hey guys you can watch the supermatch on you tube right now. My great friend Dany Oghia put it all together and did a phenomenal job so check it out. Thanks to Eric and all who made this weekend possible, great job guys, I had a wonderful time.
I'm sorry but am I missing something here? What the hell is this all about? Was this suppose to be private in the first place and if so why was no one informed about it. Somebody talk to me and make your statement clear this time.
With no tv network sponsorship signs posted anywhere at this public venue, how is anyone supposed to know that trying to get this event picked up by a tv station was the intention? How am I supposed to tell my friend that his enthusiasm for the sport and his excitement to put together a great youtube video is not wanted or appreciated?
Next time make everyone who is watching the event sign a legal document stating that they are not allowed to use any electronic devices in order to film and distribute the contents to the public. If you don't do this then what do you expect from the public? Go ahead and use the footage, afterall the work is already done for you. We should be thanking those who show interest in this sport and not turn them away.
Post by Bilal Kreidieh on Jun 5, 2012 1:27:03 GMT -5
really don't understand what the big deal is. surely you don't think having an event in a public place like an expo will stop people from filming it would you? if thats the case, it should be held in a private room with limited audience and the dvds sold to the public....otherwise this will happen, no surprise here....i mean it's publicity isnt it? it's being watched on youtube, thats publicity.
Post by Dr. Dixon Glory on Jun 5, 2012 1:34:31 GMT -5
Interestingly , in our region people in their busy life not get time to watch many tv programmes. every one prefer some thing like internet which can be viewed at their own convenient time .
I am not sure about your area's situation. Still I have a thinking that efforts to generate popularity in TV may not be fruitful in future in all parts of the world, considering how busy people are becoming in daily life. Dixon