Blrt on The Chaser and win!
Comedy legends The Chaser have launched a new magazine, The Chaser Quarterly. The mag kicks off with The Chaser’s Year in Review, and The Chaser team is nonchalantly (ok… desperately) awaiting your feedback on it – via Blrt.
In fact, they’re so keen to hear what you think, they’re willing to reward the person who makes the best Blrt with great prizes, including a subscription to The Chaser Quarterly and a framed portrait of their favourite Australian politician, signed by The Chaser team.
Check it out on Blrt.tv
We’ve used our partnership with The Chaser to launch the alpha version of Blrt.tv, our exciting new feature in Blrt that was designed especially to showcase great Blrt content.
How to enter the Blrt on The Chaser competition
If you’re in Australia and you’re already using Blrt, you’ll see that Blrt.tv has now been added into your main menu. The Chaser is our first channel on Blrt.tv!
When you tap on the Blrt.tv section, you’ll see all the Blrts that have already been made as entries into the competition.
Hit the green Blrt The Chaser button at the bottom right. That will pre-load The Year in Review article – ready for you to talk, point and draw over. Don’t hold back.
There are lots of situations in which you might need some feedback, but asking for feedback is sometimes asking a lot of someone. They have to try and catch you on the phone, or type you up an email, or send it via carrier pigeon. And no-one wants to mess with pigeons. Our years of experience in marketing and advertising made us realise there needed to be a way to make giving feedback easier, so we invented Blrt.
Blrt is a communications platform, with mobile and desktop interfaces. It enables people to get their point across quickly, by talking, pointing and drawing over images, documents and websites. The result is a video-like recording that can be shared with others, called a Blrt, that requires much less bandwidth than video.
Blrt recreates the way people communicate face-to-face, providing a better, more human method of working with others remotely. Once recorded, Blrts are stored in the cloud and are exchanged with others in a conversation-like fashion. A record is kept of the exchange, and new parties and media can be added at any time.
Blrt shifts time and place, allowing anyone, anywhere to participate in their own time, while maintaining conversational continuity and communication clarity by capturing hand gestures like pointing, zooming and drawing in sync with their voice. In an era where activity-based working and distributed teams are commonplace, Blrt will revolutionise the way people interact to get things done.
For more articles about communication and collaboration, see our other blog articles.