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Live Streaming #S17 and The Occupy Wall Street Movement

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The Occupy Movement is gearing up for it’s one year anniversary and Covert Contact is streaming video and discussions live on the Covert Contact Occupy Movement Monitor. Subscribers will find it under “Topics” on their main menu.

Subscriptions to Covert Contact’s array of over 100 topic monitors and 350 live social media streams are available for only $10 per month.

Covert Contact Monitors with Live Streaming Video

Covert Contact - Live Streaming Social Media IntelligenceOccasionally good quality video is available during significant events and we work to find and integrate that with our monitors when possible. We’re now including a small camera icon next to the monitors which feature video so that subscribers can find them quickly.

We currently have integrated video for the Occupy Movement and NASA Mars Rover monitors. Expect to see more of these appear during significant breaking events. We are always searching for new content and new ways to make it useful for our subscribers.

Curiosity Rover: Live Streaming NASA’s Mission to Mars

Covert Contact: Live Streaming Social Media Intelligence - NASA Curiosity Mars Rove

NASA is landing an enourmous rover on Mars Sunday night in what might be one of the coolest science missions of all time:

The 1-ton Curiosity rover, the heart of NASA’s $2.5 billion Mars Science Laboratory mission, will try to determine if Earth’s neighbor is, or ever was, capable of supporting microbial life. To help address this question, the six-wheeled robot is carrying 10 science instruments — and a wealth of high-tech camera gear.

Like its older Mars rover siblings Spirit and Opportunity, Curiosity comes equipped with cameras mounted on a head-like stalk (called the Remote Sensing Mast, or RSM), providing a point of view similar to what a person might experience. Unlike previous rovers, however, Curiosity’s imaging system — called Mastcam — has features that will offer a whole new look at Mars.

Covert Contact has a monitor that features three live streams and live NASA television. Subscribers will find it on their “Events” menu. This monitor will be available through the full duration of the mission.

Subscriptions to Covert Contact’s array of over 100 topic monitors and 350 live social media streams are available for only $10 per month.