For the first time we are charging a modest amount for the webcast. It's a one time charge of $25 and includes access to all scheduled events.
If you miss a performance, no problem. All competitor performances will be available for playback through the following day. (Example: Live performances on Wednesday will be available through Thursday.) Look for the Recordings button on the Webcast Event Page.
On Monday, Sept. 19, all performances will be available on Sweet Adelines YouTube Channel.
*Does not include access to the Coronet Club Webcast
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We recommend trying the Webcast Test Video on your preferred device. If you are able to watch the test video, then your device meets the minimum requirements for the webcast. If you have any issues with the test video please visit our Support Page .
Yes! The Coronet Club webcast is being offered on a separate website CoronetClubWebcast.com. The cost is $15 for both the webcast and access to the recording.
To access the webcast event page you will need to click on Login or Live Webcast on the website menu. Once you have logged into the website you will be taken to the webcast event page automatically. The title of the event page will clearly say 2022 Webcast Event Page with a big beautiful video player and some chatroom links below.
The webcast event page has two links for chatrooms. When you click a chatroom link a new browser window will open and connect you with your webcast username. Once the chatroom window has opened you can now send and read chats.
If you happen to get disconnected or logged out of the chatroom you will need to 1) close the chat window and 2) launch the chatroom again from the webcast event page link.
These days you are probably ok. However, we normally recommend using a wired connection if possible. We also recommend viewing the Webcast Test Video on your preferred device with the Internet connection you intend to use.
For hotels and coffee spots it really depends on the quality of their Internet services and how many active users. Also, we recommend trying the Webcast Test Video on your preferred device with the Internet connection you intend to use.
A: #1 Check your internet connection. If you are using wireless internet, try switching to a wired internet connection. Try reducing the number of devices on your internet connection.
A: #3 If you have tried all of the above, please visit the Support page.
Yes, the webcast is available on iOS devices and Apple TV with airplay. Also, we recommend trying the Webcast Test Video on your preferred device and internet connection.
Yes, the webcast is available on almost all Android and Chrome devices. Also, we recommend trying the Webcast Test Video on your preferred device and internet connection.
We recommend trying the Webcast Test Video on your preferred device using a web browser if possible. Unfortunately, some devices are not properly configured to connect to the live webcast. If you cannot get the test video to work, we recommend using a computer instead. Most TV's can accept a HDMI connection from a computer that is connected to the webcast.