Parliament has gone live - with pictures - over the Internet. TVNZ began transmitting Question Time by streamed video over its nzoom.com Web site last week. The broadcaster says it will Web cast Question Time from 2pm to 2.45pm every Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday the House is in session. Streamed video is the ability to play moving images and sound on the Internet. The nzoom.com service is available to anyone with an Internet connection. The site claims to be the largest user of streamed video in New Zealand. TVNZ chief executive Rick Ellis says streaming video offers live coverage to Internet users and the ability to replay footage. He also hopes it brings worldwide exposure for the New Zealand parliament
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