Christian Artists' `January Jam' Comes to the Internet; North Carolina Concert to be Webcast at LiveOnTheNet.com.
HUNTSVILLE, Ala.--(ENTERTAINMENT WIRE)--Jan. 19, 2000
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The concert takes place January 21 at 6:30 p.m. ET. All viewers need for a front-row seat is a ticket available by clicking the Register button at http://www.liveonthenet.com. The concert is one in a series of eight held throughout the month in various locations. Billed as the "$5 Festival," January Jam is absolutely free for Internet viewing.
"LiveOnTheNet.com's webcast of the January Jam is a unique opportunity to bring this inspirational music festival to viewers worldwide," says company president Tim Erwin. "We are pleased to have another opportunity to partner with Christian Pirate Radio pirate radio n (BRIT) → emisora pirata
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The concert webcast is a partnership between LiveOnTheNet.com and Christian Pirate Radio. January Jam is promoted by Premier Productions, at http://www.premierproductions.com/.
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LiveOnTheNet.com (http://www.liveonthenet.com) is one of the Internet's premier multimedia entertainment destinations and hosts multiple communities of content, or "channels," which serve streaming video and audio in RealNetworks' G2 format. The Huntsville, Alabama based company reaches a diverse audience viewing music, sports, learning and movies on the Internet.