Watch the live Soulsavers interview today at 12pm PST LIVE from the Bebo.com Offices in San Fransisco.
Soulsavers are an English production and remix team comprised of members Rich Machin and Ian Glover.
They have released two albums, Tough Guys Don’t Dance in 2003 and It’s Not How Far You Fall, It’s the Way You Land (with Mark Lanegan and others) in 2007.
The pair are also making headway as film score composers, with a portfolio of work that includes 2 feature documentary’s for the GNN group.
Their song ‘Revival’ was featured on the November 22 episode of Grey’s Anatomy, ‘Crash Into Me’ Part 1.
For more information on the Soulsavers, check out their Bebo profile:
Politics Returns to Ustream Tonight with several Republican candidates streaming live during and after the CNN/Youtube Debate. One noted is Governor Mitt Romney who is picking up steam in the Republican polls.
Also tonight, Congressman Dennis Kucinich will stream his Town Hall On The Constitution starting at 8pm EST.
We continue to believe strongly the impact of live video on the political landscape. Bringing more information to voters, more interaction with candidates and more live events allows you to make a more informed decision.
See this recent Mashable article on Ustream and politics: Youtube And Ustream Go Political
Also, Senator Barack Obama streamed his Open Discussion On Foreign Policy yesterday. If you missed it, check it out here:
Over the past year, Ustream has been witness to numerous high profile political figures from Hillary Clinton to the Former President of Ireland. We recently witnessed Mike Gravel’s Anti-Debate on Ustream after he was not allowed to participate in the national event on MSNBC.
As impressive as the national events are, I’m most intrigued by the use of Ustream in local politics. This past week, the SB Sun Newspaper did live commentary around the election results for two precincts in San Bernardino, California. People from the local area were encouraged to watch and take part as the election results rolled in through midnight. Although I knew little about the candidates and the specific political climate in SB, I witnessed local democracy in action and actually enjoyed it.
As the barriers to stream come down (and they will people!!!), I know we’ll see more small towns around the country doing similar streams.
See the full election night coverage here:
Tonight NBC hosted a Democratic debate live from Drexel University. Presidential candidates Chris Dodd, Dennis Kucinich, and Mike Gravel took the opportunity to have their staffs stream live and even stream themselves.
Congressman Dennis Kucinich spoke for nearly 20 minutes with the hundreds tuning in on Ustream, taking questions from the chatroom. Senator Chris Dodd’s staff streamed live from their Campaign War Room giving us a inside look into the behind the scenes in presidential politics.
Whatever your political affiliation, get involved. Its your civic duty!