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TiVoMe: Live Earth – The Concert Special

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Live Earth - The Concert SpecialFor those of you that were visiting the planet Mars during July, and didn’t get to catch Live Earth…you’re in luck. A two-hour Live Earth concert special will air tomorrow, Friday, September 28 at 8pm ET/PT.

Actually, I think this will be a great show. As compared to watching the concerts live, only the best of the best will make this show, and I’ll be interested to see what makes the cut.

It will also be interesting to see if it is just a “concert special”, or if the green theme will still shine through. The email I received from Live Earth assures me that it will: “Friday, September 28th, Live Earth – the global music event aimed at combating the climate crisis – will revitalize the movement of awareness about global warming that it began on July 7, 2007. As a result of Live Earth, millions of commitments were received from individuals pledging to make changes in their daily lives. Since the show, those individual commitments have continued to build and have inspired more people to take action.”

To find your local channel that will broadcast Live Earth – The Concert Special, click here.

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