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Live Video: NetHui - 11 to 13 July 2012

From Wednesday 11 until Friday 13 July there will be LIVE streaming video of the NETHUI event from Sky Convention Centre in Auckland.

NetHui brings together the many different sectors and communities with an interest in the Internet to discuss the hot issues, network with each other, and provide a fertile ground for collaboration.

Webcast provided by thanks to InternetNZ.

Full webcast details (including four video streams with various bit rates) are at or see below.

Recorded video will be made available on

Room One – Plenary and other sessions


Welcome to the live webcast from NetHui 2012, held at Sky City Convention Centre, 11-13 July 2012. This is an event with multiple video streams available, covering the plenary sessions when everyone is in ONE room, and the break out "hui" sessions which take place in 4 rooms. There are also several events taking place during the evenings, some of which are being streamed.

Please select which live video you wish to watch from the table that follows. Recordings are being made available as soon as possible each day - subject to processing capacity.

For those viewers who want to watch everything, there is a matrix view available.

Wednesday 11 July

New Zealand Room 1New Zealand Room 2New Zealand Room 3New Zealand Room 4
Plenary sessionPlenary Sign Interpreter  
Globalisation & LawRuralHealthUp to Speed (infrastructure)
Globalisation & LawGovernanceHealthUp to Speed (human rights)
Globalisation & LawGovernanceHealthSocial Media
PlenaryPlenary Sign interpreter  
Trans-Pacific Partnership Meetup   

Thursday 12 July

New Zealand Room 1New Zealand Room 2New Zealand Room 3New Zealand Room 4
Plenary sessionPlenary Sign Interpreter  
Globalisation & LawOpennessCultureSafety & Security
Globalisation & LawOpennessEducationSafety & Security
Economy & BusinessAccessEducationCulture
Plenary sessionPlenary Sign Interpreter  
InternetNZ AGMCreative Commons Meetup  

Friday 13 July

New Zealand Room 1New Zealand Room 2New Zealand Room 3New Zealand Room 4
Plenary SessionPlenary Sign Interpreter  


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