The 2014 Nobel Prize announcements will be streamed live as the news breaks on Nobelprize.org, the official website of the Nobel Prize. To webcast the Nobel Prize announcements on your website, blog or social networks, you can grab the easy-to-add code and embed a live video player on your site: www.nobelprize.org/nobel_organizations/nobelmedia/channels/widget/live.html
Directly after the Nobel Laureates have heard the news, Nobelprize.org
traditionally conducts a telephone interview capturing the Laureates’ first
reactions. The interviews can be accessed on soundcloud.com/nobelprize as soon as they are ready. These audio
files can be easily embedded on websites and shared on social media channels.
More exclusive material on nobelprize.org:
- Up-to-the-minute news about the 2014 Nobel Laureates
- Live webcast from the press conferences with exclusive interviews with members of the Nobel Committees
- Background information about each of the Nobel Prizes
The 2014 Nobel Prize announcements will be presented on 7-14 October. See the full timetable of announcements here.
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