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Greeenpeace Concert goes Live on Ziln


Greeenpeace Concert goes Live on Ziln

The Greenpeace "Planet A" concert in Auckland's Myers Park on Saturday afternoon is going to make history!!

It will be the first New Zealand free public concert broadcast live over the Internet and carried on Ziln - New Zealand's internet television service. (www.ziln.co.nz)

Wherever they are in New Zealand, viewers will be able to tune in and watch the concert in high quality over the internet on Ziln.

“Planet A” is the culmination of the Greenpeace "Sign On" Climate campaign and features Midnight Youth, Op Shop, Kirsten Morrell and Don McGlashan, with Greenpeace Ambassadors Lucy Lawless and Keisha Castle-Hughes and MC Rhys Darby.

There'll also be a giant haka to challenge New Zealand's representatives going to the climate summit.

Multi-camera live coverage and streaming of the concert is being provided by e-cast live to the internet on Ziln from 2:30- 6:30 pm on Saturday afternoon.

And from Monday night the entire concert will be available to view on-demand for the rest of the year on the Ziln website - www.ziln.co.nz

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