Sprint Mobile Broadband And AP's SNAPfeed

Posted: Mar 16 2006, 10:12am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 5:19pm CDT, in News | Mobile Phones


Sprint Mobile Broadband and AP's SNAPfeed
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The Associated Press (AP) news service has partnered with Sprint to market their SNAPfeed software to reporters.

SNAPfeed 3.1 allows reporters to file broadcast-quality breaking news video over various connections. It also works with the nationwide Sprint Power Vision mobile broadband service.

Journalists equipped with SNAPfeed, a notebook, compatible camera and a Sprint Mobile Broadband Connection Card can send 60s of breaking news quality video back to their broadcast newsroom in less than ten minutes on the Sprint Power Vision Network.

To use mobile broadband instead of a broadcast truck obviously saves TV stations a bundle. More details and special offers for broadcasters on this Sprint site. More details about AP's SNAPfeed is available on this site.

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