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Re: Zoom meeting Tue Feb 23, 2021 4:48 pm  

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I bow to your knowledge. I just suspect Covid and furlough make it more difficult to do stuff


I have no knowledge as such, I just know it's not offering much at present. I may be wrong but I'd have thought that a small media outlet would be one of the easier things to run at the moment. For a while, the BBC appeared to be running from the presenter's bedrooms.

it is possible to support the club by pointing out things that the average paying fan is not happy with. That said it's not the end of my world that my £4.99 isn't buying me much but others may be less generous.
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Re: Zoom meeting Tue Feb 23, 2021 5:16 pm  

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I have no knowledge as such, I just know it's not offering much at present. I may be wrong but I'd have thought that a small media outlet would be one of the easier things to run at the moment. For a while, the BBC appeared to be running from the presenter's bedrooms.

it is possible to support the club by pointing out things that the average paying fan is not happy with. That said it's not the end of my world that my £4.99 isn't buying me much but others may be less generous.


I think I agree.
My 4.99 is as much about investing what I can in the club as it is watching Wakefield games as I'm usually at the games, but it's a missed opportunity I think.
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Re: Zoom meeting Tue Feb 23, 2021 10:44 pm  

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The news about the academy could be a bit concerning unless i heard wrong or miss understood but maybe the league wanting to do away with this level if so where di future players come from
Re: Zoom meeting Fri Feb 26, 2021 10:19 am  

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Just going back to the TrinityTV part....is it me or does it seem more difficult to navigate these days? I'm sure in the past the match videos where placed into sub categories for each season. Was much easier to just click, say "2015" and find a game from there.
Re: Zoom meeting Fri Feb 26, 2021 10:40 am  

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Just going back to the TrinityTV part....is it me or does it seem more difficult to navigate these days? I'm sure in the past the match videos where placed into sub categories for each season. Was much easier to just click, say "2015" and find a game from there.


Yeah, it really needs a good sort out at some point. It looks very clunky. I'd love a crack at making it look more polished. I don't actually know how to do it but with 20+ years working with Adobe creative suite and imovies amongst others, I'm sure I could work it out given time and access.
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Re: Zoom meeting Fri Feb 26, 2021 2:24 pm  

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charlie wrote:
Just going back to the TrinityTV part....is it me or does it seem more difficult to navigate these days? I'm sure in the past the match videos where placed into sub categories for each season. Was much easier to just click, say "2015" and find a game from there.


yes you have to sift through all the videos to find what you want, not good
Re: Zoom meeting Fri Feb 26, 2021 2:49 pm  

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A video diary from a different player ever week could prove a winner.
A fly on the wall type visits in to the everyday running of the club front the chairman and coaches point of view.
Match day preparations etc etc.
Re: Zoom meeting Fri Feb 26, 2021 4:13 pm  
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vastman wrote:
I have no knowledge as such, I just know it's not offering much at present. I may be wrong but I'd have thought that a small media outlet would be one of the easier things to run at the moment. For a while, the BBC appeared to be running from the presenter's bedrooms.

it is possible to support the club by pointing out things that the average paying fan is not happy with. That said it's not the end of my world that my £4.99 isn't buying me much but others may be less generous.

100% agree with you, an opportunity missed and an area we are poorly performing at, Featherstone are releasing video’s features players profiles multiple times a day and they put a lot of the SL clubs to shame with the professionalism and frequency their media (and social media) updates.
I pay for trin TV as it’s another way of supporting the club along with my commit 6, platinum season ticket, player sponsorship and voluntary work, but it’s an area of the clubs profile along with its inconsistent and fragmented social media presence that could easily be improved (at very little cost) and would have a positive effect for the club.
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Re: Zoom meeting Fri Feb 26, 2021 4:43 pm  

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100% agree with you, an opportunity missed and an area we are poorly performing at, Featherstone are releasing video’s features players profiles multiple times a day and they put a lot of the SL clubs to shame with the professionalism and frequency their media (and social media) updates.
I pay for trin TV as it’s another way of supporting the club along with my commit 6, platinum season ticket, player sponsorship and voluntary work, but it’s an area of the clubs profile along with its inconsistent and fragmented social media presence that could easily be improved (at very little cost) and would have a positive effect for the club.


Great work there FT. :CLAP:
I'm almost there apart from the sponsoring and voluntary work. :oops:
And before anyone starts, I'm sure you're not the only one that "commits" to our club that much.....
Re: Zoom meeting Fri Feb 26, 2021 4:57 pm  

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100% agree with you, an opportunity missed and an area we are poorly performing at, Featherstone are releasing video’s features players profiles multiple times a day and they put a lot of the SL clubs to shame with the professionalism and frequency their media (and social media) updates.
I pay for trin TV as it’s another way of supporting the club along with my commit 6, platinum season ticket, player sponsorship and voluntary work, but it’s an area of the clubs profile along with its inconsistent and fragmented social media presence that could easily be improved (at very little cost) and would have a positive effect for the club.


Exactly, it's the least expensive and most effective way of promoting the club.

I am right now offering. at no cost to the club, a willingness to look at ways to improve Trinity TV. I'm happy to set it up, maintain it, and upgrade it as required. It would take time as I'm not fully conversant with the set up as of now but I'm willing and will become able, I have the time and at least some of the know-how and it can all be done without me or anyone else leaving their seat, other than Terry and the cameraman,

I have no issue with the presentation of either the game coverage or the other content, that to me is fine but just a bit sparse at present. It just needs weaving together in a coherent and professional style, one that will attract more subscribers and perhaps even some local advertising revenue.

Things I'd like to do.

1: Easy on-demand access by team and date match archive. Also, on the most recent matches (last three seasons) and all future matches add a score/time panel at the bottom or at the top of the screen, and a stats panel at the end of the match.

2: A week that was, all interviews and other article bundled into a single programme at the end of every week and then also made available as an on-demand product, as Sky do. Note this would be the best vehicle to sell or offer existing sponsors advertising in.

3: Speciality on-demand documentaries - Player profiles - Season by season highlights - Classic matches, at least as far back as the 1960's all are available and many copyright-free - Training and fitness videos for young players and for the general public using players and the clubs coaching staff (if they are up for it and capable). Please add any more ideas.

4: The club shop can also promote products and special offer, it's not difficult, get somebody reasonably athletic to wear it and film it on a mobile phone, it doesn't take much technology these days to create a reasonable product.

5: Make home academy games on-demand, say £1.99 a match, all proceeds to the Club 1873, I reckon a fair few would pay that.

6: Finally the zoom meetings, there is no reason why these can't be broadcast almost live, with say a 10-minute delay for obvious reasons, so that those who don't wish to take part can none the less watch the proceeding nearly live, like a newscast.

A lot of this already exists to be fair, it just needs pulling together and packaging properly.

Anybody any other ideas please add, I am no expert on this or much else for that matter.

The truth is there may even be people on here far better qualified than I am, they may not have the time but they do have the expertise to help.

Trinity TV could be a real platform to be exploited and I just don't think it has been as of yet. Not a criticism at all and I understand it's not a priority for a small club, which is why I'm offering to look at it. I accept that some of what I have suggested may not be possible but we can only know that when we try.
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