Sunday, September 2, 2012

DNC to be exhaustively live-streamed

For everyone who can't be inside Time Warner Cable arena this week for the Democratic National Convention, the proceedings will be exhaustively live-streamed at, organizers said Sunday.

The feed will be available on desktop and mobile devices, and will be broadcast in Spanish and with closed-captioning as well.

Convention organizers also hope to get people around the country involved, including highlighting the some-4,000 watch parties.

On Thursday evening, as President Barack Obama makes his acceptance speech, will host a web-only special. Actor Kal Penn, a big Obama supporter, will interview big names including Marc Anthony, Elizabeth Banks, Aisha Tyler, Olivia Wilde, Fran Drescher, Zach Braff and Alexis Bledel.

--Andrew Dunn


Anonymous said...

A few of Baracks pals.

Anonymous said...

glad we've got plenty of dvds

Anonymous said...

I can't wait to elect Obama again. :D