Webcast with John Morton
Live Seminar with John Morton
Saturday, August 17 2013 @ 1:00 PM PDT*
* note: you can use time zone converter or a similar service to find out when this broadcast is airing in your area. Simply convert from Los Angeles time (Pacific; GMT-8) to your local time.
About The Event
There is no registration required for the Internet broadcast.
The Class / Question & Answer session will be broadcast in video on the Internet using Windows Media Video and in audio only on the Internet using Windows Media Audio. Mac Users can use VLC Media Player to access our webcasts.
Starting one hour prior to the event, you will be able to connect to our broadcast by going to:
You will hear a music broadcast or see a video presentation until the event begins.
You can also watch the webcast at a group gathering in a location near you. Click here for a contact list of communities hosting webcast viewings.
The bi-monthly Webcast Class / Q&A sessions with John Morton are broadcast in video as well as audio. You need to install Windows Media Player on your PC or VLC Media Player on your Mac in order to receive the event. The audio quality on the audio-only stream is usually slightly better than the audio quality on the low speed video stream. Also, older computers and computers with slower modems are more likely to be able to receive an audio-only stream than a video stream.
We will have technical support staff available by phone
starting one hour before the broadcast to assist you if
you have any trouble hearing or viewing the online broadcast.
Call (323) 737-4055 for technical support on the
day of the event. If you get a busy signal, our tech
support crew is busy answering other calls.
Please call back. Tech support is also available during business hours Pacific Time.
You can also email for technical support to email@example.com during business hours Pacific Time.
We recommend that you do the following test prior
to the day of the upcoming Internet broadcast to ensure
that your computer system is ready to receive the live
seminar. To test if your computer is capable of
receiving the online broadcast, click here:
and then click on Watch or Listen Now to the Previous Broadcast.
If you can hear or view the previous event, you will be able to
hear or view the upcoming live event.
If you are participating online, you can download any
handouts for the Webcast class ahead of time to make things
easier for you during the webcast. You can download a PDF
file of the handout, or print a webpage of the handout. Go
to http://www.msia.org/class to get the handout.
For more information on getting ready for Live Internet Webcasts, as well as information on listening to or watching previously recorded clips, please read the Webcasts & Multimedia FAQ.
Here is additional information about what is
required for your computer:
If you have Microsoft Windows PC you can use Windows Media Player to watch the video broadcast. If you need to download the free Windows Media Player, go to the following link for all supported Windows operating systems:
VLC Media Player for Mac
If you have a Mac with OS X 10.5 or later, you can use VLC Media Player to either listen to, or watch the broadcast. To use VLC Media Player to either listen to or view the broadcast, you will need to have VLC Media Player downloaded and installed on your computer. If you need to download VLC Media Player, go to http://www.videolan.org/vlc/
Click on the orange Download VLC button.
We strongly recommend that you view our own downloading and installation instructions.