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Friday, November 18, 2011

wii channels

1-Check Mii Out Channel Overview
Available as a free download from the Wii Channels section of the Wii Shop Channel, the Check Mii Out Channel allows the Miis that have been created to be shown to other people, and to view Miis created by other people from around the world. You can also create Miis based on unique themes and submit them as a part of a contest, or even help judge Miis to find the winners.

2-Everybody Votes Channel Overview
With the Everybody Votes Channel, Wii users in participating nations can answer popular questions and voice their opinions in national and worldwide polls. To vote, users simply choose a question they want to answer and select one of the two responses, and then come back and see the results. Participants can even predict which answer will get the most votes and learn how far their predictions differ from other people in their nation

3-News Channel Overview

Using the international resources of the Associated Press, the News Channel gives Wii users free access to stories in multiple categories from across the country and around the world. The News Channel features an easy-to-use interface for locating and reading news item.

4-Wii Speak Channel Overview
The Wii Speak Channel lets people in up to four locations (who also have the Wii Speak Channel and microphone and have traded Friend Codes) chat with one another using their broadband internet connections. When chatting through the Wii Speak Channel your Mii appears on the TV screen and mimics your chat. You also can leave audio messages for your friends and family members or use Wii Speak to narrate captions for your photos.
Purchasers of the Wii Speak microphone will be able to use the included Wii Ticket Download Number to download the Wii Speak Channel. The Wii Speak microphone is sold separately, or with special bundles of the game Animal Crossing: City Folk.

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