Teleprompters in the Rain

Teleprompters and laptops in the rain. Expensive electronics and water. What could be better? Still, when I’m asked to come up with a solution, I’m happy for the challenge. I’d like to share some solutions and best practices for teleprompting in the rain or other wet conditions, like boats.

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