IRON MAIDEN To Broadcast Upcoming Gig Online

The third night of IRON MAIDEN's forthcoming benefit gigs at Brixton Academy will be broadcast live on the Internet, and available exclusively at the group's official web site at The show will be broadcast live at 8:00 PM (London time) on Thursday, March 21st March, and will last approximately two hours. The live webcast will be available in Windows Media Player streaming format at the following rates: 28k audio only, 56k audio and video, 128k video and audio. There will be an archive available from 22nd March 2002 at 8pm on-demand, which will only be available for a period of 48 hours. There will also be a 300k broadband version available on-demand for the same period. The webcast is in association with Virtue Broadcasting Ltd., Europe's leading Streaming Media specialists.


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