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How are you seeing in 2009?

Lights, camera... action!

Celebrating the arrival of 2009? Then show us what is happening where you are around the world as the new year comes in.

BBC Have Your Say has been working with Qik and Seesmic to ask you about your plans for the new year. We'll be uploading our well wishes and we'd love you to join us.

The videos you make could be part of BBC News coverage online and on television.

You can get involved in a number of ways. Here's how:

Upload to the BBC website

Upload videos in the usual way and send them to us here on the BBC website. There's an upload form for your video thoughts here - or you can send video taken on your phone to us on 61124.

Qik.com

Qik is a video upload service that works from your mobile phone. If your phone is supported, you can download some software that will connect you so that you can stream your video live onto the web. Come and find the Have Your Say video and upload your replies here.

Make sure that you check the price of your data package before you start.

Seesmic.com

If you want to get involved in a conversation on Seesmic, you can do that too. Seesmic is a video conversation site where you can join our BBC Have Your Say discussions, or start a conversation of your own. Simply record your video directly onto the site, or record it in the usual way and upload it.

We've already started talking about the credit crunch on Seesmic, come and join in the conversationhere.



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