our free web seminar centered around Public Information Officers in Fire and Police Departments looking to record, search and pinpoint mentions of interest on television.
Do you ever wish you had faster, more efficient means for monitoring the media coverage of your department? Are you still using banks of VCRs, DVRs, or a news-clipping service to track mentions of your department on TV? If so, then you know just how unreliable, high-maintenance, and time-consuming these methods can be. Fortunately, now there’s a better way: the SnapStream Server.
A cross between a DVR and a search engine, the SnapStream Server enables your department to record video from up to 10 television channels simultaneously and then quickly use keywords to find any mentions of interest – just like searching the Internet. SnapStream also brings TV (live and recorded) right to your desktop PC, and with the Server’s Email Alerts feature, you can receive automatic notifications anytime the words or phrases that you specify are mentioned.
SnapStream is currently used in Police and Fire Departments to:
- Record & search thousands of hours of TV
- Eliminate manual search of video tapes
- Track TV mentions of department personnel
- Respond appropriately and quickly to TV coverage
- Distribute TV using the existing office network
Attend our one hour web seminar to learn more about how the SnapStream Server is currently being used and how it can help your department reduce the amount of work and time associated with monitoring TV.
Web Seminar: Cost Effective TV Monitoring for Fire and Police Departments
When: Wednesday, November 18th, 2009; 2:30 - 3:30 PM (CST)
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