WWDC Steve Jobs keynote coverage information

Technical and logistical issues may keep MDN from updating through certain portions of today. We will update the site with Steve Jobs’ WWDC news and announcements as soon as possible.

MDN recommends the following site for WWDC keynote coverage:
http://www.macnn.com/

An alternate page for live keynote coverage is here:
http://www.macrumors.com/events/wwdc2004.html

For those looking for a QuickTime stream, “Apple Computer, Inc. will most likely provide a delayed webcast of its World Wide Developers Conference 2004 keynote address on Monday afternoon, sources said. Last week, sources close to Apple’s content distribution partners noted a hefty fee associated with Apple’s webcasts, especially those streamed live. Sources said the company may have chosen to save some cash by providing a delayed broadcast,” AppleInsider notes.

We’ll let you know if/when the stream appears on Apple.com and we’ll get everything around here up-to-date ASAP.

61 Comments

  1. ArGH! I’ve been digging everywhere to find a link. Well, I can’t blame them for wanting to save some $$’s on costs. Though I don’t know how providing a delayed broadcast will be any cheaper…

  2. Why Apple, why can’t you just give us a live stream? Following it live feels like being there. ” width=”19″ height=”19″ alt=”smile” style=”border:0;” /> I want to be present. And why, oh why am I this excited?

  3. It’ll be cheaper because less people will want to spend time watching it, once the conference content is public and known thoughout the internet…

  4. Costs versus making Mac users around the word happy. Let me see, I’ll choose… making Mac users happy. Come on Apple, we support you and want something in return. Maybe the keynote will not turn out that great, and Steve knows!

  5. Costs versus making Mac users around the world happy. Let me see, I’ll choose… making Mac users happy. Come on Apple, we support you and want something in return. Maybe the keynote will not turn out that great, and Steve knows!

    (Made typo mistake)

  6. Why dont they just use some sort of p2p network for distributing the content live. Like i connect to apple, and then 2 others connect to me, and 2+2 others connect to those that connect to me…

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