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Cyber-Soap Makes Their World Turn

February 11, 1996|Jaclyn Easton | Jaclyn Easton is the host of "Log On U.S.A.," which airs Wednesdays at 8 p.m. and Sundays at p.m. on KIEV-AM 870

Some of the year's most dramatic moments for soap fans will occur when "The 12th Annual Soap Opera Awards" are presented Wednesday (9 p.m. on NBC).

Daytime drama fans who subscribe to America Online can "virtually" meet the winners and presenters via a Soap Opera Digest editor, who will be online taking questions backstage starting at 5 p.m. Since there is a tape delay of the awards, online fans will know the winners three hours before the Los Angeles broadcast.

Daily soap doses are available on the service via Keyword SOD. CompuServe and Prodigy members who want to join in the cyber-soap dish can make their worlds turn as well. Both services offer daily synopses, weekly summaries, news, gossip and sneak peeks. On CompuServe Go soaps and on Prodigy Jump soaps.

On the Internet's World Wide Web, Planet Soap contains an comprehensive collection of links to homepages for all daytime dramas--enough to keep you busy for many days of your lives. You can find the bubble bonanza at http://www.primenet.com/plntsoap/soplinkLines.htm. (Be sure to type all the letters in lowercase, as shown.)

The Internet's World Wide Web is available through America Online (Keyword web); CompuServe (Go internet) and Prodigy (Jump web).

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