Live GA would be great. a shot and edited version for
posting/rebroadcast would be awesome. I see people filming, perhaps I
can engage someone in making the footage available.
I have livestreamed GA before. It's not easy... The audience I had
on that night really wanted to have a voice... and actually encouraged
me represent them, especially during the drummer discussion. They
didn't want their donations to pay for new drums, in this case. They
said bang on buckets.
anyway... regardless of remote participants it really is a challenge
to livestream it with the resources at hand. A little better
mic/sound options and camera/lighting would help.
It's important for people around the world to see how our process
works. Is it mission critical for viewers to see every details of
each GA from NYC? Or more for a view into the how of what we are
doing, with a summary given in a recap?
On Sat, Oct 22, 2011 at 10:49 PM, Jill T <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
If the person running the camera doesn't believe in the G.A. then
can't someone else cover it?
This is not fair to the listening audience.