The first official newsletter that will be distributed to Paralympic fans all around the world, labelled "Vancouver 2010 News", will provide a daily overview of the Games experience. Inside this publication will be various interviews with the people of the Paralympic Games, including athletes, officials, volunteers, family members, and spectators. Additionally, the IPC Media & Communications Team will be publishing stories directly related to the Games like competitions and results, as well as other cultural activities connected to the Vancouver 2010 Winter Paralympics experience. From 9 March, the newsletter can also be found at http://www.paralympic.org/Paralympic_Games/Vancouver_2010/Vancouver_News/index.html.
The President of the IPC, Sir Philip Craven, has already begun his own interpretation of the Games with a President’s Blog. Like in Beijing, this blog will provide an inside look at the president’s experiences, with the possibility to include comments below each entry in an open forum-like platform for the Paralympic community.
ParalympicSport.TV, the IPC’s official internet channel, will deliver the most comprehensive coverage of Paralympic Winter Games ever, with a live feed and videos on-demand of the Vancouver 2010 Paralympic Winter Games. Viewers from all over the world can be tuned in at www.ParalympicSport.TV. Check out the link below for the ParalympicSport.TV programme of the Vancouver 2010 Winter Paralympics!
Stay in touch with ParalympicSport.TV and get the latest news on the Vancouver Winter Paralympics by becoming a fan on Facebook at www.facebook.com/ParalympicSport.TV.
Additionally, the IPC has also done a facelift of its YouTube channel at www.youtube.com/paralympicsporttv. Daily highlights video clips will be posted here to keep YouTube visitors up to date about the Paralympics.
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