Horace Irwin Retires from ViewCast

ViewCast
Corporation, a leader in the design and manufacture of the world’s most
advanced media encoding products, today announced the retirement of Horace
Irwin, senior vice president of sales and business development at ViewCast as
of June 30, 2007. A search for his replacement is in progress.

In
accordance with new business initiatives, ViewCast is aggressively moving to
launch new products in new markets. “Horace has worked hard to build brand
recognition and visibility for ViewCast’s Osprey and
Niagara
product lines,” said Dave Stoner, president and chief operating officer of
ViewCast Corporation. “We appreciate all of Horace’s contributions, and wish
him well in the future.”

During the
past year, ViewCast implemented an aggressive strategy to introduce new cutting
edge products, promote existing product lines and establish strong strategic
partnerships with other OEM and VAR customers such as Multicast Media Technologies.
This spring, ViewCast introduced five new products including the Osprey-240, a
video card that combines PCI Express compatibility with professional analog
inputs to deliver high bandwidth capture for sports, entertainment, news, and
other high quality content distribution, and OSPREY-700 HD high-definition
video capture card. In addition, three new Niagara products hit the market,
including: the Niagara Pro which offers SCX software and EZStream buttons for
professional users; the next generation Niagara SCX Pro; and, the Niagara
GoStream Plus that delivers new, powerful, portable media streaming
capabilities for mobile and Internet media.

“This is
an exciting time for ViewCast,” Stoner noted. “With so many new product
introductions, sales continue to grow rapidly. While we will miss Horace as the
company moves into a new phase of expansion, the business relationships he helped
establish will make it easier for others to follow.”