As technology continues to change, it can sometimes require a learning curve and create a lot of questions. That’s why we hosted the Media Workshop on March 23. This free, one-day workshop helped sharpen attendees’ media skills–whether it was just them or a team of people.
The more than 40 people who attended the workshop learned about discussion topics covering audio, video, lighting, and ProPresenter. After each session, Q&A stations were setup to allow attendees to ask further questions one-on-one with the workshop leaders.
March 23, 2023
9:30 AM – 3:00 PM
Lunch is provided with registration.
1021 Big Bethel Rd.
Hampton, VA 23666
9:30 AM • Welcome & Devotion
10:00 AM • 3 Ways to Improve Your Livestream
10:45 AM • Fundamentals of Lighting Systems
11:30 AM • Q&A for Morning Sessions
12:00 PM • Lunch
12:30 PM • ProPresenter Tips that Anyone Can Do
1:15 PM • Audio: When Least is Often Best
2:00 PM • Wrap-Up
2:15 PM • Q&A for Afternoon Sessions
3:00 PM • Workshop Ends
10:00 AM • Session 1
3 Ways to Improve Your Livestream
It is crucial to provide a quality online experience for your church services. This breakout will cover helpful tips in your video production that can make all the difference for viewers.
LED BY ISHMAEL LABIOSA
Director of Media Resources • SBC of Virginia
10:45 AM • Session 2
Fundamentals of Lighting Systems
Are you struggling with getting the “look” you want from your current lighting system or are you having a hard time simply getting started? Let’s talk about some fundamental elements of lighting to help you get closer to the “look” you desire.
LED BY ALLEN FARR
Central Production Director • LibertyLive.Church
12:30 PM • SESSION 3
ProPresenter Tips that Anyone Can Do
Learn how to set up your ProPresenter playlist to make services a breeze for anyone who uses it. We’ll also share easy ways to develop visually pleasing slides that will enhance your service’s look.
LED BY BOBBY PUFFENBURGER
Creative Director • SBC of Virginia
1:15 PM • SESSION 4
Audio: When Least is Often Best
In a moment inundated with more and bigger gear, what is it that you need to get a great sound to your congregation? We’ll explore how to deliver clear and quality audio with attainable methods.
LED BY JEREMY OLDJA
Production Manager | Studio Engineer • LibertyLive.Church