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What is a Video Deposition?

Video Depositions are an effective way to coordinate the schedules of many depositon attendees into one meeting. Video Depositions typically include remotely based audio and/or video participants, videographers, and court reporters.

Advantages of a Video Deposition

Scheduling difficulties and travel costs can result in the exclusion of some witness testimony. Video depositions remove the travel barrier and can often help ease a scheduling roadblock. Quality DVD copies of Deposition proceedings provide a record of the events.

Disdvantages of a Video Deposition

Meetings rooms that are equipped with outdated video conference equipment and not supported by an expert technical team can fail to make all the networking connections to all Deposition attendees.

About TKO VideoConferencing

TKO VideoConferencing, a division of TKO Video Communications, is an industry leader providing high-quality, global video communication solutions for business and government. Services include video conference Business Meetings, Depositions, Interviews, and Special Events, event management, streaming, and broadcasting via satellite. Founded in 1995, TKO is based in Silicon Valley, with offices in San Diego, New York City and Washington, DC.

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