Live Internet Simulcast, produced by Exorbis Studios. Although this is an invitation-only event, you can join a cast of fascinating figures from the Silicon and Napa Valleys via the Internet. Stay tuned to www.cafecoppola.com, where the simulcast will go live on Friday, October 13 at 7:00 PM, PST.
In Palo Alto for the grand opening party of the Niebaum-Coppola Store and Cafe, located at 473 University Avenue, in conjunction with a fundraiser for College Track. Francis Coppola will be at the Palo Alto location, along with many Silicon Valley luminaries, including Steve and Laurene Powell Jobs, who are working with College Track on this special event.
Eleanor Coppola will be based at the Niebaum-Coppola winery in Napa Valley. The latter location is where the second camera will be during the simulcast; the cameras will be switching back and forth between the two. At the winery, the festivities not only are benefitting College Track but also are helping to celebrate the winerys 25th anniversary.
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More about College Track:
College Track is a not-for-profit organization whose mission is to help self-motivated students transcend socio-economic constraints in order to realize their academic potential. To learn more about this worthy charity, please send an emailto: email@example.com.
Exorbis is a new media studio, producing unique and original programming for television and the Web. Its content ranges from short format vignettes on various lifestyle topics, brought to the viewer by a range of experts and interesting celebrities, to full length live programming, such as the Coppola simulcast. Exorbis first worked with Niebaum-Coppola in the fall of 1999, when it produced the first ever live, interactive video wine tasting, webcast from the Niebaum-Coppola vineyard. The tasting was hosted by Coppola winemaker Scott McLeod and New York Times wine writer Frank Prial. Among the other webcasts created by Exorbis was a live program from the Tokyo fish market hosted by Martha Stewart and chef Nobu Matsuhisa.