March 5, 2008
From From Church Multimedia. Software For $399, this program boasts the ability to toggle different things on each of your different projectors. This could be a very cost effective way for your church to do triple screen, all being separate. Let me know if you’ve tried this. They suggest you can easily insert your favorite presentation software to view within this program. Let me know if you’ve used this, and how it works?
February 21, 2008
The NFL will allow church groups to show the Super Bowl on large-screen televisions, reversing a policy that drew criticism from elected officials.
In a letter to U.S. Sen. Orrin Hatch (R-Utah), NFL commissioner Roger Goodell said the league will no longer object to “live showings — regardless of screen size — of the Super Bowl” by religious organizations, The Washington Post reported.
An earlier story in The Post about church groups canceling Super Bowl parties over fear of legal action by the NFL led to protest by some lawmakers and conservative leaders.
At the center of the issue is an NFL policy which holds that organizations showing public viewings of its games on televisions larger than 55 inches violate the league’s copyright. Sports bars are exempt from the policy, but last year, the NFL sent letters to two church groups, advising them of the rule, according to The Post.
In its letter to Hatch, the NFL said it would not object to big-screen viewings in churches as long as they are free and held on premises that the church uses on a “routine and customary” basis, according to the report.
January 28, 2008