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Live Coverage of the PWC Victory Party

By Greg L | 1 November 2009 | Virginia Politics, Blogs, Prince William County | No Comments

I’m working out the details now, but it looks like I’ll be able to live stream coverage from the PWC Victory Party at L&B’s Pizzaria starting at 7:00PM Tuesday night.  Republicans in some of the most-watched districts in Virginia will be there for live interviews, as well as local elected officials and perhaps quite a few surprise guests.  We’ll have coverage of all the elections in Virginia and special coverage on House of Delegates races in Northern Virginia, especially those local to Prince William County.  There are sponsorship opportunities available, and I’m looking for some on-air talent to either allow me a few breaks during what I think will be about a three hour broadcast, or if I get enough interesting offers, to be all of the talent in front of the camera, which would allow me to focus on the technical aspects of the production.

And by the way,  if there’s anyone out there with a seamless video switcher they might be willing to lend me for an evening, I’d really be in your debt, as that would allow me to run multiple cameras, which I really would like to do for something like this. 

The channel for the show will be at http://www.ustream.tv/channel/prince-william-county-politics



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