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Live multimedia broadcasts on the Big Island begin August 1st

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July 20, 2009, Big Island of Hawaii….. Big Island residents will be able to receive news, information and entertainment live and in real time starting 5:00 PM, Saturday, August 1, when Big Island Live Broadcasting Network (BILB) launches its premier broadcast via the internet on www.bigislandlive.com. The unified multimedia network will be using cutting edge technology allowing the home audience to call in and interact with the shows at (808) 987-8610 BILB Network programming will be aired on the internet, cable-TV and on Public Access stations throughout the state.

This will be a live interview on the subject of Depleted Uranium (DU), with Dr. Lorrin Pang. The live broadcast will be on Saturday, August 1, 2009 from 5:00-6:00 PM. The public and press will have the unique opportunity to ask Dr. Pang questions and become more educated about the possibly hazardous waste being found at Pohakuloa Training Area on the Big Island. The live show will be aired on www.bigislandlive.com and phone calls with questions will be taken at (808) 987-8610.

Depleted Uranium, and its possible hazard to the residents of Hawaii, have been an issue for the last four years since its discovery on Oahu. In July, 2008, the Hawaii County Council passed Resolution # 639 08 calling for the army to halt live-fire training on the Big Island until proper tests can be done and assess the situation.

The military has refused to comply and claim they have tested for DU and there is no contamination or threat to human life.

The Big Island Live Broadcasting Network is dedicated to the people of Hawaii, providing an outlet for multimedia coverage of breaking news and live entertainment on the Big Island of Hawaii.

To watch a short trailer of the interview, follow this link:

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