Live@, LiveOnTheNet Announce New Agreement

Posted on September 1, 1999

A recent agreement between Live@ and LiveOnTheNet aims to help web surfers find the content they're looking for. In this arrangement, LiveOnTheNet will provide Live@ with content in the form of audio and video streaming events such as radio and weekly shows. The content from LiveOnTheNet will be showcased in the Live@TV section of the Live@ website.

"We recognize the wide variety of quality events and programming that LiveOnTheNet provides," Live@ says. "We are extremely pleased and proud to feature content from LiveOnTheNet in a more prominent position on our site." LiveOnTheNet president Tim Erwin echoes this sentiment. "We are thrilled and excited to be selected by Live@ and to have our content featured in the Live@ streaming guide," Erwin says.

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