eveant.com: Lights, camera, action!

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eveant.com, the Luxembourg WebTV community show, was created in September 2008. March 2009 saw not only the celebration of the show's 6 month birthday but also the launch of its new and improved website. The show is entirely community oriented. Max Hochmuth, one of eveant's WebTV stars had an idea of a TV show but one that would be distributed via the internet. The name reads how a Luxembourger pronounces the word 'event'. It is also a play on words - 'eve and 'ant'. Ants from highly organised colonies; they are the ultimate social insects, working together in a meticulous community system. eveant.com is about community an is focused on the public, allowing them to interact with the show, the website and other social networks. Visit the new eveant.com

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