This bold step has been to separate 'current' interviews to the data base of video interview.
'Current videos' are on the web site in five categories:
Susan Fuhrmann (Netball), Peter George (Cricket), Andrew Smith (Kookaburras)
Tim Wilson (YWAM), Jono Green (Youth Alpha)
Basil Sellers, Margaret Court, Ross Clifford
Young sports writers: Clayton Hinds, Rosie Timmins, Jeremy Dover
Baptist World Congress – 40 interviews from around the globe.
The data base of every other interview (120) is now housed on the SafeWorlds site.
SafeWorlds company President Alan Metcalfe in February 2009 offered Well-Being Australia's chairman Mark Tronson an opportunity to duplicate in Australia, the USA Missionary News Service hosted by anchorman Dab Wooding.
By June last year the Australian Missionary News IPTV was up and running. The first interview was with cricket legend Greg Chappell.
Mark Tronson followed the US model, a regular web site presentation along with a secure "Channel" on SafeWorlds IPTV (Television on the Internet). SafeWorlds IPTV is a secure e-business site with leading edge technology, the growing rage.
The Australian Missionary News IPTV web site is unable to handle an ever expanding load of interview videos, whereas SafeWorlds' technology is without limit, currently hosting these 120 interviews.
SafeWorlds software is free to download. Users determine their own password, and then follow the prompts on the attached flyer to view all interviews.