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Webcast studio adds real-time interactivity

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Yahoo! has bowed a Webcast studio to produce and deliver broadcast events over the Internet. The virtual studio allows Net events to be immediately archived, gives the set-up for viewers to be able to ask real-time questions and provides automatic detection of the kind of media player a Netizen is using to access the streamed footage. The studio was used by Digital Planet for the live Webcast of the post-premiere party of U’s “How the Grinch Stole Christmas.”

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