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Pilot for "Alinghi TV" to be launched

Pilot for "Alinghi TV" to be launched during ACTS 2 & 3 in Valencia

Lausanne, September 28, 2004 - Team Alinghi, Defender of the America's Cup, will launch a new internet webcast program (broadcast video over the internet) during its current campaign called "Alinghi TV".

The concept will involve an Alinghi specific "TV Schedule", where Alinghi followers and sailing fans worldwide can tune in to watch shows on different aspects of Team Alinghi - from out on the water to life on shore.

"For Acts 2 and 3 in Valencia, which begin October 5, Team Alinghi plan to pilot the concept with a race summary, analysis or interview each day following the racing at 5:30pm GMT+2, explained Bernard Schopfer, Team Alinghi Director of Communications. "Those who miss the live version will be able to view the broadcasts as a replay." Stay tuned for more information on "Alinghi TV" scheduling at

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