Capitol Adds Webinars on ZeeVee HDbridge

Capitol has announced a series of webinars designed to show residential and light commercial pros how ZeeVee’s HDbridge Line makes  on-premise HD broadcasting of multiple channel lineups far more affordable and easier to deploy. On three dates – January 24, February 16, and March 7 – Capitol will sponsor two 45-min
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Capitol has announced a series of webinars designed to show residential and light commercial pros how ZeeVee’s HDbridge Line makes on-premise HD broadcasting of multiple channel lineups far more affordable and easier to deploy.

On three dates – January 24, February 16, and March 7 – Capitol will sponsor two 45-minute webinars (8:30 a.m. and 1:00 p.m. EST, respectively) as a way to give its customers a custom-tailored look at how the HDbridge Line is improving on-premises broadcasting in a wide variety of commercial venues, including hotels, health clubs, casinos, sports bars, and any other application where a large number of HD channels need to be deployed.

“ZeeVee’s HDbridge Line is the perfect solution for professionals who are looking for ways to make head-end installations more affordable and reliable,” said Jeff Kussard, Capitol’s director of strategic development. “Pros who invest 45 minutes in this webinar will walk away with the tools and talking points they need to communicate the system’s benefits to any prospective client who relies on HD video in a variety of locations, and with more than one video stream.”

“Our new HDbridge line was developed by closely working with partners like Capitol who made sure that every opportunity for improvement was captured,” said ZeeVee’s co-founder and CEO, Vic Odryna. “Nobody knows the light commercial channel better than them, and they’re the perfect candidates to communicate the line’s benefits to the market at large.”

ZeeVee’s HDbridge line is based on a modular architecture. It starts with a rack chassis that can contain up to eight modules, each of which creates an HD cable channel. These channels are combined and amplified in the rack chassis, providing a single point of connection for the installer, as well as a single AC connection. Each module accepts an HD component video input, digital audio - optical and coax, and a closed-caption input. It is designed to connect directly to Satellite and Cable receivers and requires no complex configuration. The broadcast channel can be set via a simple front button interface, or remotely managed by a newly developed web interface.

Registration and additional information is available at gotomeeting.com.

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