U Mich, Madison to host WWDC keynote broadcasts

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If you're not going to next week's Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC) 2003 but you'd still like to watch the event's keynote address, you're in luck -- at least if you are near the University of Michigan Ann Arbor campus or the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

Both public universities plan to host live feeds of Steve Jobs' WWDC keynote, scheduled for 10AM PT on Monday, June 23. The University of Michigan, Ann Arbor will show the event in room #311, West Hall, located at 550 East University in Ann Arbor. The public is welcome and the event runs from 1 - 3PM ET.

The University of Wisconsin Madison, Division of Information Technology is also hosting a live broadcast of the keynote address, scheduled for 12PM - 2PM CT. Refreshments will be offered, too. That event occurs at the Pyle Center, Room 121, located at 702 Langdon St. in Madison, Wi. It's also open to the public, although seating is limited.

This story, "U Mich, Madison to host WWDC keynote broadcasts" was originally published by PCWorld.

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