Building demolitions and QGoLive go hand in hand. Here’s an example from KRLD where reporter Alan Scaia covers the second attempt to knock down an 11-story office building in Dallas, Texas, after last week’s implosion efforts were not totally successful. From these reports it sounds like the Leaning Tower is still putting up a fight. At least the audio is crystal clear! Notice each report contains a pre-recorded interview played right from the field over QGoLive, plus the hosts and reporters enjoy latency-free talkback.
Last week, Walter Sabo of Sterling on Sunday needed some help recording spots for his network show. Instead of recording on his own and sending the spots in for editing, another solution appeared in the form of QGoLive. By connecting to my QGoLive receiver, Walter and I were able to chat back and forth about length, beds, etc. Then when it came time to record, we simply started rolling. When the read was over, it was simple to play the audio back to him using QGoLive.
One good option built in to the receiver software is the ability to turn on and off transmit audio going to the remote party. Since the receiver setup on my end was of temporary nature, I didn’t have a true mix minus setup. To prevent Walter’s audio from feeding back to him, I simply turned off the transmit audio by clicking the green “TX” button when it was time to record. This also functioned as a good cue – once Walter heard my audio disappear, he knew it was time to start talking.
Next time a client needs to record a spot for you – consider QGoLive. Maybe you have a car dealership calling in for weekly ads over the phone… this week, have them download the app and give them your generic login to use as credentials. It’s the next best thing to being on the other side of the glass!
Every election night, we always see an uptick in QGoLive usage across the country, and last night was no exception.
As usual, news powerhouse KYW’s fleet of reporters were out in full force. Here’s an example where Bureau Chief David Madden gives an update on the polls in South Jersey, filing a live report with anchor Ian Bush.
Election night is a good reminder of QGoLive’s powerful ability to have an unlimited number of reporters in cue. For remote-heavy events including severe weather and election coverage, the anchor or board operator at the studio simply clicks on the picture or name of the reporter to be on air – and they’re live! Everyone connected to the receiver can hear pre-delay audio, so there’s no confusion when it’s their turn.
WHLF in South Boston, Virginia uses QGoLive to broadcast weekly services from the Main Street First Baptist Church. QGoLive is a great option for live church service remotes and in the case of the First Baptist Church we even worked directly with their A/V director to make sure the quality of the audio was optimized for broadcast. Give a listen to this nice selection from their Sunday service and let us know if we can assist your station with setting up QGoLive at a house of worship.