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MarchingTVChannel to provide Live Video Feed of Youth In Music Finals

For Immediate Release
Oct. 22, 2007 to Broadcast Streaming Video of Youth in Music Final Live from the Metrodome in Minneapolis

Coverage Begins October 27th at 11:00am as 20 Bands from Six States Compete in Rapidly Expand Marching Event

Waukesha, WI –, in partnership with Youth In Music, announced plans to provide live stream video coverage of the Youth in Music Competition Oct. 27, 2007 at the Metrodome in Minneapolis. and Youth in Music are making this live broadcast available at no charge to family and friends of the competitors and others interested in Marching Arts. All interested viewers need to do is go to the web site, follow the link the streaming broadcast, and watch their favorite bands perform.

"I'm very excited about Youth in Music collaborating with for this event,” said Brent Turner of Youth in Music. “The synergy created within this relationship will help both organizations reach an ever greater audience while also expanding musical education materials to band directors and their students."

The live steaming broadcast will feature multiple camera angles and give viewers a television-quality experience in viewing both the prelims and the finals. All that is required to view the broadcast is a PC with a high-speed internet connection and the free Windows Media Player.

“This will be an exciting competition, which has enjoyed tremendous growth in its first three years,” said Mark Fralick, president of “We’re very pleased to be able to use our advanced streaming video capabilities to bring this event to those unable to make it to Minneapolis in person.”

For more information, viewers can visit either, or the Youth in Music web site (

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