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Owl Labs and BlueJeans by Verizon Offer New Meeting Room Subscription for Companies to Conduct Hybrid Meetings

Owl Labs, an AI-powered 360-degree video conferencing company, and Verizon Business announced a partnership to bring affordable meeting room technology to organizations of all sizes with the BlueJeans Meetings + program featuring Owl Labs. Companies will soon be able to access Owl Labs’ hybrid meeting technology with BlueJeans Meetings video conferencing software in one bundle.

“One of the biggest challenges of virtual and hybrid meetings is ensuring that everyone feels included,” said Chris Lewter, VP and GM, BlueJeans by Verizon. “We believe the right technology can solve these pain points. We are excited to partner with Owl Labs to bring immersive, 360-degree hardware to companies of all sizes for an affordable monthly fee, to enhance our BlueJeans software for the hybrid workforce.” 

The Meeting Owl Pro is the first 360-degree camera, microphone, and speaker combined into one easy-to-use device. The device is powered by proprietary AI technology that automatically focuses on whoever is speaking. Using the Meeting Owl Pro with BlueJeans’ industry-leading audio and high-definition video conferencing software ensures that everyone is clearly seen and heard. 

“Most companies are vastly underprepared for the complexities of hybrid work, so they need to quickly and effectively overhaul their office spaces to ensure they’re meeting the needs of their hybrid teams as they reopen their offices this spring,” said Frank Weishaupt, CEO of Owl Labs. “Our partnership with BlueJeans by Verizon makes it easy and affordable to transform traditional conference rooms into fully equipped, inclusive video conferencing ecosystems, so both remote and in-room participants can collaborate and contribute.” 

The Meetings+ Bundle will be available for $39 a month. For more information on the Owl Labs and BlueJeans Meetings+ offering, visit


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