|By Marketwired .||
|January 8, 2014 02:33 PM EST||
MOUNT LAUREL, NJ -- (Marketwired) -- 01/08/14 -- TelVue® Corporation (PINKSHEETS: TEVE), the innovation leader in Television and Internet Broadcasting for communities, cable operators, and media companies today announced the appointment of Mark Steele to the newly-created position of Chief Information Officer.
Mark Steele will be directing TelVue's overall IT strategy, including TelVue's Cloud and Hosted Broadcasting infrastructure. Prior to joining TelVue, Mark worked at a variety of companies ranging from large corporations including General Electric, to not-for-profits and start-ups -- over time, accumulating 30 years of experience in infrastructure, software, program and process management.
"Mark is coming on board at a very exciting time for TelVue, as we grow our cloud-based services and expand the scope of hosted broadcasting," said Jesse Lerman, TelVue's President and CEO. "The new CIO role is both timely and important at this juncture."
About TelVue Corporation
TelVue® Corporation is a broadcast technology innovator and leader that helps video broadcasters automate their channels, expand their audiences across multiple screens, and broaden their ability to monetize their content. TelVue's professional quality broadcast equipment and cloud video services include all-in-one digital broadcast servers, ad servers, live and VOD Internet streaming, multi-user contribution and transcoding, hosted broadcast, broadcast program sharing, and web-based digital signage. TelVue® serves the local origination and leased access needs for 8 of the top 10 Cable and Telco MSOs, powers over 1,500 hyperlocal and PEG channels, powers Over-The-Top and Subscription Internet channels on the most popular OTT boxes and gaming consoles, and delivers local and specialty programming to millions of college students, hundreds of hospitals, and to over 30 Million households. For more information about TelVue®, please visit http://www.TelVue.com
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