29 September 2020

Hi <<First Name>>, it's Technorama with a final quick reminder, a pointer and a chance for a free pass to CBAA Con!  So firstly:

Join the conversation at Q&A!

In case you missed it, over on our Facebook Q&A group it's become playout systems week.   Regular contributor Richard Walford wonders "what's the best playout tool, and which ones are being used most"  He's set up a survey, and invited you to add to the list if you're using a different tool.  What do your presenters think should be fixed, and what do they really like?  What do they HATE?  The rest of us want to know.

Join the discussion right now.  If you're not already bookmarked, the link is here.  And if you lose the link, you can always get there (or join!) from the Technorama web page.  No spam, no flames, just good info.

Tune in for Stump The Chumps at 1830 tonight: your questions/their riff 
Best question gets a free CBAA-Con pass!

September Technorama Tuesday is all about your questions and, for once, a couple of guys on air riffing about something that isn't sport. You still have time to register, and we kick off at 1830. 
Ask questions:  curlier the better.  Here's a direct email link if you're quick, or take your luck with the Q&A box when we start Zoom.

Remember... the best question tonight wins an all access pass to the CBAA Conference 2020, being held online this year 28th-31st October.

Join John Maizels, Stephen Wilkinson, Richard Fleming & Cameron Paine tonight!.

Be sure to check in at the website to become a Technorama member or renew your membership - the process is fully online and painless.

And if you have general suggestions, questions or contact requests for Technorama, we're always listening.  Check out the contact box on the website, or drop us a line via email.  

From the team,

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