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Old 07-23-2019, 08:20 PM
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Originally Posted by DiscFifty View Post
Quite frankly, I do. No need to go over the tech, because we all know it's possible for 2 people anywhere to record audio at the same time while watching a video. I'm saying...get 2 people on board who will be the "voices" of the media house. Can grow with the company, etc, etc. I could see different players, guest commentators, etc, for the casual rounds, fun events, etc, but for the big events, why not strive to have continuity in regards to commentary?

So you need to find two people who have expert knowledge of disc golf, know the players, their style of play, know the courses, are available to do commentary together (similar work/life schedules) and are always available for the big events?

Plus they would need to be affordable as the "major media houses" don't have a ton of money to throw around.

Gotcha, seems super easy.

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