JHU SAIS Partners With VideoLink to Launch New Broadcast Television Studio at Washington, D.C., Campus

Washington, D.C.—March 11, 2013— The Johns Hopkins University Paul H. Nitze School of Advanced International Studies (SAIS) has launched a ReadyCam® television studio at its campus in Washington, D.C.
The studio, managed by VideoLink and hosted by SAIS, will be accessible to SAIS faculty as well as the Washington think tank, nonprofit, education and corporate community for broadcast television interviews.
SAIS’s faculty, whose research informs and shapes policy, are renowned for their commitment to teaching and expertise in a wide range of topics, including international economics, American foreign policy, national security, international development, conflict resolution, global energy and environmental issues, international law and regions of the world.
“We are thrilled to partner with SAIS at Johns Hopkins University. We believe this is a multifaceted opportunity that will help SAIS and other JHU experts to share their valuable knowledge and insight with the news media and provide local D.C. professionals easier access to a broadcast television studio,” says Lloyd Bunting, VideoLink’s senior vice president of sales and marketing.
The studio is capable of transmitting broadcast quality HD video directly to all news media organizations and can be used to create and record video and webcasts.
To secure SAIS experts for commentary and interviews, please contact Felisa Neuringer Klubes at fklubes@jhu.edu or 202.663.5626. To schedule the SAIS ReadyCam® studio for non-SAIS expert bookings, contact VideoLink operations at 215.940.3000.

Monday, March 11, 2013
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