San Francisco, CA, June 16, 2009 --(PR.com
)-- Life On Line is proud to support two very worthy causes. The Friends Fighting Cancer who have tirelessly worked to raise money for the Relay For Life, a global cancer research fundraiser staged in the virtual world Second Life.
And Amnesty International has recently appointed the extremely hard-working Amy Cross as their global Online Coordinator to campaign in support of Amnesty International through the internet.
Both are featured in the current edition of Life On Line.
They also take a closer look at remarkable new virtual technology – a digital artificial intelligence called Milo, created by Lionhead Studios.
Life On Line’s latest edition from June 15th.
The cast also includes a practicing Psychotherapist whose online name is Dr Roman Candle. He covers a range of behavioral issues describing how people interact with each other in a virtual environment.
Virtual worlds Second Life, Twinity and Entropia Universe (Calypso) are well represented with dedicated correspondents reporting on each. There are guest comedians and musicians and interviews with people making news across the internet.
In social media style, content for the show is driven by viewers who can join the viewers’ group and offer their thoughts and ideas for content on the program and the future direction of the show.
Life On Line is free to any website including private blogs and personal websites.
Information is available at www.life-on-line.tv
Life On Line is an animated internet TV talk show about how we stay in touch, work and play, how we are entertained and informed - online. Life On Line visits virtual worlds and social networks. We showcase exciting new talent and talk to newsmakers across the internet.