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Chicago, IL, United States, 2006/02/23 - Working with client Funjet Vacations, IBCTV recently traveled to the Riviera Maya to produce ten live travel shows with Mexico’s top hoteliers, generating international publicity for the area’s revitalization efforts after Hurricane Wilma.
IBCTV, the world innovator of interactive video technology for the web, announces that its video has hit the small screen. Producers from the CBS Early Show, The Today Show, and CNBC have requested IBCTV’s footage because of its incredible quality and timeliness.
The footage aired on CNBC’s noon Getting Away segment, and on the CBS Early Show with IBCTV’s shots of the Riviera Maya.
Working with client Funjet Vacations, IBCTV recently traveled to the Riviera Maya to produce ten live travel shows with Mexico’s top hoteliers, generating international publicity for the area’s revitalization efforts after the devastation of Hurricane Wilma.
With the Riviera Maya shows, IBCTV revolutionized the Internet yet again by hosting the first-ever live Virtual FAM tour. The shows took questions live on the air during every broadcast. Funjet Vacations experienced a 30 percent booking increase after the live broadcasts.
The exclusive video footage is available in its entirety at funjet.com. While IBCTV is known on the Internet for its high quality videos and its commitment to enhancing the Internet with video, even working with Google to help them perfect the video search module, this is IBCTV’s first appearance on non-Internet television.
Founded in 2003, IBCTV, LLC revolutionized client acquisition on the Internet with its proprietary interactive video technology solutions, including the VPE and the ControlRoom. A privately held company, IBCTV, LLC offers a host of products and services, in the travel, medical and legal verticals, including show production, web site design, interactive video technology, search engine optimization and consulting services.