Category Archives: Live Broadcast

Lake Tahoe Community College – Graduation Event Production 2019

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Lake Tahoe Community College’s 44th annual graduation ceremony on Friday, June 28 can be watched entirely online via a livestream! You can watch it on our Graduation webpage, or on our Facebook page. The broadcast will begin at 5:45pm, with the ceremony starting at 6pm as the soon-to-be graduates enter the soccer field area. Enjoy humorist and positivity proponent Paul Osincup, our keynote speaker and popular TEDx performer, as he describes how the power of humor and positivity can lead to a more productive and supportive workplace. You’ll also see “GRADitude” videos from some of our students, sharing their thanks with loved ones.

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Talks that Inspire Live Event – May 26 2018

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This was our fourth Spiritual Summit. The major goal for these events is to share with the community a way in which to get beyond challenges that life presents and gain a balance on the side of good. Ideas, based on the Christ and the teachings of the discoverer and founder of Christian Science, Mary Baker Eddy, were presented on where people can turn when they have tried everything and nothing has worked. Do you just have to live with something with no hope of betterment? Our speakers shared how we can expect good and to gain freedom from whatever is bothering us!

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Live Stream for 2018 Star Follies, Incline Village NV

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The Incline Star Follies, in its first sixteen years, is proud to have raised more than $800,000 for the benefit of the children and staff of Incline Elementary School, Incline Middle School and Incline High School.

Tahoe Production House once again joined the 2017 Star Follies to raise even more money and bring the show to even more viewers by Live Streaming it online. Tahoe Production House shot with a 3 camera live switch set up, and used Laika to deliver the stream to raise funds for the schools.

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