Terra to Live Stream Planeta Terra Festival 2012

Kings of Leon, Garbage, Kasabian, Suede, Azealia Banks and Gossip are some of the bands that make up the roster for this sixth Planeta Terra Festival

Oct 18, 2012, 12:48 ET from Terra

MIAMI, Oct. 18, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- The 2012 Planeta Terra Festival will be live streamed by Terra via two channels that will broadcast the 14 concerts, during its sixth edition, beginning next Saturday at 12:00 p.m. ET at the Live Jockey Club of Sao Paulo, Brazil. Two broadcasts, one directly from the Sonora Main Stage and another from the Claro Indie Stage will allow viewers in Latin America, the U.S., and Spain to enjoy the acts of international artists Kings of Leon, Garbage, Kasabian, Suede, Best Coast, Azealia Banks, Little Boots, The Maccabees, The Drums, Gossip and Brazilian bands Mallu Magalhaes, Banda UO and Madrid.

Terra, a global digital media company and bilingual content producer with a presence in 19 countries, will broadcast this live stream using 12 cameras, seven of which will be installed on the Sonora Main Stage and five on the Claro Indie Stage. The structure includes two micro cameras in the upper part of each stage and two camera cranes to make sure that the audience does not miss a single detail, during over 11 hours of performances that can be followed via computers, smartphones and tablets.

Thanks to the two channels, spectators will not only be able to attend the concerts that will showcase rock and indie pop artists, but they will also play an important role in terms of social media. Viewers will have the opportunity to share their impressions and submit comments about the artists on stage while the concerts take place.

To watch the Planeta Terra 2012 Festival live, visit http://entretenimiento.terra.com/musica/planeta-terra/.

About Terra

Terra is a leading global digital media company that reaches a monthly audience of over 100 million people interested in entertainment, lifestyle, sports and news content. Terra's content is offered in English, Spanish and/or Portuguese in 19 countries across the United States, Latin America and Europe, across multiple screens and devices – including PCs, tablets, smartphones, smartvs and DOOH screens.

Chosen by Fast Company Magazine as one of the "2011 Most Innovative Companies" in the world, Terra has revolutionized the way people consume and enjoy digital content through internationally recognized products and services throughout its 12-year history.

In addition to breaking news on its portals, Terra's winning products and services include live broadcasting concerts via Terra Live Music on Terra TV, Sonora's digital music service and Sundaytv's film VOD service. Terra is also an innovator in live broadcasting major sports events, such as the Olympic Games, through multiple and simultaneous live channels in the countries for which the company has broadcasting rights.