ATLANTA–(BUSINESS WIRE)–June 28, 2007–Library Video Company
announced in Atlanta at NECC (the National Educational Computing
Conference) the release of SAFARI Montage Selective Video Streaming
(SVS) — the only solution for schools and school districts to
selectively permit access to and stream valuable educational content
from live cable TV, video cameras and URLs through a common interface
– SAFARI Montage.

Selective Video Streaming is exceptional new software that serves
as a single user interface for streamed content. This easy-to-install
product integrates live video from pre-selected cable TV channels,
live video from digital cameras – such as daily live school news and
live events, and pre-selected Internet URLs with video appropriate for
the classroom.

"What makes SAFARI Montage SVS so valuable to schools is the
control. It provides district administrators to manage which video
streams are accessible to students, ensuring that only appropriate
content reaches the classroom and that bandwidth consumption is
managed. In many cases, SVS eliminates the need for set-top boxes in
the classrooms, making this option incredibly cost effective," said
Tim Beekman, President of SAFARI Video Networks, a division of Library
Video Company.

For more information about SAFARI Montage SVS, visit
www.SAFARIMontage.com.

About Library Video Company

Founded in 1985 by Andrew Schlessinger, Library Video Company
(LVC) is the largest distributor of educational media to schools and
libraries nationwide, and recently introduced SAFARI Montage. This
award-winning, broadcast quality, Video-On-Demand solution for schools
and districts comes preloaded with educational video titles from the
industry´s leading video publishers, including LVC´s own award-winning
Schlessinger Media library. SAFARI Montage WAN Manager — the only
Wide Area Network Digital Media Management solution — provides
maximum flexibility for a school district to control and manage all of
their district´s digital video from a central location. This
ground-breaking product gives school districts the ability to upload
their own video content at the district level and easily disseminate
it to all classrooms throughout the district. For more information
about SAFARI Montage or SAFARI Montage SVS, go to
www.SAFARIMontage.com.

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