Thread: Moogis Question

hankpipes - 3/14/2009 at 09:11 PM

As of now, I still have not signed up for Moogis. The thing that has held me back is that I know my busy life lately wouldn't afford me the time to sit and enjoy many of the shows. But since I've been to Thurday's show, and read so much positive stuff about it here, I'm bugged about missing out on the fun and considering jumping in. My question is this - after the performance, can I log in at any time and watch any particular show in an "on demand" mode, or can I only see a certain shows when it is being broadcast. Thanks for the help.


bob1954 - 3/14/2009 at 09:22 PM

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...can I log in at any time and watch any particular show in an "on demand" mode?

Yes you can. Anytime you want to for the next 6 months.


CHUCKLINDSEY - 3/14/2009 at 09:27 PM

Wait no longer to subscribe. There is a link on the Moogis Homepage "Watch a Show". They are archived and you can watch any of them at any time you choose. For instance, you can watch tonights live event. I will take about 6 hours after the show for that one to become available as archived. You can watch last nights show, as well as the previous shows from this run, along with 07's Piedmont Park show and many others Butch has made available on Moogis. To me, this is the best deal going Hankpipes. I subscribed Jan 30 for the $100.00 rate and have gotten my moneys worth and then some. I did the math and entire Beacon run is less than $7.00 a night. All shows will be available until Sept 30. Don't hesitate and welcome. You wont be sorry as others feel the same way I do.i


hankpipes - 3/14/2009 at 09:27 PM

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...can I log in at any time and watch any particular show in an "on demand" mode?

Yes you can. Anytime you want to for the next 6 months.


Play, pause, resume, ff, rw, all that good stuff?


CHUCKLINDSEY - 3/14/2009 at 09:29 PM

Yep just like VCR


hankpipes - 3/14/2009 at 09:32 PM

Cool. Thanks for the help folks. Looks like I'm jumpin' in!


Brock - 3/14/2009 at 09:34 PM

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Cool. Thanks for the help folks. Looks like I'm jumpin' in!


You will thank yourself. I think I would have stuck up a convenience store if I had to.


CHUCKLINDSEY - 3/14/2009 at 09:40 PM

If you read gondicar's thread from last night, there were 257 replies going on during the show and even if you are by yourself watching, it's like being in a room with all of your friends posting comments. Hope you enjoy the music & friends


Pastdreams - 3/14/2009 at 10:35 PM

I've signed up for Moogis but not for the Beacon run. If I can the itch to watch a particular show one night, what will it cost me? How far in advance would I have to log on and how would I pay for it?
Anything else I should know?


Hophead - 3/14/2009 at 10:49 PM


Hey how Lizzie -

Sign up for Moogis NOW! There is no option for watching an individual show, so you can't jump in that way. Instead, for a flat $125 (would have been $100 if you'd signed up a couple of weeks ago) you get ALL the shows.

You can watch each night's show LIVE as it's played -- PLUS you can watch any show that's already been Webcast, all or in part, any time you want to for the next SIX months!

You pay by credit card and can begin using the service immediately.

You need this!


Pastdreams - 3/15/2009 at 12:19 AM

I guess I shouldn't ask why!


gina - 3/15/2009 at 01:12 AM

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As of now, I still have not signed up for Moogis. The thing that has held me back is that I know my busy life lately wouldn't afford me the time to sit and enjoy many of the shows. But since I've been to Thurday's show, and read so much positive stuff about it here, I'm bugged about missing out on the fun and considering jumping in. My question is this - after the performance, can I log in at any time and watch any particular show in an "on demand" mode, or can I only see a certain shows when it is being broadcast. Thanks for the help.


You gotta do it then you can be there when they Bring Back Betts (even if just for a show).


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