Interactive Clubbing on [email protected]

Have you ever had one of those nights when you just wanna stay home and

chill on the couch, but you don't wanna miss out on all the action

at the club? Well now there is a way you can have your cake and eat it

too! Web TV channel's new [email protected] has established itself as your new portal to the world of virtual

vicarious clubbing, free and direct to your living room (minus the

overpriced drinks, you still have to get those at the club).

In addition to live broadcasts, podcasts and downloads available on the

site, video-tagging technology also allows people at the club to

personalize content and share their clubbing experience with their

friends via Facebook, Twitter, Myspace, etc. 

Members can also upload

and share their own videos, music and photos, providing a platform

where up-and-coming acts can broadcast themselves to the community

--and they'll certainly be giving Myspace a run for its money in that

regard. When this community takes off it could very well become the

social hub for worldwide electronic music enthusiasts online.

This summer [email protected] will be broadcasting from major international

events including the Ibiza opening parties, Creamfields, Love Parade,

Exit Festival, Queensday and Global Gathering. Four camera angles get

right into the action, providing a 360 degree clubbing experience with

all the festival atmosphere, minus the mud. So if the recession has

hindered your travel plans to the summer's big festivals, now you can

experience them from the comfort of your home.

You can sign up for Be At TV at and check out a number of videos from this past WMC -- the Tool Room Knights party at Space, Steve Lawler at the DJ mag party at the Shelborne, and Juice Beach at Nikki Beach, among others.

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