Vatican Radio and Vatican TV (CTV or Centro Televisivo Vaticano) has been, finally, providing a video channel with the “raw” feed without voice-over commentary in various languages.
They are to be applauded! Thank you, thank you!
I was, for example, about to watch 1st Vespers of Mary Mother of God without the yaking. I believe this morning Mass for Epiphany was also available without the voice-over. Keep in mind that the voice-over of these video broadcasts came from Vatican RADIO…. RADIO…. no pictures, right? With video you don’t need as much commentary as for Radio. And some of us didn’t want any at all. Well… now we have what we wanted.
In any event, now that Vatican Radio and CTV have provided this great service… they need to start
…archiving their video broadcasts.
If they could make a video broadcast, without commentary, available for at least one week after the event, that would be a great service.
It is nice to have the broadcast live. However, let them also make the broadcasts available for people who are not in the same time zone as Rome, or who must miss the live feed broadcast.
Pretty please? At least one week?
This is where you readers come in.
The website of Vatican Radio is still an unintegrated mess, so it is hard to find the best email address for your kind notes of thanks and encouragement. Try this:
It’ll take just a moment.
Thank you for providing live audio and video streams of the Holy Father’s activities. Thank you for adding the option to watch the video stream without commentary.
Will you please consider archiving the video broadcasts for at least one week? In this way many more people will benefit from your good work and from the Holy Father’s good example, especially in the sacred liturgy.
Many thanks again and prayerful best wishes for your important apostolate,
They have a donation page. After making a donation to WDTPRS, you might try them as well if you listen to or watch their stream.
C’mon WDTPRSers! See if you can make a dent!