Saturday, June 20, 2009
Deaf Images Press Release
From: Deaf Images - June 20, 2009
DEAF IMAGES INTRODUCES GLOBAL DEAF NETWORK NEWS ON JULY 7, 2009 AT 7 PM!
ST. LOUIS, Mo. - June 20, 2009 - A new digital video news service will debut on July 7, 2009 at 7 p.m. (central time) for deaf, hard of hearing and hearing people with ASL capabilities. Deaf Images recently developed a format for delivery of visual and signed news in digital video. With this new digital video service, it will be available to more than 27,345 viewers globally. The countries listed are United States, South Africa, Australia, Canada, Germany, Bangladesh, Argentina, Israel, Great Britain, Nepal and other countries. They have been active users of Deaf Image's website. It can also be seen on YOUTUBE, GOOGLE and SHOW ME DEAF COMMUNITY BLOG.
"I am pleased to have reached the milestone for Deaf Images by providing digital news services to the larger audience globally. It is a new step in a new direction for Deaf Images."said Paul Kiel, owner and videographer of Deaf Images. "This will enable everyone to network and share the information and news of interest to the Deaf communities globally."
"With high-speed Internet connection, viewers who are deaf or hard of hearing or hearing with ASL capabilities can watch Global Deaf Network News at home, at the office, in the classroom, or anywhere on a high-speed Internet-connected computer, laptop or wireless pagers. We are reaching a new technology that enables us to interconnect with one another."
"We are looking for broadcasters so please e-mail to email@example.com that you are interested. One requirement is that you be proficient in ASL to carry out the news and information to the public."
About Deaf Images
Deaf Images is a digital video production company. It has produced documentary and commentary videos for the last five years. For more information, visit Deaf Images at http://www.deafimages.tv