Many churches that started live streaming their services using a cobbled-together system are now ready to invest in better equipment. There are a LOT of options, and it would be easy to spend five figures on high-end cameras and accessories – but often an excellent online service can be produced using less than $1000 worth of equipment. How does one avoid making expensive mistakes?
In this workshop, former NBC producer Allison Davis will outline what issues churches need to consider when putting services online, and what options are currently available in cameras, microphones, lighting and more. Attendees will be equipped to make educated decisions and assemble the best live stream equipment for their church’s budget and needs.
Allison is a member of the diocesan Technology Committee and serves on the vestry of St. Mark's, Teaneck.
Registration by 5 PM Thursday, July 16 is required to attend the live workshop via Zoom (click here to register). The workshop will also be recorded for later viewing.