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Announcement   Announcement : Amitopia TV 12th of July is on-line
   posted by AmiDelf2 on 13-Jul-2009 2:43:10 (2208 reads)
Newest Amitopia TV is on-line. You can either download it from the site or watch it all on Vimeo.



Program for 12th of July 2009:
20.00: Amiga News
Including Amitopia TV Events guide

20.10: Summerxtra
-guide show-
Transform summerpics
-music extra-
Rabbahdazzah - tutuj
Petr Kaderka - Intro

Download:
720x480 (276MB): Download
320x240 (83MB): Download

Stream on-line:
Vimeo


Enjoy watching and a happy summer to all.


Michal
    

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