Peter's Monday Blog - WOE Expansion update: New Synchronized "Live" Music Concerts & writing update.
Greeting, my fellow WOE Friends!
I genuinely hope you enjoyed your holiday weekend. The WOE did it up right, with all the Americana; LED fireworks in the State Fair Dome ceiling, hamburgers, hot dogs, concerts, and of course apple pie.
I updated Peter's Pics on Saturday evening with pictures and a review of the Hatfield and McCoy Dinner Feud, in Pigeon Forge.
If you haven't read this week's WOE Cares on E-Cigarettes, please do.
I have taken a slight break from writing. I will be writing again soon, but may not have the same time release consistency as before. I feel like the deadline pressure, with all of my other responsibilities at the WOE, could weaken the stories. I will keep you updated on my blog here and let you know when something is released on Facebook or Twitter. You can find our social pages by clicking on the social icon at the bottom of the other web pages you wish to go to. Our Facebook and Twitter name is @WorldofEntopia
WOE Complex Expansion Update: Synchronized "Live" Music Concert
The WOE has started a new concert concept called Synchronized "Live" Music Concerts. It began on Thursday, the 4th of July. As you know, there are many concerts and live performances going on throughout the day and night. The WOE Music Channel; The Power Station, has expanded it's technology and can now broadcast the sound and video of any stage from around the property, and re-broadcast it to its radio and TV station and other screens around the Complex, as well closed-circuit TVs in the hotel rooms.
They have always been able to broadcast concerts. But now, they can broadcast any stage or remote location and put it on any screen on property. If you're watching performances on the World Stage, you'll now be able to see other performances from other stages, including the Harmony Theater, on your video screens in front of the World Stage.
So an act may be performing on the World Stage and be broadcast to other screens around the Complex. When that performance ends, an act from another location will start playing immediately, and you can watch it on the video screens, with all the music playing over the speakers.
Here's the best part: They can also communicate with each location and coordinate between all of them. On the 4th of July, they showed bands playing from six different stages. They would show a different band or performer after each song. On the 4th, performers included ZZ top, Rush, and six other bands all taking turns playing. It was awesome! The new Synchronized "Live" Music Concert event lasted about one hour and ran four times on the 4th and two on Friday - Sunday.
All the music is also playing on the Power Station music app, as well as the web channel; WOE Live.
Once the new Complex opens up, they will expand the number of stages to add in their broadcast.
Thanks for reading! Until next time,