TV Station CBS 5 Adopts Slingbox For Traffic Web Cams

Posted: Jun 26 2007, 8:37am CDT | by , Updated: Aug 11 2010, 2:31am CDT, in News | Other Stuff

TV Station CBS 5 adopts Slingbox for Traffic Web Cams
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CBS 5 (KPIX-TV) and Sling Media, Inc. detail their partnership in bringing 28 live traffic cameras to the TV screen, web and mobile phones.

CBS 5 has adopted Slingboxes for their infrastructure of live webcams. They even used a Slingbox already to transmit a camera signal from moving car in traffic. "Sling Media is thrilled to see CBS 5 use our Slingbox technology in innovative, cost-effective, and compelling ways that benefit their viewers,” said Rich Buchanan, vice president of marketing for Sling Media. "The Slingbox was designed to transmit a video feed across the Internet for viewing on a remote display. CBS 5 has taken this one big step further and we couldn’t be more impressed with the way they have implemented our technology."

Bummer, I thought I had an innovative use of the Slingbox, this is much more creative. I use it just to watch US Cable TV in Europe.
Via Sling Media site. See also the CBS 5 web cam page.

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