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Live From Ostrava: Feedback 25/06/2010

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Feedback on “Live from Ostrava” is requested! This was the sixth “Live from …” blog which an IDSF Communications team published from a championship venue.

That this form of presenting competition coverage to DanceSport enthusiasts worldwide found acceptance is confirmed by the traffic it is able to generate. 5,000 unique visitors in but a few hours, 10,000 over two days, and several thousands more in the months to come – as is the case for “Live from Ostrava”! Additionally, the IDSF channel on The Sports Hub registers as many as 10,000 views per day through the "nearly real-time" reports.

The next blogs will go up after a summer break: IDSF Grand Slams and World Championships will again be their focus. To improve them  further, IDSF Communications invites you to provide us feedback by taking the polls here!