Oxegen 2008 - Broadcasting Rights

Broadcasting Rights

MTV was the official live broadcast partner for Oxegen '08. MTV's coverage of Oxegen '08 premiered with the OXEGEN Festival Weekend on 2 August – 3 with over fifty hours of programming across MTV's portfolio of channels, including MTV Two, VH1, MTV Hits, MTV One and TMF as well as support from http://www.mtv.co.uk .

2fm and 2XM broadcast over fifty hours of music during the three days of the festival. Jenny Huston, Jenny Greene, Cormac Battle, Dan Hegarty, Dave Fanning and Mr Spring presented radio coverage of the event. RTÉ 2XM WebTV also made a debut at Oxegen.

Other broadcasters present at Punchestown included Spin 1038, FM104 and Phantom FM.

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