Showing posts from March, 2012

Time to take in the beauty of nature

I found out today that my on screen persona and presenting style is akin to Dom Jolly .  I like the chap, even read his Autobiography which certainly is a weird and wonderful tale, but him hmm I trust this is a good thing others will enjoy. More importantly the same poster on the Norfolk Broads Forum also pointed out that in 2011 there was streamed live a 20 camera feed from aboard a cruise ship in Norway.  Their website where you can watch it all is here  I’m stunned with what I found on You Tube about this epic adventure - words can't really do this justice so I invite you to watch the video below.

Breydon Water crossing to be streamed live

Our first broadcast shall be a crossing over Breydon Water on Sunday 1 st April and all being well shall begin sometime between 12:15 and 12:30pm (subject to tides check Twitter for updates).

Next live Broadcast approaches

Norfolk Broads Live! Will be on air again from 1st April 2012 and there shall be no tom foolery just because of the date! Since the first two trials of streaming live footage while afloat much has been learnt not only about the technology behind such, but the equipment one uses to make it all possible along too with how one should make such an event as interesting as possible.