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Tibet launches Internet television for world to see Dalai Lama
Krasnoyarsk News, Aug 7, 2006
Lhasa, Tibet (China) -- Online lectures of Dalai Lama will be broadcasted in the Internet. Tibetan Diaspora located in India, where His Holiness Dalai Lama's residence is situated, launched its own Internet television station – www.Tibetonline.tv.
Tibetonline.tv. will provide most of its airtime to speeches and philosophic lectures of Buddhist spiritual leader both in India and abroad, Tibetan Culture and Information Center reports.
Opening of Tibetonline.tv was initiated by Tibetan Government which already had experience of Internet broadcasting of various events – from solemn public prayers about longevity of His Holiness Dalai Lama to everyday sessions of the Assembly of Tibetan Deputies.
One will be able to find a vast collection of feature and documentary films about Tibet and Dalai Lama in the Tibetonline.tv archive. There are also videos of his lectures at various conferences and forums.
Tibetonline.tv viewers will be able to watch a documentary about the life of Buddhist religious leader "Compassion in Expulsion", Dalai-Lama's speech at the Nobel Award ceremony, a big public prayer in Sakyamuni's enlightenment place - Bodh Gaya- and a lot more. The news volumes will be gradually increasing from weekly to everyday.