The Wide Guide – Get it for Free

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It’s Social Media Monday! We’re kicking off the week with a chance for 3 lucky folks to grab Luke McElroy’s, The Wide Guide for free. That’s right, no strings attached. Go visit us on Facebook to enter. Want 5 extra entries? Share a pic of you using TripleWide Media content in your church service, production, etc.

That’s all it takes. Multiple entries are allowed so be sure to share with your whole team!

Win a Free Wide Guide from TripleWide Media

So, what is The Wide Guide?

What is The Wide Guide:

The Wide Guide is full of ideas, insight, detailed diagrams, pictures, ways to save money and a detailed look into the most common multiscreen video setups in the industry. Every Chapter includes a picture of the setup from one of our friends, an overview of the technology used including advice from Luke’s personal experiences, pro’s and con’s list for that specific design, list of ways to save money when trying to setup this design and finally, a blueprint of how to set it up.

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Who’s The Wide Guide for?

The Wide Guide was written for all sort of creatives that are involved in the planning or execution of creative video applications… Here are just a few people that will find the greatest benefit by owning The Wide Guide:

• Stage Designers
• Video Engineers
• Event Planners
• Concert Producers
• Corporate Event Organizers
• Production Companies
• Non-Profit Fundraiser Committee Leads
• Creative Directors & Dreamers
• Church Tech Directors & VJ’s
• Theatrical Directors & Set Designers.
• Video Nerds and Forward Thinkers!


To buy The Wide Guide
Click Here


Don’t miss out on this great resource. Show up to your next meeting with a leg up on Multiscreen technology!

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Tim Southwick

Author Tim Southwick

Tim is the Brand Manager for TripleWide Media. He has 10 years experience in the event management world and has a strong desire to see visuals and media used to increase the user experience.

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