This weekend, the virtual and the actual meet as Caledonians gather in Stratford, Ontario, Canada for the First Annual CaleCon! Radio Riel is bringing you two events that will be broadcast live from the weekend festivities. Friday, August 29 —
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CaleCon Live Broadcasts!

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by Gabrielle Riel on Saturday, 30 August, 2008

This weekend, the virtual and the actual meet as Caledonians gather in Stratford, Ontario, Canada for the First Annual CaleCon! Radio Riel is bringing you two events that will be broadcast live from the weekend festivities.

Friday, August 29 — 4:30pm — 6:30pm SLT
Elrik Merlin and Soliel Snook broadcast for Radio Riel live from the CaleCon kick off event, the Loch Avie Cocktail party hosted by Eva Bellambi. Rik and Soliel will play a mix of Celtic music and interview CaleCon attendees!

Audio feed: http://music2.radioriel.org/live.m3u

• Due to technical difficulties, we were unable to broadcast live interviews with attendees during last night’s live programme. However, Gabrielle Riel will be recording interviews during the course of the weekend for later broadcast. Our apologies to those of you who were looking forward to them on Friday.

Saturday, August 30 — 6:30pm — 8:30pm SLT
Gabrielle Riel broadcasts live for Radio Riel from the CaleCon post-banquet dance. Edward Pearse hosts the in world dance at Coughton Court in Caledon Carntaigh. (http://slurl.com/secondlife/Caledon%20Carntaigh/84/172/25)

There will be dual video feeds for this event. Quicktime movie players in Coughton Court will play the feed from CaleCon, and SL will be projected on a screen in the dining room for the CaleCon attendees.

Audio feed: http://music2.radioriel.org/live.m3u
Video feed: rtsp://video.slserver.com:8110/live.sdp

Vivat Caledon!

• Special thanks from all of us at Radio Riel to Edwina Heron and Edward Pearse for providing our main stream programming while several other members of staff have been participating in CaleCon.

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