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#1 User is offline   Blue Uriah 

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Posted 2012-July-19, 03:44

Excuse the plug, but I thought this might be interesting to BBF folk. On Friday August 3rd at 7pm (BST) the EBU is hosting a Hangout on Google+ with three England players fresh from their success in Dublin and raring to go for Lille: Heather Dhondy, Sally Brock (gold in the Women's) and David Gold (who qualified for the Bermuda Bowl). A Hangout is essentially an online video conference so you'll be able to watch them talk about their preparation, what it takes to be a top player and answer some questions from the public.

The Hangout will take place on Google+ so circle the EBU page there to avoid missing out. You can submit questions in advance, either through the Google+ post or on Facebook. So if you've ever had a burning question to ask the top pros, now's your chance!
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Posted 2012-July-19, 03:54

lol who does the ebu think the target audience is? obviously they've got no idea or they wouldn't refer to it as a 'live hangout'.
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Posted 2012-July-19, 05:18

View Postwank, on 2012-July-19, 03:54, said:

lol who does the ebu think the target audience is? obviously they've got no idea or they wouldn't refer to it as a 'live hangout'.

Nope, we have no idea who the target audience is. We've never done something like this before and, as far as I'm aware, neither has anyone else. At least not well. We're just going to try and put on a fun show; if it's good people will watch.
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Posted 2012-July-21, 17:35

View PostBlue Uriah, on 2012-July-19, 05:18, said:

Nope, we have no idea who the target audience is. We've never done something like this before and, as far as I'm aware, neither has anyone else. At least not well. We're just going to try and put on a fun show; if it's good people will watch.

I'd watch it but will be at work then - will it be available for later viewing?
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Posted 2012-July-23, 02:46

View Postsquealydan, on 2012-July-21, 17:35, said:

I'd watch it but will be at work then - will it be available for later viewing?

Yep, it should be on Youtube afterwards. Look out for the link on the EBU website.
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Posted 2012-August-03, 15:37

i started to watch it, but the sound was just too bad. did anyone do a soundcheck in advance? obviously it's easy to criticise, but it's hardly surprising that someone's computer wasn't set up properly - these are not computer geeks by trade.
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