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Not everyone can make it to Sydney, Australia for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade on March 3, but thanks to some exciting new technology, everyone can watch it.

 
Beginning Sunday, March 4, highlights from the parade will be available on the newly launched website mardigrastv.org.au—and before then, viewers can check out other content, including artist interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and other Mardi Gras surprises.
 
“We are ecstatic that this partnership between Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and Optus provides us with an amazing opportunity to share our LGBTQI Parade with a wider audience,” Mardi Gras CEO Michael Rolik said in a statement. “The digital medium is in-line with current viewing trends and means that people from small regional towns in Australia through to the biggest cities in the world can share in the unmatched excitement that comes with Parade. It will allow our community’s diversity and unified message of equality to shine across the world and we couldn’t be more pleased.”

Photo courtesy of Mari Gras TV

ANN_MARIE_CALIHANNA--2010_0895
Not everyone can make it to Sydney, Australia for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade on March 3, but thanks to some exciting new technology, everyone can watch it.

 
Beginning Sunday, March 4, highlights from the parade will be available on the newly launched website mardigrastv.org.au—and before then, viewers can check out other content, including artist interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and other Mardi Gras surprises.
 
“We are ecstatic that this partnership between Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and Optus provides us with an amazing opportunity to share our LGBTQI Parade with a wider audience,” Mardi Gras CEO Michael Rolik said in a statement. “The digital medium is in-line with current viewing trends and means that people from small regional towns in Australia through to the biggest cities in the world can share in the unmatched excitement that comes with Parade. It will allow our community’s diversity and unified message of equality to shine across the world and we couldn’t be more pleased.”

Photo courtesy of Mari Gras TV


Not everyone can make it to Sydney, Australia for the Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras parade on March 3, but thanks to some exciting new technology, everyone can watch it.

 
Beginning Sunday, March 4, highlights from the parade will be available on the newly launched website mardigrastv.org.au—and before then, viewers can check out other content, including artist interviews, behind-the-scenes footage and other Mardi Gras surprises.
 
“We are ecstatic that this partnership between Sydney Gay and Lesbian Mardi Gras and Optus provides us with an amazing opportunity to share our LGBTQI Parade with a wider audience,” Mardi Gras CEO Michael Rolik said in a statement. “The digital medium is in-line with current viewing trends and means that people from small regional towns in Australia through to the biggest cities in the world can share in the unmatched excitement that comes with Parade. It will allow our community’s diversity and unified message of equality to shine across the world and we couldn’t be more pleased.”

Photo courtesy of Mari Gras TV

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