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Pete Erskine

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New Webcast... resource PracticalShowTech.com
« on: March 19, 2020, 12:13:29 pm »

Join us for a webinar on prety much every weekday, sometimes 3 times for shows about the "show" industry.

see the schedule here and watch previous shows - download show materials as well.

PracticalShowTech.com


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Re: New Webcast... PracticalShowTech.com
« Reply #1 on: March 20, 2020, 08:25:15 pm »

#PST001- Audio for Web Streaming

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Friday Mar 20, 2020 at 4:00 PM EDT.

Today was the first session we did. It was fun to be a participant, and I think it was well received. Each episode will be archived on the website, and we are looking at creating a way to do offline Q&A after the session is over. It is hard while you are trying to cover a list of topics we developed in advance to keep up with the online questions that come in over the webinar interface. Hopefully we will be able to answer more of the question post event in a Q&A section on the website. Anyway, thanks to all who attended, I had fun.

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Re: New Webcast... PracticalShowTech.com
« Reply #2 on: March 20, 2020, 08:28:37 pm »

Today was the first session we did. It was fu to be a participant, and I think it was well received. Each episode will be archived on the website, and we are looking at creating a way to do offline Q&A after the session is over. It is hard while you are trying to cover a list of topics we developed in advance to keep up with the online questions that come in over the webinar interface. Hopefully we will be able to answer more of the question post event in a Q&A section on the website. Anyway, thanks to all who attended, I had fun.

Mac

Yeah, offline Q&A would be great.

I already sent Kelly some feedback which basically amounted to "you should expand every single individual thing you talked about into a full one hour event because there is SO MUCH MORE to learn".  :)

p.s.  i Liked your TV background.  Gave me some ideas...
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Re: New Webcast... PracticalShowTech.com
« Reply #3 on: March 20, 2020, 08:53:43 pm »

p.s.  i Liked your TV background.  Gave me some ideas...

It took a while to figure how to get it stay on the screensaver so long.

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Re: New Webcast... PracticalShowTech.com
« Reply #4 on: March 20, 2020, 08:59:29 pm »

Yeah, offline Q&A would be great.

I already sent Kelly some feedback which basically amounted to "you should expand every single individual thing you talked about into a full one hour event because there is SO MUCH MORE to learn".  :)

p.s.  i Liked your TV background.  Gave me some ideas...

Yes. When we started talking about this a week ago I got the impression we were talking about doing a show once a week, every Friday. There has been so much enthusiasm from manufacturers and industry experts that next week is almost a session a day.

We learned some things today about what it takes to do an event like this, I hope the attendees learned something as well.

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Re: New Webcast... PracticalShowTech.com
« Reply #5 on: March 23, 2020, 08:55:05 pm »

Yes. When we started talking about this a week ago I got the impression we were talking about doing a show once a week, every Friday. There has been so much enthusiasm from manufacturers and industry experts that next week is almost a session a day.

We learned some things today about what it takes to do an event like this, I hope the attendees learned something as well.

Mac

Todays session was great! Many thanks to Mac, Pete, Kelly and everyone else involved in making this happen.
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15!UPDATED SCHEDULE THROUGH APRIL
« Reply #6 on: March 26, 2020, 03:03:01 pm »


Todays session was great! Many thanks to Mac, Pete, Kelly and everyone else involved in making this happen.

Attached is a pretty solid schedule going forward till April 15. Always check the website for the latest information. Let us know here if you have any topics or presenters you think would be valuable to others.

This is keeping us all pretty busy with planning, rehearsals, and doing events. It's been very gratifying so far.

Here's the website link

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Re: 15!UPDATED SCHEDULE THROUGH APRIL
« Reply #7 on: March 26, 2020, 09:15:09 pm »

Attached is a pretty solid schedule going forward till April 15. Always check the website for the latest information. Let us know here if you have any topics or presenters you think would be valuable to others.

This is keeping us all pretty busy with planning, rehearsals, and doing events. It's been very gratifying so far.

Here's the website link

Mac

Looks like a great and very interesting schedule.  I'm especially looking forward to the Faraday Cage Match.  Let the carnage begin!!!!

I've missed the last two webinars because I was busy with online consulting RE: Webcasting for Corporate and Churches.  It's impossible to overstate how this part of our business is exploding.  It's going to be very interesting going forward.
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« Reply #8 on: March 26, 2020, 09:20:37 pm »

Looks like a great and very interesting schedule.  I'm especially looking forward to the Faraday Cage Match.  Let the carnage begin!!!!

I've missed the last two webinars because I was busy with online consulting RE: Webcasting for Corporate and Churches.  It's impossible to overstate how this part of our business is exploding.  It's going to be very interesting going forward.
Anyone who isn't learning about mix minuses, and IFB, and hybrids and codecs is missing the chance to be there for where corporate meetings are going to be in the future. When large companies realize the airfare they can save by not flying to meetings in Europe and Asia because now they can do it on a network, there will be jobs to be had.

Too bad you missed today, it was right down your ally, HelixNet, LC, and Agent IC.

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Re: Career opportunities
« Reply #9 on: March 26, 2020, 09:23:13 pm »

Anyone who isn't learning about mix minuses, and IFB, and hybrids and codecs is missing the chance to be there for where corporate meetings are going to be in the future. When large companies realize the airfare they can save by not flying to meetings in Europe and Asia because now they can do it on a network, there will be jobs to be had.

Too bad you missed today, it was right down your ally, HelixNet, LC, and Agent IC.

Mac

Oh, I'm gonna watch it as SOON as it posts, believe me.  I really need some brush up on Helixnet and how it interfaces with LQ and gets controlled over IP.  I know it DOES all that, but I need to get the How to DO it cemented better in my head.
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