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Munich benefit concert for Transcendental Meditation reaches global audience via social networking and live streaming video
by Global Good News staff writer
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24 January 2010
Fans worldwide enjoyed watching online—via live streaming video—today's special benefit concert, 'Donovan and Friends', webcast 24 January 2010 from the Cuvillies Theater in Munich, Germany.
The concert was a benefit for Schule ohne Stress*—Schools without Stress—in Germany, to bring attention to the positive effects of the Transcendental Meditation Programme in education,
The live concert was webcast globally on Sunday, 24 January 2010 at 8:30 p.m. Central Europe Time (1:30 p.m. US Central Time).
The streaming video was available online at:
'Social media meets music'
Word of the groundbreaking 'Social Media meets Music' concert had spread around the globe in advance of the event, as it was promoted, documented, and featured on many social media platforms. News of the live online event was also featured on the singer's page on Facebook® and Twitter. Organizers encouraged people to invite their friends via Facebook, and to 'wish Donovan a good show on Twitter' (@DonovanOfficial).
Renowned filmmaker Dr David Lynch had a post on Twitter; an announcement of the concert was also posted on David Lynch Foundation Television (DLF.TV). Dr Lynch is founder of the David Lynch Foundation for Consciousness-Based Education and World Peace.
* For more about the historic concert and the Schools without Stress initiative in Germany, please see:
∙ and the Global Good News article: 'Donovan & Friends'.
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