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Lots of Lessons learned today.

First, Skype can badly misbehave and you have to keep it going. The solution? Maybe drop skype and keep talking to the listeners and asking for their input in the chat area.

Second, if you are streaming and another person is responsible for the skype conference, you have to keep talking if the call is dropped! I didn't realize that...Then, all of a sudden I remembered I had listeners and it was only me in the streaming! Talked to them and they gave me feedback. Thanks, Maria and Chrissy, our very special listeners! Durff was there, too, but, then, I realized there was the Webcastacademy chat going on, too! Crazy!

Jason's voice was in and out, choppy, from a certain point on. What could we do in this case? Drop the call and try someone else leading?

All in all, it was a great experience! I learned that every day is a new day in Webcasting and one show is never like the other! Always an exciting ride!

Thanks, guys, for such a lesson and fun with all of you, each one in a different front!

Waiting for the next InternationalWebcastacademyBridges!

Beijos.

Carla

A curious EFL teacher!




 

Comments

Carla and International

Yikes, you have all been busy, great job! Love listening to you all. You make me proud.

Cheryl Oakes

Webhead 2006, Collaborative Content Coach for Technology K-12, Wells Ogunquit CSD 

InternCast WorldBridges

Dear girls,

 In fact, I didn't even know if I could make it, but it was just a great experience! In fact, Jason was a great host and sustained the show even with all the glitches with skype. I was thrown out of the conference call many times, but Jason kept cool and led it. The only trick was only that when I was by myself in the streaming. I realized I could not be quiet! Otherwise, the listeners would think it was over. Webcasting is about making it seem it's all very natural and nobody freaks out with the tech problems we face!!!

It worked because of the team. The sound was really a problem, but we had an audience, a group of guests, a host, a streamer. So, Show Time! and International Show Time. Brazil, US, UK, New Zealand, Germany, Switzerland together! Fantastic WorldBridges! 

Carla Arena

A curious Brazilian EFL Educator

WOW!

 I am so very proud of the way you all just carried on with the show. It went on for an hour, with many technical difficulties, and yet the interns let nothing stand in their way!! Bravo!

mrsdurff



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