Internationally Acclaimed Actress And Humanitarian Mia Farrow Joins Paltalk World's Largest Online Video Chat Community for Live Discussion Open to Public

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Patented Technology Allows Global Audience to See, Hear, Talk, and Text in Real-Time in Live Voice- and Video-Enabled Chat Rooms that Hold Thousands

Paltalk, the largest online video chat community with more than four million active members, today announced internationally acclaimed actress and humanitarian Mia Farrow will chat live on News Talk Online at 5pm EST on Monday March 5, 2007. News Talk Online is Paltalk's interactive multimedia news program that allows a global audience to see, hear, talk and text with each other and the host in real-time.

Farrow became an UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in September 2000, helping to support the eradication of polio, a disease she suffered from as a child. Since 2000, Ms. Farrow has campaigned for children's rights around the world, traveling extensively to Africa on behalf of UNICEF. In 2004 and 2006, Ms. Farrow traveled to Darfur, witnessing first hand the devastating impact of the civil war there on women and children.

New York based Paltalk was founded over 8 years ago and survived the first Internet bubble becoming a profitable company by offering quality communication products for personal and professional use. Paltalk is the only program in the world that provides users the ability to create video- and audio-enabled chat rooms that simultaneously hold thousands of people. Paltalk was the first company to launch an Instant Messenger with video and voice capability combined with an online buddy list. Over the years, Paltalk has grown to become one of the most popular online services with more than 50 million downloads accounting for eight billion voice minutes per year.

For more information please visit: http://www.paltalk.com/newstalk.

Who
Mia Farrow became an UNICEF Goodwill Ambassador in September 2000, helping to support the eradication of polio, a disease she suffered from as a child. Since 2000, Farrow has campaigned for children's rights around the world, traveling extensively to Africa on behalf of UNICEF. In 2004 and 2006, Ms. Farrow traveled to Darfur, witnessing first hand the devastating impact of the civil war there on women and children.

When
Monday March 5, 2007
5pm EST.

Access
For media interested in participating or listening to Mia Farrow on News Talk Online,
please contact Philip Ramirez at (212) 780-0200 x. 103 to arrange for access or follow
the instructions below:

1. Download and register for a free Paltalk Messenger account at http://www.paltalk.com
2. Before the chat starts, open your Paltalk Messenger.
3. Click on the Chat Rooms Tab.
4. News Talk Online will be listed under the Featured Chat Rooms section.

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