Thursday, April 5, 2007

SL-SPAG Radio talks to the world!

Second Life SP Adopters' Group (SL-SPAG) has set up an internet radio station to complement its meetings in the on-line virtual world. This is great for people who don't think Second Life is for them, or don't have the technology to access it.

There is over 3 hours of material on the radio loop, with regular updates. This includes presentations by John Bunzl, the recent policy forum on climate change at the UK Parliament, past radio interviews and reports on the policies that SP Adopters are talking about. The Second Life meetings have attracted people from North America, Europe, Australia, Brazil, China and New Zealand.

The radio station is also reaching an international audience. The stats show listeners from:
USA, UK, Canada, Japan, Germany, France, Sweden, Argentina, Netherlands, Australia and Italy.

Spread the word by directing people to Luzo Orbit's blog at:

And vote for SL-SPAG to receive a New Media Award for innovation at:

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