Nobel Prize Event to Go Live and on Social Media
You can watch the live stream of the 2012 Nobel Prize announcements as the news breaks on Nobelprize.org, the official web site of the Nobel Prize, with live coverage from official press conferences and exclusive interviews with experts, including alerts on social media such as Twitter and Facebook.
The 2012 Nobel Prize announcements within Physiology or Medicine, Physics, Chemistry, Literature, Peace and the Prize in Economic Sciences will be live streamed on Nobelprize.org.
The first announcement, for the Nobel Prize in Physiology or Medicine, is scheduled on Monday, 8 October 11:30 a.m. CET at the earliest.
Exclusive content such as interviews with members of Nobel Committees explaining this year’s awarded achievements will also be streamed live.
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Background information about the 2012 Nobel Laureates, their Nobel Prize-awarded work and official press releases from the Nobel Prize-awarding institutions will be immediately posted.
Directly after the Nobel Laureates have heard the news, Nobelprize.org conducts a telephone interview with them, capturing the Laureates’ first reactions about the news. Nobelprize.org visitors can post greetings or messages to the new Laureates directly on the website.
Nobelprize.org is managed by Nobel Media AB, the company responsible for managing and developing media rights in connection with the Nobel Prize.
Nobel Media aims to spread knowledge and interest in the Nobel Prize awarded achievements to a global audience, through digital and broadcast media, publishing and events.
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