Podcasting or Streaming

September 19, 2017
Pro-nounceĀ® provides quality, HD video production to churches. We help you communicate your announcements to your attendees. Backed by our years of experience in video production and editing, you can rest assured your message will be communicated through clear, concise, and high-quality video.

By Casii Stephan · August 31, 2017
Changing your presentation software has its own set of unique challenges, but with a little bit of preparation you can minimize issues and eliminate potential headaches.

Jeremy Mika · June 04, 2017
But is it the best path to travel for your church? Streaming your church service, whether it is via audio/video podcast or live video stream is a serious undertaking. And streaming with excellence requires answering some tough questions up front.

Mark MacDonald · May 09, 2017
While getting inspiration from other churches is not seen as a problem, there are considerations that need to be carefully thought over before re-using creative content from other houses of worship

By Jennifer Johnson · April 11, 2017
reaching people with the message of what Christ has done is a number one priority. Streaming is an option that easily helps to spread the good news of the gospel.

Gary Zandstra · February 28, 2017
It is easy and desirous for some to grab on to the simple thought, "all that is needed for church growth is a new or bigger building."

WFM Staff · February 06, 2017
A great streaming solution for church: Black Magic Web Presenter allows customers to use their professional SDI and HDMI video sources with streaming software and services such as YouTube Live, Facebook Live, and more.

By Greg Stovell · January 03, 2017
How a thousand mile mourner can recieve gifts of pastoral care through online streaming

By Brad Duryea · December 30, 2016
One of church productions bigger challenges is finding the right mix in the venue live, but then a much different one for streaming.

Jim Kumorek · December 01, 2016
When playing popular CD music to welcome and set the tone for your church service should you be concerned about copyright infringements?