A two-way street

January 28, 2009 at 12:51 pm 1 comment

It’s good to see that the PSE group is not just streaming video from its website, but using it as a two-way street for communication.

According to an announcement yesterday, the Young European Dream conference will be webcast, and those young Europeans not in Brussels will not only be able to watch, but also submit questions via email and the live blog.

This is what makes the ‘digital’ communications so much better than watching something on TV or a TV channel on your computer – the two-way communications street.

Entry filed under: European Parliament.

The merciless internet EUtube watch continues

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