media bus

media bus

A high-speed channel designed for transferring audio and video data. See VESA Media Channel.
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5m wide leader's coach with the traditional media bus, but it does not appear to have dented interest in the campaign.
Elsewhere, there were embarrassing setbacks, mostly during the first week: the green water that marred the diving and water polo events; the windows of a media bus shattered in an attack; foreign team officials and government ministers mugged in the street; volunteers who never showed up or just quit.
Security levels are on high following a controlled explosion in Olympic Park and attacks on both a media bus and the games' security chief.
Organisers' safety vow RIO 2016's organisers say they can "guarantee" the safety of everybody at the Olympics despite a series of alarming incidents, including an attack on a media bus on Tuesday evening.
SECURITY at the Olympics has been intensified after a media bus was attacked on Tuesday evening, although officials insisted shots were not fired in the incident.
Olympic media bus was allegedly attacked in Rio, leaving two scribes injured
Security was always a major concern and armed robberies on athletes and media as well as an attack with rocks on a media bus have only heightened fears.
By the time the media bus dropped us to our hotel after the match, the clock was close to 1.
10:30 am: Time to grab that Media Bus ride back to Boston.
The idea for this special report came out of the 2013 IES Annual Conference, where keynoter Ekaterina Walter implored the audience to get on the social media bus or risk being trampled by the changing nature of customer interaction.
Organisations and companies can hire vehicles, such as the organisation's media bus, which has computer and music facilities as well as meeting space.
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