Professional Emcee Answers: To Studio or Not to Studio?

Hey, Event Planners: To Studio or Not to Studio?  Hi there, event planners! Fancy seeing you here on the blog today. If you’ve clicked onto this post, I can sympathize with your dilemma. It truly is a daunting question: To studio or not to studio?  To source a professional setting or work with what you have? With hundreds of shows as a professional emcee under my belt, I think I know just how to answer your question. In reality, whether or not you utilize a professional studio or simply wing it from your break room relies on dozens of factors.

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Emcee for National Speakers Asssociation

As a professional emcee, I host a LOT of corporate events: live/in-person events, virtual events, and hybrid events. But there’s one hybrid emcee event date that’s been jumping off of my calendar since the moment

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Find the Positives in a Pandemic

A True Win-Win: How I Found the Positives in the Pandemic It’s no secret that thousands, if not millions, of lives have changed since the start of the coronavirus pandemic. Personally, my life as an

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Family Vacation in Fort Collins

After serving as virtual emcee for 200+ virtual events in the last year, I was way overdue for a vacation! I had a fantastic week in Fort Collins with the family. Uncle Jeff was in

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Visit to Children’s Hospital Colorado

What a delight to meet and visit with Chris Coleman and the good people who run the Seacrest Studios at Children’s Hospital Colorado! Children’s Hospital Colorado is one of our newer Win-Win Entertainment programs. We began

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Speakers Steve Spangler & John Sileo

As a professional emcee, I get to meet and connect with a lot of incredible keynote speakers on the speaking circuit… speakers like Steve Spangler and John Sileo. While I was very familiar with both

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