As some of you may know, we were hoping to stream parts of the Loading Ready Run 5 Year Anniversary Live Screening (the LRR 5 YALS) live on the internet. Unfortunately, circumstances prevented this from happening. Even more unfortunately, quite a few people who were hoping to watch the stream were suddenly left in the lurch with nothing to watch.
Luckily for those people, Alex Steacy saved the day by putting up a webcam stream and holding a live Ask An Alex event. For more information about what happened during AAA Live, check the wiki page here.
Since the impromptu AAA Live was so successful, Alex recently made the following announcement:
Hey guys! This Saturday it will have been a week since my impromptu Q&A session on webcam, so I think its only appropriate that we do it again!
This week however, I plan to try something slightly different which may or may not turn out well – but we’ll see if it works. I will be broadcasting a live, improvised show based on questions from the irc feed for 30-45 minutes, and simultaneously taping the event using a proper camera, the footage from which will be used to edit down a LRR-length video with SFX and visuals to match.
That having been stated, please tune in at:
I will go live at ~8:00PM EDT (I think) on Saturday, October 25, but feel free to congregate and chat among yourselves before we get underway.
Here’s hoping things go well!
Read the announcement from its original source and get some questions ready in the forum thread here: http://loadingreadyrun.com/forum/viewtopic.php?t=7181