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Live broadcasting by Salt + Light Television

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For the first time in the history of the CCCB, the Catholic television network Salt + Light TV broadcast live a number of the Plenary events, both on the Internet as well as on television. In all there were 12 hours of Plenary broadcasting by Salt + Light, including the daily Mass, the President’s report, the two presentations by Archbishop Le Gall and the closing of the Plenary. Broadcasting statistics show that more then 4,000 web visitors, from 10 countries, watched the live-streaming and repeats for a minimum of 17 minutes each. In addition, about 1,000 viewers visited the Plenary webpage on the Salt + Light website. These Plenary broadcasts can still be watched by accessing the Salt + Light video library at:

http://saltandlighttv.org/cccb/

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Last Updated on Wednesday, November 02 2011  
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