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Sunday, 08 July 2007 13:58

Live Earth via MSN

Written by Fudzilla staff

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More than 10 million viewers

 
Yesterday's Live Earth event was broadcast to more than 10 million viewers across the net by 3 p.m. EDT.

MSN claims the live webcast was as stunning succes, and the audience is expected to grow even further.

According to the press release on-demand footage of all performances, along with artist interviews, backstage footage, easy searching capabilities for specific songs, artists and more, will be available from all eight official concerts atLiveEarth.MSN.com for the next several weeks.

"History is being made today", said Joanne Bradford, corporate vice president and chief media officer of MSN."The over 10 million streams MSN has delivered so far today represent a milestone in live Internet broadcasting."

The MSN service currently has around 465 unique visitors per month. It's a strange world out there, an entertainment event featuring Al Gore got 10 million viewers and set a new record. Anyway, great show, great idea, good luck guys and keep it up !

Last modified on Sunday, 08 July 2007 22:36

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