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Linkin Park fans invited to spend holiday on Road To Revolution

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Story by Jack Foley

LINKIN Park is treating fans to a free holiday showing of the international broadcast version of their new concert DVD, Road To Revolution – Live At Milton Keynes.

The electrifying footage will stream for 24 hours, beginning at 12:01am on December 24, 2008 via the Linkin Park Media Player on

At the same time, Meebo will let fans discuss the new DVD in real time in the Linkin Park Meebo Room.

“We wanted to give the fans something special for the holidays,” says Linkin Park vocalist Chester Bennington. “The Milton Keynes show was a special concert for us and by streaming it online, we can share that experience with all of our fans around the world.”

The Linkin Park media player gives fans the opportunity to engage with Linkin Park content online through their own web sites and communities.

Viewers get instant access to exclusive content, and can enjoy a rich catalogue of live performances and music videos.

In addition to keeping in touch with the band, fans use the media player as a form of expression on their own sites, and as a communication tool among other fans.

Hosted on more than 20,000 sites across the web, the player empowers Linkin Park fans to own a piece of one of their favorite bands. The band will also use a Meebo Room to enable real-time social interactions between fans during the free streaming event on December 24.

Fans can download the Linkin Park Media Player, which will be featured along with the band’s Meebo Room, HERE

Linkin Park will also integrate the Meebo Room into on a permanent basis to let fans continue conversations about the band that began during the DVD showing.

During the broadcast, fans can also buy the double-disc CD/DVD Road To Revolution – Live At Milton Keynes package via the Linkin Park media player and receive a free limited edition Linkin Park poster.