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saint
06-15-2009, 09:35 PM
I am working with James to create a Broadcasting World video channel for tutorials and information for streaming audio / video and broadcast related topics. This video channel will be available 24 / 7 and will be free to watch for everyone.

If you are a streaming company that would like some free advertising and can produce a * quality * video tutorial for Internet broadcasting, contact me.

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If you are a radio station / television station that would like some free advertising and can produce a * quality * video tutorial for Internet broadcasting, contact me.

The quality of the information presented, the quality of the video and audio recording as well as the quality of the presentation is very important.

The video channel should be up and running in the next week or so.

Stay tuned and remember to support Broadcasting World !

THFS
06-16-2009, 03:54 AM
Hello there saint,
I would be more than happy to make a tutorial for you, anything in particular you have in mind with streaming?

saint
06-20-2009, 12:18 PM
What broadcasting world is seeking to get is short ( 5 to 10 minute ) video tutorials that are clear, concise and informative. ( KISS - Keep It Simple Stupid )

What are good topics to go over ?
How does software work, how do you set up or configure that software, how do you use that software, How do you get the most out of that software. You can also apply those questions to hardware as well. This covers both Video or audio. You can also discuss interacting with people, audience, customers or consumers of broadcasting.

The start of the video can show your station / business web address, with a short promotion. ( 10 to 15 seconds. )

Remember, quality is the key. Quality will make you, your station or your service shine. Formulate a idea, hash out a short script, rehearse it, then record it. Edit as necessary then submit.

Things to remember for your video - proper camera focus, good audio levels, no background noise, good lighting and a clear / articulate voice.

If you use background music with your video, DO NOT - repeat - DO NOT - use copyrighted material.

Upload your video to YouTube, and submit the video link to James. He will inform you of the decision to use the video.