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Live Aid for Africa, with Bob Geldof, the first global concert of its kind.
A global television event to raise money and awareness for Africa that was interactive between London and Philadelphia with major music stars.
The 100th Anniversary of the Eiffel Tower in Paris
A live event with 5000 performers produced as a global television special. Vicki Lynn served as producer and was responsible for bringing in Radio City Music Hall productions to cover the global television production and distribution.
The World’s Largest Wedding Dress- at the World Trace Center.
A site specific global art project for the artist's Miralda's Wedding Dress that was 5 tons and 12 stories high for the Marriage of the Statue of Liberty and Christopher Columbus for the 500 Anniversary Celebrations. The Wedding dress was on display In The World Trade Center.
The Millennium Dome Event in London.
Millennium Dome in London that connected children at the Hanover World’s Fair with the EC, the UN and Dublin. The event was webcast to classrooms in over 100 countries. The video news release of this event was also broadcast worldwide, (500 students from 80 schools)
Good Morning Mr Orwell.
Good Morning Mr Orwell- Interactive broadcast between Pompidou Museum Paris and PBS Studios in NYC and SF
Sale of British Airways.
The first closed closed Circut live by satellite event.
The Who - The Final Concert.
The first closed-circuit rock concert: of The Who - The Final Concert - beamed into college campuses across the US.