More NewsStreaming Media PR Service Launches

Streaming Media PR Service Launches

PRWebCast.com has launched a newstreaming media service that combines textual press releases with streamingmedia in the form of video and/or slide shows.

PRWebCast.com has launched a new streaming media service that combines textual press releases with streaming media in the form of video and/or slide shows.

The company offers both PR Slide Shows and PR Video presentations, both with images and audio as well as text. The site is dedicated to serving the PR professional and the editorial community.

Demos and tutorials are available at the site.

PRWebCast.com said it is an Internet conduit between the PR agency, its client and the press.

Future offerings will include live, online, interactive press conferences, allowing geographically separated journalists to attend a press conference without leaving the office.

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