Thousand Mile Mourners
By Greg Stovell · October 21, 2016 • Online streaming can bridge the distance and serve as another tool for connecting people to their own churches.

5 Things To Know Before Choosing an Integrator
By TD Staff · October 21, 2016 • If you are not looking forward to working with your integrator, don’t hire them. Consider them as part of your staff.

God Requires a 2-Hour Sound Check
By Gregory Kayne · October 20, 2016 • While it’s important to establish a good length of time, what’s even more important is to have sound check last approximately the same amount of time every time.

The Value Behind Sound Check and Rehearsals
By Kirk Denson · October 19, 2016 • Music and arts ministries, and the tech crews that serve their needs, must work together to determine ‘the signature sound’ of their ministry.

The Value of Streaming a Worship Service
By Jennifer Johnson · October 18, 2016 • Streaming isn’t about who is in church on a Sunday morning — it’s about who isn’t in church on a Sunday morning.

Creating Better Connecting To Christ Moments in Worship
By Keri Rafter · October 17, 2016 • Addressing the needs of your congregation moment by moment, for the purpose of speaking to their hearts and minds is now more important than ever.

The Necessity to Rehearse
By Nathan Williams · October 14, 2016 • By helping to smooth out any potential herky-jerky transitions to reaching a desired time, rehearsals serve a valued purpose.

Video Switchers: A Close Look At 5 Brands
By TD Staff · October 13, 2016 • In searching out the right video switcher for your church, be confident that your team will learn it quickly.

Differences Between Rehearsals, Run Throughs
By Mike Paschal · October 13, 2016 • If a run through is done well, it can make for a great day when wanting to have an event or service avoid the possible hiccups.

Your Church Services: To Stream Or Not To Stream?
By Mike Sessler · October 12, 2016 • Placing a value on doing things "because we can," rather than because it's effective or advances the mission of your church would be a misguided course of action.

Live Streaming: Equipment Options To Make It Happen
By Brent Mann · October 11, 2016 • Keep in mind that streaming live is a time consuming task as well as expensive, once you account for equipment and service costs.

Wireless Handheld Mics: 11 Systems Worth A Review
By Andres Caamano · October 11, 2016 • With models ranging from those offered by the likes of Gemini and Galaxy Audio to Sennheiser and Shure, quality wireless mic options exist.

360/VR Streaming: The Virtual Worship Experience
By Tim Dougherty · October 10, 2016 • As streaming continues to develop, the need for a deeper, more interactive experience must be part of the discussion.

Versatile Set Design: Focus on the Big Picture
By Duke DeJong · October 7, 2016 • When looking how to proceed on a new design, look to a concept that someone else has used and adapt it in some way to match your venue and congregation.

The Events Your Church Should Be Streaming
By TD Staff · October 6, 2016 • You’ve been live streaming Sunday services for a while now, and you’ve even improved the quality and professionalism of your broadcasts. Your crew has a handle on the basics of sound and lighting and your audience is grateful for the new access. But why stop there? While Sunday services typically are the most popular events that are streamed. . .

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