Times Square, New Year's Eve, Broadcast Live on the Internet

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Ring in New Year's Eve 2009 on the Internet: Times Square Live Tonight

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Times Square Corporation and Mogulus Corporation team up on January 31 2008 to bring the world New Year's Eve for the first time ever, live on the Internet. Anyone with access to a Wi-Fi network, an iPod, or Internet connection can enjoy the New Year's Eve party in Times Square; live all night long.

The event starts at 4:00 PM eastern time on December 31, 2008 to 12:15 AM on January 1, 2009. Visit http://www.timessquare.com and tune into the fun!

Besides covering traditional topics on shopping, dining, and hotels, Times Square covers a wide range of "out of the box" activities and events throughout New York City. Reporters, contributors and writers are all encouraged to cover "out of the box" news events, art galleries, theater, old cinemas, historical hidden facts, controversial world matters, and other events not always covered by main stream media.

President, Lorenzo Tartamella and Vice President and Founder, Brooks Williams are promising great changes in 2009. Plans include partnerships with main stream media, live video feeds from Times Square, and radio show broadcasts. As the News Center of the world, forums will be open for NGO's and the general public to exchange ideas and discuss world issues like preserving water and our green planet, war issues, elections, and more. Times Square "The Cross Roads Of The World" will offer the planet what it needs; an open box discussion tool and a live daily crew to make it all happen.

TimesSquare.com is proud to announce that it will be working closely in 2009 with Mogulus.com which hosts a powerful live broadcast platform for the Internet. Producers can easily create live Internet television to broadcast anywhere on the Web through a single player widget. Unique features include the ability to mix multiple live cameras, imported videos clips, and overlay graphics. Producers can also broadcast live from a mobile phone; use a customizable flash player with integrated chat; and develop a branded channel. Visit http://www.mogulus.com for full details.

Media Contact:
Lorenzo Tartamella
Lorenzo.Tartamella (at) timessquare (dot) com


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