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Showcase for SM Movie ‘I AM’ to be Streamed Live Online Tonight

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2012.04.30 18:42 CJ E&M enewsWorld Nancy Lee

Ahead of the release of SM Entertainment’s highly-anticipated movie I AM in May, fans will be able to catch of glimpse of their favorite SM artists through the film’s showcase, which will be streamed live online April 30.

The CJ E&M (CEO Kim Sung-soo) online business department announced that it would broadcast the showcase for the movie I AM, a film about the true stories of the artists from SM Entertainment, live to the world exclusively via its online homepage and mobile site.

Showcase for SM Movie ‘I AM’ to be Streamed Live Online Tonight

At the I AM showcase, which will be held at the CGV Yeongdeungpo Starium on April 30 at 7 p.m. SM artists such as Kangta, BoA, TVXQ, Super Junior, Girls’ Generation, SHINee, and f(x) are set to appear. Adding to the anticipation for the showcase, the making film of the music video Dear My Family, which is the theme song of I AM. Along with that, highlights of the movie will be released for the first time, as well. Furthermore, a time for fans to meet SM artists is also scheduled.

Global.mnet.com will open a live broadcast page in Korean, English, Japanese and Chinese, to let the global fans watch the showcase. In addition, it will be prepared for both online (http://global.mnet.com/iam) and mobile web (m.global.mnet.com) platforms. The entire showcase will be fed live in HD for a better experience.

With the live showcase forthcoming, Global.mnet.com will also hold an event for the fans. Ten selected participants who wrote cheerful messages to the SM Artists on global mnet.com will be given the movie I AM posters.

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