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Old Oct 20, '06, 3:33 pm
Jennifer123 Jennifer123 is offline
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Default Videotaping CAL for broadcast on YouTube?

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Just curious as to your opinions on the idea of actually taping CAL so that it could be shown maybe as a TV program on say EWTN or even public broadcast?
I think it would also be a good thing on YouTube? I know some other radio shows do this - we have a local duo "Armstrong & Getty" which can be heard am on 910 KNEW, but they also simulcast on a local TV station....
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Old Oct 20, '06, 8:11 pm
WanderAimlessly WanderAimlessly is offline
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Default Re: Videotaping CAL for broadcast on YouTube?

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Hi-

Just curious as to your opinions on the idea of actually taping CAL so that it could be shown maybe as a TV program on say EWTN or even public broadcast?
I think it would also be a good thing on YouTube? I know some other radio shows do this - we have a local duo "Armstrong & Getty" which can be heard am on 910 KNEW, but they also simulcast on a local TV station....
I think this has been discussed on CA Live in the past and rejected. And, if I remember right, one of the host has stated that they have a face made for radio

Besides, producing a TV show is much more expensive than radio. This leaves less money for other projects.
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Old Oct 23, '06, 4:16 pm
Jan Wakelin Jan Wakelin is offline
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Default Re: Videotaping CAL for broadcast on YouTube?

All that was said previously is true, especially that we all have faces made for radio!
But often times our radio studio is empty during a show! Jerry often hosts from a remote site, and almost always, the guest is calling in from a remote site. So it is better to leave our radio studio up to the imagination--all those good-lookin' folks gathered in a high-tech studio!
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