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Sunday, July 10, 2005 

AOL Live 8 Coverage

I didn't watch AOL's coverage of Live 8 (because you know, i was sitting on a beach, drinking lots of beer and relaxing) but apparently it went really well:

(from latimes)
Unfortunately for MTV, its performance also was juxtaposed with a widely praised showing by AOL, which offered comprehensive coverage on its music website, AOL Music.

Ken Ehrlich, who produced the Live 8 show in Philadelphia and is a veteran producer of the Grammy Awards, said the AOL event would be remembered as a defining moment in online music consumerism.

"This is a template for the future," he said. "Not to negate the importance of television, but I really think the Internet generation has come of age and the numbers have multiplied to a point of real changeā€¦. AOL opened the door here and once it's open it ain't going to close."

Check out AOL's Live 8 Highlites page - its pretty impressive, has videos of every song that was performed..wow, I actually like something AOL did, its amazing:

AOL Live 8 Highlites

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