I have my ticket and just received an email notification (as did likely all who bought a ticket already) from Chris that the event had to be moved to Twitch. You don’t have to subscribe to watch it there and you still get your download. Sounds like YouTube’s being stupid again (it’s a public domain movie but the tube has incorrectly flagged it)
Also, their special guests will be Marcus Parks & Carolina Hidalgo ( Last Podcast on the Left, Carolina Hidalgo )
The show will be shown this coming Tuesday, the 14th, and I hope to see you all there. Should be a blast.
I won’t bother with the stream itself, I’ll just pop the download onto the NAS instead. Where I’m concerned, as long as they provide direct file deliveries they can stream it wherever they like. But I know not everyone’s in the same boat.
We could just use this one, no need to double up (I can change the title) or do you mean something separate where we gab while we watch (which I don’t like doing personally as it distracts me from the show… but I’m down with talking about it after)
I guess I don’t understand what you’re asking? Do you want 2 discussion threads for this specific show (this one, and another)? Or you want to start a general Mads Live thread (which we have). I’m confused as to what another thread will do, but I’m not the boss, so do what you wanna do.
I’m going to have to run and will be watching it later, but have fun y’all, with whatever you decide. (but I changed the header, just in case)
Ah, okay… and sorry for being so dense. I’ll blame it on insomnia.
So I just started it, and there’s a message that states that parts of the audio have been muted due to rights issues… so I’m hoping it won’t be muted on the download. I think I’ll pause it, and wait till tomorrow and see what Chris has to say when he sends out those downloads.
Man, what a pain this movie has become. Curious, that we got a new MST update discussing rights issues, and how doing PD isn’t as easy as it seems – that’s been put on display with Brain Eaters.
BTW - Chris did send out an updated link for The Tingler, which is the next rebroadcast
In this case, the rights thing is more a problem with YouTube’s system than anything else, I think. I have a channel with old public domain radio shows, and I was constantly having to contest false claims brought by people who claimed to own the rights. Most of the time they would back down, but if they don’t, you have no recourse with YouTube but to bring a formal legal challenge.