Broadcast Journalism/Studio Production

So I got recruited by the TotalGamingNetwork (which is owned and operated by MyInternetServices) to be a broadcast journalist and studio producer for the weekend. Kind of.

How did this come to be? I am the head administrator for a gaming tournament that plays the game Call of Duty 4. The tournament is part the TotalGamingNetwork (TGN), and is therefore owned/operated by MyInternetServices (MyIS). Quakecon, a gigantic gaming conference run and sponsored by MyIS, is going on this weekend, from July 31st through August 3rd, down in Dallas. TGN is sending two staff members down there to do some “field work” and has just started their own “online TV station,” aptly called “TGTV.” The staffers will be recording videos of interviews at the conference, as well as streaming some live footage of it, and I’ve been asked to contribute with my own input from up in Chicago, as well as run the studio production (managing overlays, cueing up the next video, etc).

You can check out the feed below, where I have embedded it. If you’d rather, it’s located on facebook in my profile, or you can visit the home of TGTV at http://www.mogulus.com/tgn. Please leave comments over the course of the weekend, I’d love to hear your thoughts!




4 thoughts on “Broadcast Journalism/Studio Production

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  2. blah blah blah i got a cool gig blah blah blah cuz i’m a huge nerd blah blah blah but my ***** is HUUUUGE

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