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WinkBall expands its citizen video network to India as reporters find out from Delhi locals their thoughts on the Commonwealth Games 2010

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With India into its first week of hosting the prestigious sporting event that is the Commonwealth Games 2010, the country and its people have much to celebrate and be enthusiastic about. Bringing economic vibrancy, social vivacity and cultural exuberance to the streets of Delhi, the people now have a sense of Commonwealth spirit within them and it is, the UK’s number one video website who have captured their passion for the games so far via the emotional power of online video.

Extending their network of reporters further worldwide, a team of local Indian citizens have been trained and recruited as citizen video reporters by WinkBall. Reporting at the heart of the Commonwealth action, WinkBall reporters will be speaking to locals in Delhi and finding out what the man on the street really thinks about the Commonwealth Games coming to India this year.

Through WinkBall’s exciting online video coverage of the games, fans will be treated to a fresh new insight into the Commonwealth Games and will see a different and stirring story of the event, one from the viewpoint of Delhi’s people. Spectators and local citizens will see themselves and others telling WinkBall what the Commonwealth Games really mean to them and how they have enjoyed the games so far. With a great deal of negative attention surrounding the event so far from traditional media outlets, WinkBall have shown the Commonwealth Games as what they should be truly appreciated and valued for; a grandiose sporting event that is enjoyed by all involved. Hundreds of local citizens so far have communicated happiness about Commonwealth Delhi 2010 and tapped into the real spirit of the games.

WinkBall has provided an innovative online platform for people to have their say and express their passion and pride for this year’s Commonwealth Games. With London 2012 only a few years away now, the UK will also be given a window of opinion of which to model the Olympics on in two years time as people will also be giving their thoughts on what lessons the UK can take from India in hosting a major sporting event. London, take notice!

Join in the celebrations and see the real story of this year’s Commonwealth games 2010 on at

Notes to Editors:

About WinkBall is a free, web-based, personal video communication service, which allows anyone to record, send and share videos with friends and family - privately. Users can also create and post content to video blogs and video walls for public viewing on the web.

Video messages delivered by WinkBall can be accessed anywhere, anytime through a web browser. WinkBall is also used by brands and organisations to share video content, which users can actively choose to watch and share.

All messages sent through WinkBall are supported by targeted five-second advertisements, which are played at the end of video messages. WinkBall is safe, simple and fun and makes video the best way to communicate online.

Established in London in 2005, the WinkBall Project team has evolved to become a leading player in driving the future development of online communication. Since its public launch in 2009 it has become the UK’s number one video website and spearheads a new genre of citizen reporting.

For more information, please call WinkBall’s PR, Shout! Communications:
John -- 020 7240 7373
Or Catherine -- 020 7240 7121

Or contact WinkBall direct:
info(at)winkball(dot)com -- 020 8962 3030
Head of Press:
jennifer(at)winkball(dot)com -- 020 8962 3030

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