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Benefitfocus(R) Unwraps First-of-Its-Kind Healthcare Media Studio
Date:12/17/2007

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"This new addition to our products and services will help transform the complicated world of healthcare into easily understood videos," said Shawn Jenkins, Benefitfocus president and CEO. "The studio demonstrates our trademark anticipatory service. This significant investment further widens our lead in automating healthcare while bringing communications to consumers and patients. We are aggressively demonstrates our push to equip consumers and enable healthcare providers and employers to communicate using new mediums. The realm of possibilities is open-ended as we help our clients achieve success in reaching their key constituents."

Completed in less than ten months, the high-definition studio is fully outfitted with the latest technology including a full production Ross Vision-2 Broadcast Video Switcher with multi-level effects; which is one of the first five to be installed in the United States. Other equipment includes Panasonic AK-HC1500G Cameras, Telemetrics Robotic Camera Pedestals, a Yamaha Digital Recording Audio Mixer, a Harris Inscriber G3HD Character Generator, mobile presentation areas, a HD Doremi Video Server and Recorder, six Innovative Plasmas and LCDs, state-of-the-art post production equipment and live Web and satellite feeds.

The experienced team of studio technicians round out the studios offerings to meet client needs as they provide professional grade video editing, studio and field lighting design, videography, on-camera talent, voiceovers, directing and producing. The combination of studio and production expertise gives Benefitfocus the ability to fully produce, write, edit and distribute in-depth healthcare information.

"This studio gives us the tools we need to explain healthcare to patients and consumers like never before. We will use it to empower people to make better healthcare choices," said Nina Sossaman-Pogue, director of Benefitfocus Media. "While we continue to build on our capabilities, our ove
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