Others Live Earth concert goes online with MSN India, on air with Radio Indigo

Live Earth concert goes online with MSN India, on air with Radio Indigo

Author | exchange4media Mumbai Bureau | Friday, Jul 06,2007 9:13 AM

Live Earth concert goes online with MSN India, on air with Radio Indigo

Twenty-four hours of music and involving seven continents, Live Earth concert has got the world all excited. Though there will be no concert held in India, the country won’t miss out on the fun. Live Earth goes online with MSN India on July 7. Through MSN, viewers in India can access multiple concerts at any point of time. Unlike TV or radio, users are not restricted to one feed at a time and can watch their very own choice of artists as well as switch from one venue to another.

The Live Earth Interactive Map Mashup will help in figuring out the Live Earth concert venues location and also help in learning more about global warming hot spots. The users will also get tips, games and downloads on living a greener life. The portal will also have them win some Live Earth tickets on Soapbox of MSN Videos through Live Earth community on Spaces.

Live Earth will take place across seven continents and eight venues, including Australia, China and Japan. The event will feature well-known artistes such as Black Eyed Peas, James Blunt, Bon Jovi, Linkin Park and Madonna, among others.

Meanwhile, Radio Indigo is also gearing up to air the Live Earth concert. The radio station, which has exclusive rights to broadcast the concerts scheduled in different parts of the world, will air the concert in Bangalore and Goa on July 7.

RJs Geoffrey Thomas, Rohit Barker, Chindu Chandrasekharan, Ayesha D’Souza, Meghana Dhawan and Malavika will be linking with the different concerts across the UK, US, China, Japan, Australia, South Africa, and Germany.

Radio Indigo has previously captured all the excitement from concert venues of international artistes like INXS, Deep Purple, Iron Maiden and Aerosmith when they performed in Bangalore.

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