Ferguson Protest Lives

I'm watching CNN and their Lives from all over, They are good quality HD for the most part. What are most using LiveU or TVU or something else? The Lives out of New York look really good (For the most part) While they are walking.

The backpacks that are in our market (Colorado Springs, CO) they break up a lot.

Any input would be great.


I was a little surprised this article hadn't been posted sooner (unless I missed it). I've been watching the Ferguson coverage from Buffalo while covering the snow aftermath. Hard not to think about the great job by crews in Ferguson under exceptionally difficult circumstances. I couldn't help but notice the fantastic live aerials tonight, shot from a safe distance at 3100 ft.

Here's some behind the scenes on what happened in August with the news choppers:


Live Event Streaming

Any recommendations on a PC (Windows) capture card with two or more HDMI inputs that supports multiple frame rates?

I did a live-stream of an election debate a couple of months ago using a capture card for gaming. It was the only card that would work with the output from my Panasonic GH4 DSLR. I had a Blackmagic Decklink Mini Recorder, but it would not work with my GH4 or with a GoPro.

I'm looking for something that will work with both and can deal with two inputs so that I can use two cameras.

I am using the vMix software as a video mixer.

Thanks for any suggestions.

Charlie Brown Christmas Tree

Wow, no one has posted here in a while, so I figured I would. This is a story my reporter and I shot, wrote and cut on Friday about Reading's Charlie Brown Christmas Tree. Its gained National attention, and was featured on GMA yesterday morning, which doesn't happen often for us as we are an independent station.

We had a pkg in Spanish at 6:30pm and then I went back and shot the night video, it was probably a 45 min- 1 hour shoot total and a 35 min edit. this ran in our 10:30 news.

So I'm posting my original version from Friday, since its been cut up so many times since it's aired.


Ed Sharpe and Glendale Daily Planet/KKAT-IPTV are presented with a Proclamation


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Ed Sharpe and Glendale Daily Planet/KKAT-IPTV are presented with a Proclamation By Glendale Mayor Jerry Weiers Oct. 28, 2014 in the Glendale City Council Chambers.
The media project is now over 10 years old! This version of the video was shot from the back of the chambers by myself.

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