The Video Call Center in the News

Fox’s KUTP & KMSP announces new video-caller Pilot program enabled by The VCC. 

On Friday March 24th, Love911 makes its debut on Fox’s Phoenix and Minneapolis St. Paul affiliate stations, my45 KUTP & Fox 9 KMSP, at 8:30PM PDT. Catch a promo of the show on Fox10! For your chance to call in, visit

Palisades Company Creating New Genre of Television

A new Rockland video center may be the answer for broadcasters looking for a more reliable way to interact with a live audience.


FOX Television and the Video Call Center Sign Agreement to Collaborate on New Program Development

The VCC Brings Patented Video Caller Production Platform and Services to Development Project PALISADES, NY. February 23, 2017—The Video Call Center (The VCC) today announced it had signed a technology license and services agreement with the Half-Life Productions unit of Fox Television Holdings to develop programming in the new genre of video caller television. Read More

How the Video Call Center’s Tech Brings Talk Radio’s Format to TV

Broadcast Veteran Tom Wolzien Says His Patented System Makes Video Call-In Shows a Compelling Business Model 

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New Daily Show The Tea from the Video Call Center and Wetpaint Speeds Past Half Million Online Viewers in Just First Month in Production

Uses Exclusive Video Call-In Technology to Engage Audience by Connecting them with Their Favorite Celebrities

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Video Call Center and Wet Paint Partner to Develop First-of-Its-Kind Online Daily Video Call-In Gossip Show

Leading social publisher partners with technology innovator the VCC to create The Tea, connecting fans and celebs via ground-breaking live video call-in technology

December 5, 2016—New York, NY— The Video Call Center today announced that Wetpaint, one of the leading social publishers focused on celebrity and entertainment news, has selected the VCC to partner on production of its new live, five-day-a-week, online gossip program, The Tea. Wetpaint parent company FunctionX also licensed patented technology and production services from the VCC. 

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October 2016: Facebook announces The VCC as Video Solutions Partner & Broadcast Solutions Partner

The Video Call Center partnership with Facebook Live enables Producers to create live Social TV programs featuring video callers anywhere in the World. The Video Call Center today announced it has been accepted as a Facebook Live Media Solution and Broadcast Partner. The VCC provides media companies with a complete, one stop solution for creating unique, live, highly social programming featuring video callers from around the world. The first Video Caller Center produced show for Facebook Live, OMGOSS!P, began airing on the platform in July 2016.

Read more at TV Technology Broadcast Beat  MultiChannel Money News


September 2016: The VCC announces the immediate availability of Caller Queue™—the world’s first “Green Room in the Cloud”

Producers of Entertainment, News and Sports Can Aggregate, Select, Screen and Engage Thousands of Video Callers, Reporters and Experts using Any Video Call Application to Create Live, Hosted Call-in Social Television.

Read more about Caller Queue™ in TV Technology

Caller Queue™ is available as a stand-alone Cloud service or as part of a complete production package from the Video Call Center.

July 2016: VCC and SEAT Team Up to Drive Fan Engagement

The Video Call Center just announced that it has teamed up with the Sports & Entertainment Alliance in Technology, or SEAT to form a strategic partnership ahead of the upcoming SEAT conference in Las Vegas.  VCC has been chosen as the exclusive call in partner and VIP sponsor of this week’s conference and SEAT announced a new recurring program intended to deepen interactions within the SEAT Global Community using The VCC platform. 

Read more at PR Web

July 2016: OMGossip launches on Facebook Live 

OMGossip Brings Celebrity Video Chat and Gossip to Facebook Live Using VCC Production Technology Tv Technology

Powered by VCC Remote-by-Smartphone and Host Control Technologies, OMGossip Lets Celebrities and Fans Join Live Video Talk Show from Any Device, Anywhere Broadcast Beat


April, 2016: Tegna’s Second Round Investment

Tegna Media Taps Video Call Center for Live Video Call-In Services Broadcast & Cable

It’s appointment television for the selfie-generation Cynopsis Media

Tegna Doubles Down On Video Call Center TV Newscheck

December, 2015: Clearcom Provides New IP Based Intercom

Clear-Com Provides New Intercom Systems to Video Call Center

October, 2015: Video Call Center Expands Digital Access For Its Unique Video Call-in Programming – Producers, Content Creators Can Use Any IP Video Providers

NEW YORK, Oct. 15, 2015 /PRNewswire/ — The Video Call Center (VCC), a video technology and content company jointly owned by Wolzien LLC and TEGNA Media (NYSE: TGNA), today announced the expanded capabilities of its revolutionary new programming format that takes advantage of ubiquitous webcam/digital video technology to create live video call-in shows. Producers of programs with video callers now have a choice of IP Video providers from Skype™ to FaceTime® and many in between. And callers gain greater flexibility to contribute via smart phones, tablets, and computers.


October 2015: KUSA Launches Post-Debate Call-in Show

TEGNA station taps Video Call Center for post-GOP debate show

June 2014: Initial Patent Granted

TV veteran Tom Wolzien’s Video Call center differs from from ordinary approaches to viewer or field reporter call-ins to live programming is that the host — not a producer running a traditional production switcher — runs the show, choosing which and how many Skype callers to put on air.

Tom Wolzien Receives U.S. Patent to Enable New Genre of Live Talk Television Programming

Skype-Based Patent Clears Way For Low-Cost, Caller-Based Talk TV

Wolzien Gets Patent for Caller-Based Talk TV

Tom Wolzien Gets Patent for Video Call Center: New Breed of Television?

Wolzien Nabs Patent For Video Call Center

March 2013: Technology Revealed to the Public

Former Cable Analyst Tom Wolzien Chats Up Viewers on Skype Call-In