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    Default Broadcasted disclaimer?

    does anyone here who does a light show have a disclaimer message for songs that may have fast, bright, flashing lights? I have programmed a song with just that and want to display only on a weekend kind of deal but want to broadcast a message before that particular song for the audience that may not be able to handle that.

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    Default Re: Broadcasted disclaimer?

    I have lots of songs with flashing lights. No disclaimer.


    2018 - Moving and going to visit my Daughter in New Zealand. Most likely I will be dark or nearly dark, Some static stuff that is simple to put up.

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    Default Re: Broadcasted disclaimer?

    While it's nice to consider others, I would think that anyone - who has an issue with flashing lights - would already be aware of the potential issues whenever they go to watch some flashing lights... If someone with peanut allergies goes to a peanut farm, should the peanut butter samples include a disclaimer or warning?

    But that's just my philosophy. If you want to broadcast a warning message, then I think should broadcast that message. If nothing else, it tells your viewers that are are concerned for their welfare. How could that ever be bad or wrong?

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    Default Re: Broadcasted disclaimer?

    I agree that it is really good to consider this. I also thought that it would be obvious that the show has flashing, blinking, strobing lights. Then again, I also thought that when ordering coffee from a McDonald's drive through, one would know the coffee was going to be hot.
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