QGoLive’s James Copeland sat down remotely with WGHN Program Director and Sports Producer Jesse Bruce to talk about their use of QGoLive. The program has allowed their radio stations to simplify Friday night sports programming by reducing staffing demands at the studio. Remote announcers are able to play their own commercials via QGoLive and therefore have more control of the broadcast. Bruce was interviewed via QGoLive from his car with just a cell phone!
At long last baseball and QGoLive was there as the Philadelphia Phillies got ready to play their long delayed season opener at Citizen’s Bank Park. Here’s Scott Franzke hosting Phillies on Deck and interviewing the Phillies new manager Joe Girardi came in via QGo on his iPhone just before the first pitch. Give a listen – Go Phillies!
And Joe Girardi was back on QGo for the Sunday edition of Phillies on Deck:
Broadcast duo Ed Bakker (above) and Goos Mante (right) hosted a special program on Zaanradio for Koningsdag or “Kings Day” yesterday in the Netherlands. (This is also why they’re both wearing orange.) Goos sent us the following note:
QGoLive was working excellent. No delay. Could listen back over the audio tuner by the FM signal from our radio tower in Zaandam city. I was in my home studio in Wormer and Ed was in Zaandam.
Take a listen for yourself below!
Teleradio Veneta serves the Veneto region which like most of Italy is under lockdown. Giorgia and Ketty usually do their show in the same studio but they are social distancing so in this case one of them is in the studio and the other is on a Huawei Android phone. As you can tell, even in Italian, they’re able to go back and forth as if there were no distance between them (the first voice is on QGo). If you need to work from home QGoLive is the easiest, fastest and most flexible way to get on the air from wherever right now!
Every night at 7pm 1010 WINS in New York goes to a different neighborhood of the city for live coverage of “Clap Because We Care“. This is the nightly salute from the people of the city to the essential workers who are on the front lines of the fight against Covid 19. On Saturday night April 4, live coverage came from an iPhone running QGoLive propped up in an apartment window in Hell’s Kitchen, across the street from Mt. Sinai West Hospital. We think the salute sounds as big as the gratitude New Yorkers feel.
WHPC General Manager Shawn Novatt has his orders from Nassau Community College:
So NCC asks staff to work remotely. Thanks to QGoLive, I can!
First time I can ever say I broadcasted live from my house! (Ignore the mess lol)
Here’s Shawn playing the hits from home: