This week on the podcast, we welcome Paul Richards. Paul hosted the Worship Summit Live conference in July. Great online event for Worship Leaders and Church Media folks. Paul is the Chief Streaming Officer at the Streamgeeks – an online platform that helps churches and other clients with Livestreaming and Digital Experiences.
Today, we are going to be walking through Paul’s book “Helping your Church Livestream” – we’re going to hit on why churches should adopt Livestreaming technology if you haven’t, how to get started, how to move from one way communication that Livestreaming provides to two way communication using Zoom and other tools. We’ll take a deep dive into how to use Zoom breakout rooms to engage your congregation, we’re going talk through OBS, selecting the right gear and more. Jam-packed episode of the show this week.
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The Making Sunday Happen Podcast (Formerly The Church Media Podcast) is the definitive podcast for those who plan, create and execute Worship Experiences. Hosted by Carl Barnhill, the show offers training in the areas of Church Media Production, Worship, Communications, First Impressions, Service Planning, Volunteer Culture and more. Watch or listen to each episode of the show, download transcripts, and even grab some sharable content to share with your team.