TrafficLand Launches Direct Sales Program, Expands Authorized Dealer Network
Fairfax, VA - Jan 4, 2012 - Live traffic video aggregator TrafficLand video content is now available directly through TrafficLand or through any of the company's authorized distributors: Beat The Traffic, Radiate Media (formerly Navteq Media Solution's Radio and Television Group) and Total Traffic Network (Metro Traffic). The TrafficLand network currently includes more than 11,000 cameras in nearly 150 U.S. cities.
The company has also recently launched TrafficLand Broadcast 3.0, an on-air video management platform for broadcast news production operations and traffic reporters. Broadcast 3.0 lets users search by street name for any camera on the TrafficLand network and includes a user-generated content feature called Top Cameras that ranks cameras by viewer demand on TrafficLand's website.
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