METALLICA: 'Rock In Rio' TV Broadcasting Rights Secured

June 4, 2004

METALLICA's performance at this year's Rock In Rio festival in Lisbon, Portugal on June 4 will be included in a broadcast to more than 45 countries via several television channels.

The interest demonstrated by the viewers in what concerns Rock in Rio-Lisboa led these channels' responsible teams to assure that the best moments of the festival will reach the entire world. The audience is guaranteed for the channels that purchased these broadcasting rights and that presently lead the audiences rate in those countries where they are present, including CBS (USA),NTV (Japan) and Channel 4 (United Kingdom).

All the channels that purchased the broadcasting rights will offer to the viewers images of Rock in Rio-Lisboa via daily programs lasting one or two hours, as well as via some special programs all along the Summer.

For more info go to the official Rock In Rioweb site.

(Thanks: The 4 Horsemen)

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