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First Federal Building to have Webcasting

Bill Kleinschmidt Enterprises plans to offer Webcasting services from the First Federal Building.
Webcasts send audio, video and graphics over the Internet. Webcasts can be received by any location with a high-speed Internet connection.
“The First Federal Building is a perfect spot for us to offer this type of service because they are a high-tech building. Their conference rooms are well-equipped with smart boards, portable A/V carts, computers, DVD players, VHS players and now live webcasting,” said Bill Kleinschmidt, BKE’s president.
Along with Webcasting, the company provides multimedia and video production services for CD-ROM and DVD development and converts video programs into digital files for play over the Internet.

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First Federal Building to have Webcasting

Bill Kleinschmidt Enterprises plans to offer Webcasting services from the First Federal Building. Webcasts send audio, video and graphics over the Internet. Webcasts can be received by any location with a high-speed Internet connection.

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