Bernstein to Offer Crisis Training Via the Internet
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Bernstein to Offer Crisis Training Via the Internet

Crisis communications firm Bernstein Crisis Management is partnering with SightSpeed, one of the fastest growing video communications companies on the Web, to deliver immediate media training and crisis consulting services directly to executive desktops.

Paul Holmes

SIERRA MADRE, CA—Crisis communications firm Bernstein Crisis Management is partnering with SightSpeed, one of the fastest growing video communications companies on the Web, to deliver immediate media training and crisis consulting services directly to executive desktops anywhere there is a broadband connection.

According to Jonathan Bernstein, president of Bernstein Crisis Management, “No telephone connection can substitute for face-to-face communication, but when a crisis is breaking there’s often no time to meet, even if you’re in the same town. With SightSpeed, my clients and I can swap voice and image with excellent clarity, and they can even project my face onto any viewing surface if they have other people in the room, like their crisis response team.”

SightSpeed offers video calling and multi-party video conferencing services over the Internet enabling consumers and businesses to communicate face to face anytime, from anywhere.

Bernstein, based in Southern California, says he has already used SightSpeed to give refresher media-training to an East Coast client and is encouraging all clients and business contacts worldwide to adopt the technology.

 

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