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Ohio district saves $200,000 by streaming cable TV to classrooms

By eSchool News
August 30th, 2006

The Geneva Area City Schools in northeast Ohio has signed an agreement with VBrick Systems Inc., a Connecticut-based provider of video-over-IP network solutions, to stream cable television to its classrooms economically and reliably--eliminating $200,000 in traditional IT infrastructure costs. Its agreement with VBrick also will enable the district to select and restrict access to specific cable TV stations, thereby ensuring age-appropriate content throughout the district.

Geneva's cable television streaming initiative is a component of the district's modernization plan to build five new schools for its 3,011 students. In addition to a new...

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Ohio district saves $200,000 by streaming cable TV to classrooms

By eSchool News
August 30th, 2006

The Geneva Area City Schools in northeast Ohio has signed an agreement with VBrick Systems Inc., a Connecticut-based provider of video-over-IP network solutions, to stream cable television to its classrooms economically and reliably--eliminating $200,000 in traditional IT infrastructure costs. Its agreement with VBrick also will enable the district to select and restrict access to specific cable TV stations, thereby ensuring age-appropriate content throughout the district.

Geneva's cable television streaming initiative is a component of the district's modernization plan to build five new schools for its 3,011 students. In addition to a new high school that opened in January, Geneva's...

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