/ by Jeff Greene
Just a few more hours… Make plans to watch by choosing one of the many options below.
UPDATE: View the Pangea Day highlights here.
What’s on the program for Pangea Day?
Pangea Day is a 4-hour program of short film, live music and talks. You can find the lineup of films, musicians, and speakers at http://www.pangeaday.org/.
How can people watch Pangea Day?
There are 7 ways to watch the Pangea Day program on May 10, 2008:
At a Friends of Pangea Day event: Watch the program at locally organized Friends of Pangea Day events around the world, from a large Berlin theater to a bedouin camp in the Sahara. Find the full listing of events
On television : Broadcasters around the world will carry the live program on May 10, 2008. List of Broadcasters
Online: We will be streaming our broadcast online at http://www.pangeaday.org/.
At one of six live broadcast locations: Pangea Day will be broadcast live from Cairo, Kigali, London, Los Angeles, Mumbai, and Rio de Janeiro. Tickets are available to some of these broadcast locations. Find more here
Via commercial satellite: We will be beaming our broadcast via broadcast satellite around the world. Some approved venues with commercial downlink capabilities will be able to receive the broadcast this way. (Note: This broadcast cannot be received on home satellite dishes.) Contact firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
By mobile phone: Watch Pangea Day on your phone via Nokia’s new video-sharing site, OVI.com/pangeaday. Nokia, Pangea Day’s Global Partner, will also distribute free video-enabled devices in some communities of need.
In a movie theater: Cinemas around the world will carry the Pangea Day program live in digital projection. A few theaters taking part: Bryn Mawr Film Institute near Philadelphia; Cinema Paradiso in Fort Lauderdale, FL; Cinema Nova in Melbourne, Australia … learn more