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Tech Tuesday kicks off covering streaming basics

Tech Tuesday kicks off covering streaming basics

Tech Tuesday kicks off covering streaming basics

South Africa:

Stage Audio Works recently collaborated with its sales partner in South Afirca, K2 Innovate, to host free training for house of worship technicians and volunteers, covering web and multisite streaming basics. The session was part of the Tech Tuesday initiative, which is aimed at worship volunteers and set to become a regular part of Stage Audio Works’ educational calendar, with a new seminar taking place on the last Tuesday of each month.

‘Streaming is a popular technology for houses of worship with multiple campuses as well as those looking to reach a dispersed congregation, so we thought it was the best starting point for Tech Tuesday,’ said Nathan Ihlenfeldt, technical director at Stage Audio Works. ‘The response we had was phenomenal. The audience of worship technicians embraced the concept and made sure that this first Tech Tuesday really delivered on what we were trying to achieve. Everyone left there with a greater understanding of how this technology could help to improve their services.’

The seminar was held at the Stage Audio Works’ Johannesburg office. When exploring the various solutions available, Living as One’s web and multisite technology was focused upon, as it allows those with unreliable internet connections to stream content.

‘We know and understand the challenges most houses of worship face when it comes to connectivity,’ said Ihlenfeldt. ‘The technology that Living as One has pioneered to help combat these difficulties ensures that all of the positive aspects of streaming can still be experienced and your congregation can be engaged, no matter where they are.’



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