Hagothsen wrote:How do you verify that it isn't happening?
We really can't. That's between the church and their chosen CDN.
Hagothsen wrote:I thought I read somewhere that the church's solution uses Microsoft Azure. How can we be 100% sure that they're not keeping recordings? While we're at it, how can we be sure anything streaming over the internet, isn't being recorded? Here in Vegas, our ISP has changed to Cox in many areas. Now, we can't keep Cox WiFi (unfiltered, raw internet) out of our buildings. The FM Group says they've got them to turn it off, but it isn't. I'm not saying the church IT departments aren't capable of negotiating provisions for non-recording with their chosen CDN. Certainly, every CDN is capable of recording. How do you verify that it isn't happening?
Wirecast software by Telestream is an optional method for creating an encoded webcast audio or audiovisual stream. Some units choose to use Wirecast because it has advanced features, such as the ability to switch between multiple cameras, display words to hymns, add speaker titles, and show media during a webcast.
johnshaw wrote:Stake Conferences are not for a General Audience as General Conferences are. It's a simple matter of how inspiration works and is directed to be used. Counsel given, even by a General Authority, in a Stake Conference applies only to those living within that stake and NOT for the general membership.
Hagothsen wrote:I've never heard anything at Stake Conference that wouldn't be good for all to hear.
Hagothsen wrote:I would think you could say the same thing about counsel given at coordinating council meetings.
Other than stake and ward realignments, I've never heard anything at Stake Conference that wouldn't be good for all to hear. Unless we sin city saints are the only ones that need to stop doing this or should be doing more of that.
I'll just leave it up to my Stake President. I'll report and let him decide.
johnshaw wrote:Not sure what that means... those aren't published / webcast either.
Hagothsen wrote:You say that inspiration used to bless saints at any given Stake Conference, is local to those saints, and not to the church as a whole. Could we not say the same thing about inspiration given at a single coordinating council meeting?
Users browsing this forum: No registered users and 2 guests