February 3rd, 2009 at 11:01 by Michele Husak in Press Releases


San Francisco, CA – February 2, 2009 – Internet Television leader Revision3 announced today that it will stream the BIL 2009 conference live at, giving the network’s Internet-savvy audience exclusive access to BIL’s original programming live as it happens, through a partnership with Revision3 and its hosting partner BitGravity. The TED-inspired un-conference begins immediately after TED ends – February 7-8, 2009 – in Long Beach, Calif.

“If you don’t get invited to the super-exclusive and expensive TED conference, you’ll have to spend a kilobuck to see the live stream – otherwise you’ll have to wait weeks and months to see what happened,” said Jim Louderback, CEO, Revision3. “Since BIL is the everyman’s TED, it made perfect sense for Revision3 and our friends at BitGravity to bring it to everyone around the world, free of charge and live while it happens.”

BIL is an open, self-organizing, emergent arts, science, society and technology conference for people changing the world in big ways. It is a place for passionate people to come together to energize, brainstorm and take action. For more information, visit

About Revision3
Revision3 is the first media company that gets it. Born from the Internet, Revision3 is the home of Internet Television, creating and producing shows for a new audience: passionate, committed fans who want to watch shows about technology, modern culture and music that entertain, educate and help to expand their life experiences.

The company was founded in 2005 by technology visionaries Kevin Rose, Jay Adelson and David Prager because they couldn’t find anything they wanted to watch on traditional television. The company is now led by Internet TV pioneer Jim Louderback. With more than 60 million views to date (and six million per month), Revision3’s programs can be found everywhere from Revision3 to a wide range of platforms, including iTunes, YouTube, Joost, Hulu, Viddler, Blip.TV and TIVO. Shows can be watched on any device, from a cell phone to an Apple iPod to a computer or a TV.


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