SOURCE: TV Worldwide

November 17, 2006 01:00 ET

TV Worldwide's Assistive Technology Internet TV Channel Selected to Webcast World Congress & Exposition on Disabilities

STRONGARM Mobility, UrAssist, Foot Flush, The Paciello Group and Other New Technology Offerings to Be Featured in Webcast of Philadelphia Event, November 17-19

CHANTILLY, VA -- (MARKET WIRE) -- November 17, 2006 -- TV Worldwide, a fast-growing web-based global TV network, announced that its Assistive Technology Internet TV Channel,, had again been selected by the World Congress & Exposition on Disabilities to produce a webcast of the November 17-19, 2006 show from the Philadelphia Convention Center. The free live-to-tape, archived webcast at and, will feature interviews with industry leaders present for the show and highlight the latest products, services, issues and news concerning people with disabilities. Several keynotes and presentations will also be made available during the webcast. The event will be archived in fully accessible format using the captioned video streaming of TV Worldwide's "webcapting(SM)" process. The webcast will feature demonstrations from STRONGARM Mobility, UrAssist, Foot Flush and other assistive technology and service providers. premium sponsors include The Paciello Group.

"The World Congress and Exposition on Disabilities is pleased once again to be working with and TV Worldwide," remarked Bill Schwaninger, President of WCD Expo, Inc. " is the established Internet TV channel for the community of people with disabilities and the captioned video webcast of this event will help us make the World Congress and Exposition on Disabilities accessible to a global audience for a full year."

"As a long-time developer of Internet TV content for those with disabilities we are excited about being selected to webcast this important World Congress and Exposition on Disabilities event again," commented Dave Gardy, Chairman and CEO of TV Worldwide. "With the content we're able to generate at premier events like WCD, the AT508 channel has grown rapidly over the last five years with compelling webcast content on important disability issues. We again expect a huge audience for this highly-regarded event and we are preparing our servers to accommodate the WCD webcast."

The event will be archived for viewing at and Participants should have the free Windows Media Player installed prior to viewing the content for the event. Live-to-tape captioned content from the event will begin appearing September 20 on the webcast event site.


TV Worldwide's Internet TV channel features articles and videos on the latest in assistive technology products, services and issues and during trade show events, highlights keynotes, presentations and interviews with exhibitors and speakers. events are webcast live and archived in fully accessible format using the captioned video streaming of TV Worldwide's "webcapting(SM)" process. sponsors include The Paciello Group, HP and Canon.

About TV Worldwide

As a leading global Internet broadcasting and streaming media company, TV Worldwide ( is developing a network of video channels that is an affiliation of community-based Internet television stations, each underwritten by a strategic partner, "aimcasting(SM)" to targeted demographic audiences worldwide. TV Worldwide works with strategic partners to develop the latest in live and archived state-of-the art video streaming content applications. TV Worldwide was recently named one of the streaming video industry's "Hottest Streaming Companies" by Streaming Magazine,, and CEO Dave Gardy was honored by the magazine as one of the 50 Most Influential People in Streaming Media.

About the World Congress & Exposition on Disabilities

The World Congress & Exposition on Disabilities (WCD), a precedent-setting international conference and trade show, is now in its seventh year at the Pennsylvania Convention Center in Philadelphia November 17-19, 2006. The WCD is intended to educate, inform and provide a useful exchange of ideas for people with disabilities and special healthcare needs and those involved in their care and development. Opinion leaders in medicine, education, research, technology, and product development will gather along with caregivers and families for an intensive learning experience focused on the needs of all people with disabilities. Uniting professional and consumer interests within one conference is a logical extension of the current healthcare climate. The WCD was first launched by H.A. Bruno, LLC in November of 2000. In September of 2003, WCD Expo, Inc. was formed by a group of employees of H.A. Bruno, LLC, and they have continued to "Make A Difference" in the disability community.

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