SCI FI.COM FEATURES UNPRECEDENTED AND UNMATCHED LIVE DAILY COVERAGE OF COMIC-CON 2007
Special Broadband Coverage of Celebrity Premieres, Parties and Panels Including SCI FI Channel Original Series Battlestar Galactica, Stargate Atlantis, Eureka Who Wants to be a Superhero, Flash Gordon and Tin Man
SAN DIEGO, Calif. � July 26, 2007 � Beginning today, SCIFI.com, the world's largest genre entertainment site, will feature special coverage and exclusive content from Comic-Con International 2007 being held in San Diego, California from July 26 to 29. Held annually, Comic-Con is the largest convention of its kind in the world of comic and popular arts, with everything imaginable for fans of comic books, science fiction, fantasy, horror, anime, manga, graphic novels, animation, toys, collectible card games, video games, television and movies.
SCIFI.com's coverage will allow fans to "virtually attend" the convention through daily news summaries, video coverage, updated photo galleries and more. SCIFI.com will have five camera crews on site and six reporters positioned in key locations throughout the convention, providing the world's largest digital community a one-stop ultimate destination for total event coverage and information.
Craig Engler, Senior Vice President, SCIFI.com and SCI FI Magazine said, "Comic-Con is the biggest live event in the world for our audience, and this year we'll be there with wall to wall coverage during and after the show, in front of and behind-the-scenes at the panels, red carpets, premieres and celebrity parties. With cameras and reporters virtually everywhere, fans who can't go to Comic-Con will still have the opportunity to feel the excitement, get the scoops, and 'meet' the stars. And even for those who are there, our coverage will completely enhance the Comic-Con experience."
During each day of the convention, SCIFI.com will feature:
Live web updates and broadband video uploads throughout each day
Special video coverage of star-studded panels and events featuring SCI FI Channel's Original Series Battlestar Galactica, Eureka, Flash Gordon, Stargate Atlantis, Who Wants To Be A Superhero?, and the upcoming mini-series Tin Man
Video coverage of selected major panels, as well as exclusive interviews with the panelists of popular programs including Heroes and Bionic Woman.
Video responses to fan questions for SCI FI Channel stars
Image galleries direct from the convention floor
Online voting for the day's best costume
Fun videos of fans singing the Flash Gordon theme song by Queen
To access SCIFI.com's coverage of Comic-Con International 2007, log on to www.scifi.com/comiccon.
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