iiNet streams 2012 Mildura Country Awards
3 October 2012 - iiNet will provide a live video stream of the 2012 Australian Independent Country Music Awards for free this Saturday night as part of its sponsorship of the Mildura Country Music Festival.
Dubbed the 2012 Southern Stars, the 15th Australian Independent Country Music Awards is a highlight of the annual Mildura Country Music Festival, which brought more than 12,000 visitors to the town last year.
The Southern Stars awards evening will feature an impressive lineup of performers including Allan Caswell, Camille, Slim Newton, Chris E Thomas, Stephanie Jansen, Luke O’Shea, Bob Corbett, Kaylee Bell, Dean Perrett, Rod Dowsett, Kalesti Butler, Emma Barlow, Graham Rodger and Mitchell Shadlow.
The full list of Southern Stars awards finalists can be found at www.milduracountrymusic.com.au
As part of its naming rights sponsorship, Australia’s leading challenger telecommunications company, iiNet, will provide a live video stream from the gala event in Mildura to its Freezone portal at http://freezone.iinet.net.au.
If you can’t get to the Mildura Country Music Festival, visit http://freezone.iinet.net.au at 5.30pm on Saturday 6 October when the Southern Stars live stream will start. This content is unmetered for customers of iiNet, Westnet, Netspace, TransACT and Internode.
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