Naked News Anchor Attends Winter Music Conference; Lily Kwan Interviews Artists, DJs, Music Lovers in Miami Beach.
"Our viewers are cutting edge in terms of music and entertainment, and some of the hottest players will be at the Winter Music Conference," said Kwan. "As well as music industry insiders, I am eager to interview the general public and report back to our audience."
Ms Kwan will interview the general public for her "Naked in the Streets" segment. "I'll interview the public out on the streets to learn their thoughts on a variety of newsworthy topics," she stated, "Naked in the Streets is always entertaining, often controversial, but never boring" said Kwan.
About Naked News:
Naked News made its debut as an Internet broadcast in December 1999. The unique program features a cast of naked anchors reporting on current events, sports, business, lifestyle and entertainment. A Canadian broadcasting success story, Naked News is one of the most popular sites on the Internet and is broadcast on television in the United States, Canada and Australia.
About Lily Kwan:
Lily Kwan joined the Naked News in June 2001 and covers arts, entertainment and lifestyle beats for the television and Internet broadcaster. Lily has interviewed celebrities and newsmakers from around the world and does so in her own inimitable style.
Naked News (http://www.nakednews.com/) and its intellectual property are owned by eGalaxy Inc. and managed by its fully owned subsidiary, eGalaxy Multimedia Inc. Naked News TV! Is a weekly television program available to 22 million homes on Pay-Per-View and two million homes on specialty cable. Naked News is seen in more than 185 countries. Naked News programs are cable and satellite ready, available for licensing and foreign-language distribution and adaptable to the world of wireless media including PDAs and the latest generation of cellular telephones.
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