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Homeless World Cup live from Melbourne

Last Thursday we waved (a temporary) goodbye to Loft Project Manager and technical wizard Woody, as he sets off for Melbourne to manage a live online reporting operation throughout the tournament.

We’ve been busy over the last few weeks getting everything ready – with the home page featuring live match reports, photos, movies and user content, as well as round-by-round fixtures and results. We’ve plugged everything into Flickr and YouTube to reach a wide audience, enable fans to get their content on the homepage, and make the most of a tight budget.

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Date posted

3 December 2008


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