"Swift Justice with Nancy Grace" Television Show Selects ACT Conferencing Proximity Service
The nationally syndicated television show “Swift Justice With Nancy Grace” will have video conferencing provided by ACT Conferencing. An announcement in this regard has been made by CBS Television Distribution. In front of hundreds or thousands of viewers each day, guests will be interviewed live by Nancy Grace. ACT Proximity video conferencing services will be used by these guests on the show.
ACT’s Proximity services comprises of a network of state-of-the-art video room rental suites worldwide. ACT Proximity has more than 4,500 public video conference room locations. Rapid access to affordable virtual meetings is possible for the users. They do not need to own or operate video conferencing equipment.
According to John Terenzio, Executive Producer for Swift Justice With Nancy Grace, dozens of people across the nation are interviewed each week, For the interviews, the show depends on the high definition or HD quality which is provided by ACT’s Proximity service. The guests at the show find ACT convenient and also a great fit.
In a release, Marina Bogard, chief sales and marketing officer at ACT Conferencing said, “As daytime and cable television talk shows grow in popularity, it is becoming more common for the guests to be interviewed via Web and video conferencing instead of the show flying them in for one interview on camera. ACT is poised to become an even larger part of this trend because we have leading technology and a proven model that makes it easy for TV shows to use.”
Among the business community, the popularity of ACT’s Proximity services has increased. Travel costs are cut for cash-strapped companies. At the same time essential face-to-face connections with clients, partners and customers are still made due to the Proximity services.
A 50 percent increase in first-time Proximity users has been reported by ACT in the first half of 2010. Many Fortune 500 companies are customers of ACT Proximity.
Corporate audio conferencing, video conferencing, and web conferencing services are provided worldwide by ACT Conferencing. The company was established in 1989 with its headquarters in Lakewood, Colorado. Managed, international and local-language services are provided by ACT’s integrated platforms. Further information on ACT Conferencing is available at the company’s website www.actconferencing.com.
Calvin Azuri is a contributing editor for unified communications. To read more of Calvin’s articles, please visit his columnist page.