Shatner Doing Live Video Chat Thursday – First Question From TrekMovie.com Community Member December 11, 2007by Anthony Pascale , Filed under: Shatner , trackback
This Thursday (Dec. 13) William Shatner will be appearing on Hollywood Now, a live video Internet chat show from PalTalk.com. During the show Shatner will be taking questions from those who are logged via the PalTalk software. The half hour show begins at 1 pm Eastern, but you will be able to join the ‘room’ around 3 hours before hand and ‘raise your hand’ to be put into the queue. TrekMovie.com has arranged with PalTalk to have the first question come from from a TrekMovie.com community member (details below).
First Question goes to a TrekMovie.com community member
In the comments section below, submit a question that you would like to ask Mr. Shatner. Also mention your first name and where you are from (City, State/province/country). Tomorrow (Wednesday Dec 12) at 5PM Pacific I will be picking one question to be put at the top of the queue. Just a note, the question I pick will not be a variation on “will you be in the new movie?” since Mr. Shatner has spoken quite a bit on that recently and nothing has changed since his latest statement. The TrekMovie.com question will be asked by the host Joanne Colan.
Go face to face with Shatner!
Log in live via the PalTalk software on Thursday and see if your question gets asked. But feel free to submit questions on PalTalk since Mr. Shatner may take up to a dozen questions during the show. In the software you ‘raise your hand’ to be put into the queue. Just like with any call in show, your question will be screened by PalTalk If called on you can ask you question ‘live’ via text, microphone or your own webcam…letting you go face to face with the Shat! If you do not want to participate in the chat and just want to watch, you can see the show streaming on PalTalk.com on Thursday at 1PM Eastern.
More information about the show and a link for the PalTalk software are available HERE
If you miss the show, a streaming version should be available at PalTalk a few days after the show.