BBC gives second life to Radio One

The BBC is rapidly getting a reputation for ground-breaking forays into the new media space, and the latest, the “simulcasting” of the Radio One Music Festival within Second Life is a good case it point. According to the Beeb “has “bought” a virtual tropical island within the Second Life world, and the radio network believes up to 400 people will be able to attend the event with admission controlled by computerised bouncers.”

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