TelVue Announces CampusOneTV, HD Campus Broadcast Platform

TelVue Brings Higher Education Into High Definition With CampusOneTV

First Cost-EffectiveHigh Definition Campus TV Broadcast Platform Makes
It Easy For Colleges And Universities To Broadcast Sports, Live
Addresses, Concert Series, Lectures And Other On-Campus Events In HD

June 21, 2010 – (Mount Laurel, NJ)TelVue Corporation (OTC.BB: TEVE),
the innovation leader in digital broadcastvideo serverand live
Internet streamingtechnology for hyperlocaland community media, today
announced CampusOneTV?, the first affordablehigh definition (HD)
campus television broadcast platform. CampusOneTV makes it easy and
cost-effective for colleges and universities to broadcast sports, live
addresses, concert series, graduation ceremonies, theatrical
productions, and other on-campus events in brilliant HDquality. This
first-ever, all-in-one campus broadcast platform eliminatesthe need
for costly HD encoders and set top boxes, and supportsall digital
playback on-air24x7.

“Whether a college or university is looking to upgrade legacy
broadcast equipment to HDTV, or launch a new campus television
channel, TelVue now makes it easier and more cost-effective than ever
to launch campus channels,” said Jesse Lerman, TelVue President and
CEO. “CampusOneTV empowers students with a unique, media-rich voice
through student broadcast, supports integrated tele-learning, improves
campus outreach and communication between administration, faculty and
students, and powers advanced Life Safety communicationsto students
and faculty. With CampusOneTV, higher education leaps beyond the
digital age into high definition.”

One Cost-Effective Solution Powers All Campus Broadcast Needs

TelVue?s CampusOneTV platform delivers a complete digital ?TV Station-
In-A-Box? broadcast systemthat isa cost-effective, hassle-free way to
launch a high quality,professional-looking 24/7 campus TV channel.
Components and features include:

CampusOneTV IP Digital Broadcast Serverbroadcasts standard or high
definition video programming. All-digital delivery enables native
MPEG-2 transportbroadcast to standard digital TVs, with no additional
encoders required. An easy-to-use Content Management System enables
quick access to and ability to upload and manage video files from
multiple sources. The system is student-friendlybecause both new and
experienced operators can schedule a full day of programming in just a
few minutes.

Integrated Campus Digital Signage enables advanced Life Safety
communications and fosters campus spirit. School administration can
update broadcast messages on their TVchannel or network of video
displaysfrom any Internet-connected computer.

Live Streaming & Video On Demand enables the simulcast of campus
TVchannels via a fully brandable and customizable media player on the
Internet, supporting unlimited simultaneous users. A keyword-
searchable video library enables on-demandviewing of campus
videocontent. Video chapter support enables the viewer to go directly
to the desired chapter of a long video.Utilize these cost effective
technologies to improve communications with off-campus students,
parents, and alumni.

Available immediately, the CampusOneTV all-in-one broadcast platform
starts at $5,950.

About TelVue Corporation

TelVue Corporation is a broadcast technology innovator and leader in
high quality, cost-effective hyperlocal and community television
broadcast delivery. Core markets include: Pro Broadcast, Cable, Telco,
College Broadcastand University Television, K-12, PEG, and
Government. TelVue?s professional quality equipment and services,
including digital broadcast server, live Internet streaming, IP
videoon demand (VOD) services, and web-based digital signage enable
our customers to dramatically improve and enhance their cable and web-
based broadcast capabilities, reduce costs, and be better positioned
to meet the new challenges of a rapidly evolving media landscape. For
more information on TelVue, please visit http://www.TelVue.com.

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