Coachella 2007 Webcast

AT&T will once-again be webcasting from this year’s Coachella Music Festival. There isn’t any schedule posted yet but I’m sure they’ll hit the high points (meaning, Rage Against the Machine).

“Placing the obligation to respect one’s own symbolic significance aside for a moment, does anybody else see the irony in a band called Rage Against The Machine reuniting to headline a $250 music festival?” — well said.

AT&T Webcasts Coachella

  • Andrew_J

    did I say the blue room sucked???? just wanted to make sure it got another hit.

  • Andrew_J

    did I say the blue room sucked???? just wanted to make sure it got another hit.

  • Andrew_J

    make that 2008 as well.

  • Andrew_J

    make that 2008 as well.

  • Andrew_J

    make that 2008 as well.

  • Jennifer

    Hey, it doesn’t look like Prince is on the schedule, what’s up with that??

  • Jennifer

    Hey, it doesn’t look like Prince is on the schedule, what’s up with that??

  • Jennifer

    Hey, it doesn’t look like Prince is on the schedule, what’s up with that??

  • Jason

    I can’t speak for AT&T; but I run live content on different programs like myspace, BBC, Kroq etc and what it really comes down to is artist approvals. Believe me AT&T; is a monster and has a marketing team of pros that know what is good and what is not and the lineups are never first choice but what is approved. So I wouldnt complain to the people delevering the free content you get, but complian to the bands. The other alternitive which I am curious on what your opions are is a fee based webcast. If the bads you want to see agreed for a price, which they would, would you all pay 5 bucks to watch on line, or would you not have intrest?

  • Jason

    I can’t speak for AT&T; but I run live content on different programs like myspace, BBC, Kroq etc and what it really comes down to is artist approvals. Believe me AT&T; is a monster and has a marketing team of pros that know what is good and what is not and the lineups are never first choice but what is approved. So I wouldnt complain to the people delevering the free content you get, but complian to the bands. The other alternitive which I am curious on what your opions are is a fee based webcast. If the bads you want to see agreed for a price, which they would, would you all pay 5 bucks to watch on line, or would you not have intrest?

  • Jason

    I can’t speak for AT&T but I run live content on different programs like myspace, BBC, Kroq etc and what it really comes down to is artist approvals. Believe me AT&T is a monster and has a marketing team of pros that know what is good and what is not and the lineups are never first choice but what is approved. So I wouldnt complain to the people delevering the free content you get, but complian to the bands. The other alternitive which I am curious on what your opions are is a fee based webcast. If the bads you want to see agreed for a price, which they would, would you all pay 5 bucks to watch on line, or would you not have intrest?

  • Joe

    Darryl CADRE is a uneducated idoit. AOL does not own AT&T;, check your facts before you post useless garbage.

  • Joe

    Darryl CADRE is a uneducated idoit. AOL does not own AT&T, check your facts before you post useless garbage.