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There will be a limited number of press passes available for the conference, to ensure your place please fill out and submit the Press Registration Form as early as possible.

  • Contact Details
  • Audio Releases
  • News Releases
  • Press Releases

Contact Details

For media-related questions about the conference, please contact:

Joyce Lewis

+44 (0)2380-595453
Postal address
WWW2006 Conference Office
Electronics and Computer Science
University of Southampton
SO17 1BJ
United Kingdom

Audio Releases

The audio releases are available as MP3 for preview and WAV for further use. WWW2006 is happy that you use the material in bonafide coverage of the Conference.

The conditions are

  • the clips are not materially altered
  • the Speaker and the Conference are credited

Linking to the MP3 files is a recommended method of including the items.

  • See also: WWW2006 Podcast Series.

Patrick Sheehan of 3i, Chair of the 'New Business Models' panel on Tuesday 23rd May

Patrick comments on changes he has perceived
mp3 (678K)
wav (7.3M, Broadcast Quality)

Opening Plenary - 22nd May 2006

David Brown on the mobile internet. Duration: 1:36.
mp3 (755K)
wav (8.1M, Broadcast Quality)

Professor Sir Tim Berners-Lee Press Conference - 22nd May 2006

Tim's Views on Regulation. Duration 1:20.
mp3 (635K)
wav (6.8M, Broadcast Quality)
Tim's Views on the Highlights of the Conference. Duration 0:52.
mp3 (414K)
wav (4.4M, Broadcast Quality)
Tim explains: what is the semantic web? Duration 2:33
mp3 (1.2M)
wav (13M, Broadcast Quality)
Tim answers: "do you miss coding?" Duration 1:20
mp3 (631K)
wav (6.8M, Broadcast Quality)

All News Stories

  • Conference calls on Government to improve its websites
  • Scottish First Minister to speak at WWW2006
  • Top CIOs to dine at Edinburgh Castle
  • Conference hosts Kendra Initiative session on digital media distribution
  • Registration Opens with Special Offer Tickets
  • Speakers line up for New Economy theme day
  • Terror Expert to speak on terrorism and the Internet
  • Celebrate Memorial Day in Edinburgh
  • Conference chairs receive research recognition
  • US legal scholar to speak on democracy and free speech
  • Greatest Briton accolade for Web Inventor

All Press Releases

  • World Wide Web Conference calls on Government to improve its websites (March 30th, 2005)
  • Health experts take to the stage at WWW2006
  • Media and entertainment experts take to the podium at WWW2006
  • Education experts take to the stage at WWW2006
  • Security experts take to the stage at WWW2006
  • WWW2006 Conference registration opens (December 5th, 2005)
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