Penn State Emergency and the Low-Frequency Voodoo

By Alexey Gavrilov on March 13, 2012

Zello push-to-talk debut at Penn State Beaver Stadium

When we rebranded in December, we thought Zello was a pretty great name. It was fun. It was accessible. It rhymed with Jell-O.  But Brian Bittner and Penn State Emergency are giving us a run for our money. They refer to the popular push-to-talk as, “The Low-Frequency Voodoo” (“L-F-V” for short). Why is that? Bittner explains, “Because it is magic that we can talk through our computers.”

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