noufal at gmail.com
Wed Jun 30 09:13:53 CEST 2010
Okay. We need a *good* A/V team to record the event. It's something we
should spend money on if necessary since quality is a must.
Last year, it was just a phone call to justdial and me barking orders
in broken urdu to a bunch of guys who didn't know what the event was
about. While we have to engage with the parties only by early
September, I think it's a good idea to fish out good A/V recording
providers and talk with them. Any suggestions/ideas?
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