Some of the most challenging events to produce are televised events. With a mega televised event such as the Super Bowl, Inauguration or Olympics you only have one shot to get things right. If you aren’t prepared or things go wrong it really shows.

In fact, we saw a prime example of this at the Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade last week when the lip-sync track audio did not match up with Rita Ora’s in ear track creating an out-of-sync disaster of a performance that unfolded in front of millions viewing the live show. So how do you execute a flawless televised show? How do you deal with the pressure that comes along with planning one? Is it really that different than any other event?

Joining us in today’s episode is Paul Winston the owner of Razor Marketing and Management and an expert on mega televised events. Paul has worked on events such as the Olympics, the Super Bowl, the National Memorial Day Concert, A Capitol Fourth Concert, both of which you can see every year televised on PBS and so much more. Paul will be joining us speaking about the challenges that go into creating events with such high stakes. He will talk about his most memorable moments, best tips and so much more. You don’t want to miss this jam packed episode!

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The processes we use sometimes are site driven, different than what we have done if we were middle on a field. - Paul Winston Click To Tweet What I learnt working with Capitol Police, Secret Service and other Security Services is that the more you can explain what you are trying to achieve the better they will understand. - Paul Winston Click To Tweet

 

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  • Razor Marketing and Management – Razor is a full service consulting and event management company that delivers turn key solutions to events and programs of any size and budget.
  • Capital Concerts – Capital Concerts, Inc. is the nation’s leading producer of live patriotic television shows.
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  • Sports Travel – The sports world’s event magazine, and producers of the TEAMS Conference & Expo.
  • Teams Conference – The world’s leading conference and expo for the sports-event industry.

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Information junkie, energetic, and work-a-holic are just some of the words we can use to describe Will. Aside from spending 20 out of 24 hours a day working as the Chief Event Einstein of Endless Events, you can catch Will ordering a chai latte or watching The Flash with his cats. He is also well known for his love of all things pretzels. On a serious note, Will does a great job leading the team and thinking of new ways to make Endless excel. His drive and dedication, to Endless, keep the rest of the staff going strong.

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