BBC unveils first ‘digital’ Glastonbury


From MusicWeek:

The BBC is promising the first truly digital Glastonbury with live coverage from across six stages and available on multiple devices.

It will be part of what is being billed as a truly co-ordinated effort by the Corporation with 250 hours of coverage and more than 120 performances featured from the June 28 to 30 festival on four BBC TV channels, four rado stations and a multitude of digital platforms. This will include live streaming from the main stages plus a revolving camera following BBC presenters backstage interviewing artists.

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