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Groups will
provide online coverage of International AIDS Conference

Groups will
provide online coverage of International AIDS Conference

The International AIDS Society and the Kaiser Family Foundation announced a partnership between the two organizations to provide comprehensive online coverage of the 16th International AIDS Conference, which will be held August 13-18 in Toronto. Kaiser will serve as the official Webcaster for the conference, providing daily conference news on its Web site at "We are committed to ensuring that those not able to attend the conference have access to its contents through an online Webcast," said IAS executive director Craig McClure in a press statement. "In addition, the Webcast allows those at the conference access to a lasting record of conference proceedings."

Daily coverage will include:

* Live and tape-delayed Webcasts and transcripts of each day's sessions, including the opening and closing sessions, all plenary sessions, and selected other sessions and press conferences;

* English-, French-, and Spanish-language audio podcasts of select sessions;

* Slide presentations from select conference sessions;

* Daily narrated video highlights of conference developments;

* A free daily update e-mail providing direct access to the latest coverage;

* Special coverage of select conference sessions as well as news summaries from international media in the Kaiser Daily HIV/AIDS Report;

* Interviews with newsmakers and journalists to summarize conference developments. (The Advocate)

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