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NATO Summit: 50 computers for 3,500 journalists

de Radu Rizea
Vineri, 28 martie 2008, 9:28 English | Top News

The 3,500 journalists that will cover the NATO Summit in Bucharest will have 950 offices and 50 computers made available. Organizers say there is no need for more computers, since many of the 3,500 accreditations are for the technical crews and, even more, out of the rest of journalists, many will use their own laptops. Another problem yet to be solved is putting up smoking areas

Except for computers, journalists will have access to wired telephony and printers. Journalists who do not use their own modem may connect to the existing wireless and cable networks. Cash machines and large LCD screens are already in place in areas where the press will use the offices. 16 rooms were prepared for press conferences. The most important briefings will take place in three rooms - C.A. Rosetti, Nicolae Iorga and Iuliu Maniu - where translation services are also available. Romanian public station TVR and Eurovision Broadcasting Union have exclusive contracts and will provide the other TV stations with live feeds.

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