Internal Lan Video Conferencing

I have two offices where I would like to promote working together by having a constant live feed into the other office.  I'd like to set up two 40 inch TVs with cameras on top.  The idea being they will be a "window in the other office and promote interactions between staff without having to physically go to the other office.

A persistent skype connection would be the easiest, but in my neck of the woods our internet connection is not that fast so I'd rather the service work only on our internal LAN and have no effect on your internet connections.  

I can only find solutions that connect over an internet connection.  Any ideas for LAN based video conferencing that i could throw on to a TV somehow?
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colin911Author Commented:
LOL>  Never mind.  found this and tested it.  Virtually no impact on internet usage.

Skype needs to connect to the Internet to verify account information, and generate encryption keys. The Skype network is created by all of its users; it's a peer-to-peer network. Every computer connected acts as a client and a server. Once a Skype account authenticates online it can operate within your LAN. Since Skype uses the fastest connections available to it, it will remain within your LAN as long as all the users it's communicating with are within that LAN.

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Nadir ALTINBASElec.&Elctro.Engr.Commented:
and look for team chat video software app.
colin911Author Commented:
I found the solution
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