Arrowmen can experience NOAC 2015 through live stream events
The 2015 National Order of the Arrow Conference is bigger than ever, not only in East Lansing but all over the virtual world. The Order of the Arrow is bringing the experience of the entire week to all Arrowmen, both at home and on campus through live stream technology. Arrowmen who want to experience NOAC 2015 from home can log on-line and watch most of the shows, training sessions, conference events and original program for free. All of this will be available at noac2015.org/tv.
This year’s efforts are a continuation of the streaming process that started at NOAC 2012. Three years ago, a small staff streamed the shows as well as virtual Meet the Man sessions featuring interviews with national officers and VIPs. With advances in technology and the extremely high demand to celebrate the OA’s centennial anniversary, this year’s conference has taken the virtual experience to a new level. Building on the success of 2012, NOAC 2015 will provide hours of live streaming for anyone to watch.
The Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday shows will all be live streamed for anyone on the web to experience. The Production Team takes viewers straight to Breslin Student Events Center. In addition to shows, training classes will also be streamed for viewers at home. There will be a half hour NOAC Nightly News before each show. This series will be a recap of each day of what happened at the conference. Missed what happened on the other side of campus? NOAC TV solves that problem. After each show will be NOAC Tonight, a more laid-back, light humored talk show with various VIPs and other guests.
NOAC 2015 is a conference like no other. There will not only be more people than ever on-site to have a conference experience but the digital presence will be greater than ever. Check out noac2015.org/tv to get engaged.
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