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Vernissage TV: opening receptions and interviews on your iPod

11-09-2005 10:07 AM CET | Fashion, Lifestyle, Trends

Press release from: VernissageTV

VernissageTV: art openings on your iPod.

VernissageTV: art openings on your iPod.

Video Podcast VernissageTV provides insight into the social side of the world of art, design and architecture

Basel, Switzerland, November 9, 2005.

Being an art addict but having missed the opening reception? Vernissage TV can help you out. Relax and lay back on your sofa at home. VernissageTV takes you to opening receptions of selected art venues! With VernissageTV you meet the protagonists of the world of contemporary art, design and architecture. Simply subscribe to VernissageTV and you can view art, artists, curators, gallery owners and guests comfortably on your computer, iPod video or TV set.

The most recent episodes cover the 39th International Art Fair Art Cologne and art.fair exhibition for 21st century art with DiVA Digital and Video Art fair, Cologne.

VernissageTV is a video podcast that was founded in art city Basel, Switzerland, in September 2005. After a pilot phase and encouraging feedback by subscribers and critics, VernissageTV is now going online with its brand new website. The new website offers typical weblog features like “add comment” for users and special services like individual news feeds for exhibition venues and online magazines.

VernissageTV is featured in iTunes and can easily be subscribed to via iTunes and its podcast directory or the videocast's homepage at http://www.vernissage.tv/. All new episodes will be compatible with the iPod with video functionality. VernissageTV recommends iTunes to subscribe and watch VernissageTV but other RSS newsreaders or Video Podcast viewers can be used as well.

VernissageTV is an open, nonprofit network. VernissageTV is looking for correspondents all over the world who would like to contribute. More information on how to support or sponsor VernissageTV is available on VernissageTV's support page: http://vernissage.tv/blog/support/.

About VernissageTV
VernissageTV (VTV) takes you to opening receptions of exhibitions and events. VernissageTV provides insight into the social side of the world of art, design and architecture. VernissageTV is talking with artists, curators and gallery owners in a relaxed style. VernissageTV is a video podcast that is widely distributed through RSS. Episodes can be viewed on computer, iPod with video functionality and TV set. VernissageTV is an open nonprofit network based in Basel, Switzerland, with correspondents worldwide. VernissageTV is offering special services for exhibition venues. Website: http://www.vernissage.tv/.

Press contact:
Karolina Zupan-Rupp, contact@vernissage.tv
VernissageTV, Münsterberg 1, 4001 Basel / Switzerland
Phone: +41 61 283 24 55
Website: http://www.vernissage.tv

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