As the exclusive online media partner for Live Earth, MSN has unveiled a new, enhanced LiveEarth.MSN.com Web site. As part of this new site, beginning today, people around the world can download a free, new Madonna song, Hey You, written exclusively for the Live Earth concert series and available only on MSN.com. Live Earth, a monumental music event, will bring together more than 2 billion people to combat the climate crisis. The concerts will be streamed live on July 7 (7/7/07) at http://LiveEarth.MSN.com.At MSN, we want to offer people amazing media experiences, like this exclusive song from Madonna and our Live Earth site, that not only inspire, but entertain, said Joanne Bradford, corporate vice president and chief media officer of MSN. As the exclusive online partner for Live Earth, we are able to give our 465 million monthly users an exciting and interactive experience that will educate people about climate change and encourage people to take action.
Madonna’s new song, Hey You, inspired by the upcoming Live Earth series of concerts, is now available to download exclusively on MSN.com and LiveEarth.MSN.com. MSN is pleased to offer this song in conjunction with Madonna and is proud to donate 25 cents for each of the first 1 million downloads to the Alliance for Climate Protection, in support of Live Earth. The new song will be performed live by Madonna on 7/7/07 during the Live Earth concert at Wembley Stadium in London.
Live Earth is about engaging a global audience with tools to tackle the climate crisis, and MSN plays an instrumental role in helping Live Earth reach its unprecedented audience, said Kevin Wall, Live Earth founder and producer. LiveEarth.MSN.com is the only place where people can join our movement anywhere, anytime.