Video streaming by Ustream

Here we go, we tested it earlier with a live tour. There is a 5 second delay and might be tough to follow.If you see a black screen, its because we have not gone live yet. We are planning on the 10:45 launch.

47 replies
  1. tommyholm
    tommyholm says:

    if you comment you get bounced out and get to watch an ad and then the video starts over, use the slide bar to catch up.

  2. rabbit
    rabbit says:

    Great job, Matt. You said some really smart things about getting an injection of youth into this hobby. Got me thinking.

  3. Gary
    Gary says:

    When someone in the audience asks a question it would be nice if the presenter repeated the question so the answer might make sense.
    Is this supposed to go on all day? If so the the streamis not live.

  4. Woody Diva
    Woody Diva says:

    K U L T C H A
    Did I here the word…”culture”?
    Did I hear “Fashion”? ” Youth”? “Lifestyle”?
    Now were talkin!
    I may have to come out of my winter, no woody (don’t go there)
    blues and start planning ideas to share for Spring boating.
    Love this live feed.

  5. randy Rush Captain Grumpy
    randy Rush Captain Grumpy says:

    Matt: I have to say it started off painfully slow, like paint drying but once you got going it went pretty well. I do respect you for saying exactly how it is in the boat world, you were very even handed taking pot shots at everyone that deserved it. Nice job!

  6. Alex
    Alex says:

    Did anyone else have a 1969 moon landing video flashback? I could swear I heard the words “mission control” in the background.

  7. John Rothert
    John Rothert says:

    really cool, worked on flathead engine most of the 60 degree day we had, so I missed the streaming but watched it ALL just now and really great stuff!!!

    many thanks Matt and Antique Boat center

    John in Va.

  8. floyd r turbo
    floyd r turbo says:

    Didn’t realize Ustream would allow replay at later time to our convenience, that’s fantastic, I was able to rewind several times back to the point where I fell asleep, lol. Great summary of where and what 30 somethings are. My 20 – 27 yr old kids who grew up with my woodies and going to shows confirm what you said. For the car hobby, they eschew the muscle cars scene — BMW, VW, Audi, Porsche, 240/260 Z’s are the new muscle and they don’t give a crap about numbers matching, original docs, NOS parts. They’re engine swapping, lowering, and modding to suit themselves. Same with boats, my graphic arts influenced daughter wants a mid 70’s sliding top classic ‘glass Aristocraft that comes in the pastel colors that she can identify with. In the car scene, any car imaginable has its own forum following or multiple forums to link “members” around the globe. Many of the forums have an “unwritten” code to follow for posting, or you’ll get “flamed” off the board. Some of the sites, Stanceworks, revlimited, bimmerforums, cherokee (for jeep), tdiclub, vwvortex, mye28 (bmw), air society, turbodieselregister, grassroots motorsports, etc are ones we follow.

    Hat off to you guys for getting us linked up.

  9. Texx
    Texx says:

    I was surprised to learn that the Ustream video re-plays too… over and over…

    I met a guy at a boat show like that once…

  10. RiverRat
    RiverRat says:

    Sunday morning past ten am. Just played the video. Nice job. Thanks for making it available to those of us that cannot travel. And as qlways thankyou for your ongoing work that make WoodyBoater a reality and of course fun.

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