Once again I’m in Paris for the annual Le Web conference – my sixth, in fact. I’m part of the official blogger programme, and here’s a few of my impressions as I wondered around behind the scenes:
[Loïc Le Meur](http://www.seesmic.com "Loic Le Meur") spent quite a bit of time talking to us, given how busy he must have been in the run up to the three days ahead:
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Points of interest:
- The amount of money that’s gone into the streaming video. Not only is the main stage built like a TV set, as the whole event is being streamed, but there’s a whole studio in one of the other buildings, that’s being used by the [TWiT](http://TWiT.tv "TWiT") crew mainly ([see the video in my next post](http://www.onemanandhisblog.com/archives/2011/12/behind_the_scenes_at_le_web_11.html)) - Loïc considers the online audience to be an event in its own right - Loïc has been approached to do a Le Web in the UK, by the government. - Press and bloggers are being given equal facilities and support
Here’s Loïc at the end of the tour:
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