As a media server operator and content manager, John Mims, J3Consulting.org, is the go-to guy for leading producers and brands in the US. In this blog, he looks at the role of the operator, and offers practical advice to ensure your next show runs even more smoothly.
Have you been there? Done an event that starts at 6 am but doesn’t end until 3 or 4 am. Afterward, you go home, get some sleep, but you still have to get up at a reasonable time to function that day? Then you wake up feeling like you spent the night drinking way too much?
I call this the event hangover. It’s close to the same feeling as a hangover, but you missed the entire section of the night that was enjoying a few drinks and hanging out with friends. There’s the headache, body aches, your feet hurt, and you don’t exactly remember what time you got home. Does any of this sound familiar?
As I do more and more shows each month with hours like this, I strive to avoid the event hangover as much as I can. Here are the tips and tricks I have found that help me avoid feeling terrible after a long event.
By Heather Holm writing for SoundGirls.org
We all understand the value of training to keep up-to-date with the latest technology, develop our skills and stay on top of the game. Training sessions can also be great source of inspiration and an opportunity to learn those tips and tricks that make everyday (work) life run just a little bit smoother.
It's not always easy to overcome the challenges of budget restraints, travel restrictions and last-minute projects to name a few… but once the stars align, and you find the budget and the gap in your schedule allowing you to sign up for tech training, make sure you really make the most of it!
Below are eight tips from Dataton’s Academy team based on more than seven years' experience organizing and hosting training sessions worldwide. Enjoy!
Are you planning your next corporate event? Planning may not be the most exciting part of the event, but thinking things through in advance will hopefully avert some of the biggest headaches on the day – and help ensure success. Here are 10 tips for you to consider for your next event with focus on how to add the WOW factor!