Is there a charge for viewing the webcast?
A: For the 15th year in a row, International Competition will be available for viewers around the world via the live webcast. The ability to continue streaming the webcast free-of-charge is through donations. Please continue to support the webcast by making a donation today!
Suggested donation amounts:
$40.00 for one day of audio and video
$75.00 and up for more than one day of audio and video
Send checks to International Headquarters:
Sweet Adelines International
Attn: Webcast Donation
9110 S. Toledo Ave
Tulsa, OK 74137
All donations made to Sweet Adelines are tax deductible and qualify for matching gifts.
The Webcast is a free event. However, donations are necessary to fund the expense of streaming the Webcast. Thank you for your support.
Is the Coronet Club Show going to be webcast this year?
A: Yes, the Coronet Club Show is back for the 6th year in a row! Access to the live and the on-demand Coronet Club Show is available for $20 USD.
How do I know the webcast will work?
A: Watch the test video on our webcast home page. If the video’s audio and picture quality is clear, then your computer meets the minimum requirements and you are ready to sign up. If not, please visit our support page. If you have dial-up internet, the webcast will only be available through audio.
Can I watch the webcast using my wireless LAN at home?
A: We strongly recommend using a wired connection rather than using wireless connection. Wireless can cause additional buffering and other interruptions to your stream.
I can’t see any video or hear any audio; video is cutting in and out; the picture is freezing or skipping.
A: #1 Make sure that you are not on a wireless network. It’s better to use a wired internet connection. Plug a network cable into the back of the wireless hub, and then to the computer.
A: #3 Make sure you have the latest version of Flash installed on your computer. Get the latest Flash player here.
Can I watch the webcast on my iPhone, iPad, or iPod?
A: Yes, the webcast is available on iOS devices.
Will Android phones and tablets work with the webcast?
A: Most Android devices should be able to display the webcast. If you are having trouble, you may need a web browser that supports Flash Player. FlashFox and Dolphin Browser are two browsers available in the Google Play Store that have worked correctly.
Will the webcast work on my Wii, Playstation, Xbox, WebTV, etc…?
A: We recommend trying the test video with your preferred device. If it doesn’t play, then unfortunately it probably won’t work. We recommend using a computer with a wired internet connection.