2012 Olympic Tickets To Be Given Away By Panasonic During Live Broadcast at IFA

Panasonic (NYSE: PC) will showcase its consumer technology live from the IFA trade show starting today and continuing through Monday.  The interactive broadcast will showcase solutions for networked AV products, 3D technology and digital imaging as well as green technology innovations.  Visitors to Panasonic’s website or Facebook page will be able to interact with Panasonic experts and view technology displayed via webcam.  The IFA Live Broadcast will include giveaways of Panasonic TVs and cameras, and for one lucky winner, two tickets to the 2012 London Olympics.

The Panasonic IFA Live Broadcast will be hosted by Patrice Bouédibéla, of MTV Germany, and will be broadcast daily from Friday 2nd September through till Monday 5th September between 2.00-6.00pm (CET).  Products showcased will include the latest Lumix G lenses, TV technology, and 3D broadcasting. Viewers of the Live Broadcast can post questions on the Panasonic Facebook page for a live answer.

Daily giveaways will occur throughout the conference.  Panasonic common stock traded slightly down on Friday morning. Panasonic’s website is at: www.panasonic.com.

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