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Digital Relief - Show you're support for Red Nose Day 09
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Red Nose Day is now truly everywhere and this Red Nose Day features the first ever-digital Red Nose. Show your support for Red Nose Day by telling your audience about the range of digital ways they can donate. You can also host the official live Twitter updates on your site, embed a Comic Relief video or display one of the Comic Relief images.
There is still time to get a digital Red Nose - create one at http://www.digitalrednose.com and you can then place it on your Facebook, MySpace, Bebo and other social media profiles. Also available are virtual red nose gifts on Facebook and a lip synching, talking red nose on iTunes.
Below are a range of fun and engaging ways that people can show their support for Comic Relief online and to help raise millions of pounds for good causes, both in Africa and at home in the UK.
Further content is available on iTunes and includes the latest RND singles, the very best classic Comic Relief sketches from Ricky Gervais, Dr Who, Catherine Tate and Rowan Atkinson, Red Nose iPhone applications and podcasts.
Live Twitter Feed
Web Link: http://twitter.com/rednoseday2009
Download and buy the first ever digital red nose http://www.digitalrednose.com/
Buy the first ever Facebook Red Nose Day gift (Facebook only) http://www.facebook.com/giftshop.php?ref
Download the Dr Who, Ricky Gervais, Catherine Tate + more Red Nose Day classics (ITunes) www.itunes.com/comicrelief
Buy the first ever talking red noses & games for your iPhone/iTouch www.itunes.com/comicrelief
Download our two singles (Barry) Islands In The Stream & The Saturdays www.itunes.com/comicrelief
Watch Red Nose Day, The Apprentice, The Kilimanjaro climb and much more on TV http://www.rednoseday.com/whats_on
Notes to Editors:
Red Nose Day is on Friday 13th March and the theme this year is Do Something Funny for Money. By raising money for Red Nose Day, people can help to change lives forever. That's because Comic Relief spends all the money raised to give extremely vulnerable, poor and disadvantaged people in the UK and Africa a helping hand to turn their lives around.
Whether it's supporting orphans in Africa who've lost their parents to Aids, or helping older people in the UK who are abused by someone they should be able to trust - Comic Relief will use the money you raise to help people in desperate need.
To see all the latest Comic Relief news and for information about how you can ‘Do ‘Something Funny for Money’ visit http://www.rednoseday.com
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