What is MediaShout?
MediaShout 7 is more than just the latest version of our premier church presentation software. Its so much more. We invested substantially in rebuilding MediaShout 7 from the ground up to create the most stable and flexible church presentation software available. With MediaShout, anyone can learn to create and run presentations for worship. MediaShout can facilitate the visual elements of every part of your worship service.
Who Uses MediaShout?
Small to medium size churches and ministries.
Where can MediaShout be deployed?
Cloud, SaaS, Web-based, Mac (Desktop), Windows (Desktop), Windows (On-Premise), Linux (On-Premise), Android (Mobile), iPhone (Mobile), iPad (Mobile)
About the vendor
- Founded in 1999
- Phone Support
- Yes, has free trial
- No free version
MediaShout does not have a free version but does offer a free trial. MediaShout paid version starts at US$399.00/one-time.
About the vendor
- Founded in 1999
- Phone Support
MediaShout videos and images
Compare MediaShout pricing with similar products
Features of MediaShout
- Audio File Management
- Collaboration Tools
- Content Library
- Customisable Templates
- Drag & Drop
- Event Management
- For Religious Organizations
- Layout & Design
- Media Library
- Offline Presenting
- Presentation Streaming
- Scripture Database
- Template Management
- Text Editing
- Video Support
- Volunteer Management
Alternatives to MediaShout
Reviews of MediaShout
Excellent Product and Great Value for Money!
Comments: Stability and mobility. I'm a life customer with MediaShout and would not hesitate to recommend it to other people.
You can do most things under the one computer. No multiple machines or feeds required. This is very useful for a mobile church setup. It also comes with multiple features that you often have to pay extra for with other products such as loads of Bible versions, Songs and Hymnals. MediaShout also has first grade tech support that quickly respond to issues encountered. MediaShout has been faithfully serving our church and multiple ministries for over 15 years. Our church was one of the first users of this product in Australia.
Text editing is probably the weakest point, which we sometimes have to rely on PPT instead for better formatting, but MediaShout is overall a very strong and all rounded product.
MediaShout software is perfect for our church
MediaShout feels like a really close knit community, where users support each other well, but also MediaShout 'the company', support their users well.
I love the software, and what we can achieve with it, in serving our church locally.
MediaShout is fully featured yet easy to use. It's easy to train on. Their support is second to none, and they really care about how the software works for you in your situation. They are passionate about making their software easy for us as users, to seamlessly support the process of worship and sharing the gospel.
I have no negatives about using and owning MediaShout.
Media Shout 7
Has been very good over the years until now. Very disappointed that they failed to carry over key working features of MS 6 to their new product MS 7.
And disappointing that they will not refund the upgrade purchase cost for an admitted deficient product. IOW, you have to purchase this new product to see what is in it, but with a no return policy if it will not meet your needs.
= a poor business practice that will discourage long term customer base.
With Media Shout 7, they've made text entry cues very easy.
Having used MS 5 & MS 6, (a long time customer) our upgrade to MS 7 is disappointing, and MS 7 is unworkable for us for the following reasons. 1) The fire and other control button are now too small , and can hardly locate for those with older eyes. 2) The display window on right column will not adjust to a larger size and is too small so see clearly what is displayed. 3) The editor box although very large, is fixed and unable to resize like MS 6 does, not does it mirror the main display (even in presenter mode, it does not mirror the display screen. ) 4) They removed the insert Comments feature. Now you can only comment within a cue box . I spoke with Customer service on 4-25-22. They are always polite, but acknowledge MS 7 's stated shortcomings, and said upgrade sales are final. - no refund. So we will continue to use MS 6 until they either restore those lost features to MS 7, or when MS 6 finally crashes, purchase another vendor's product. Note: I don't like to complain, but if you are looking to upgrade from MS 6 to MS 7, buyer beware. Sales staff are aware of these changes issues between MS 6 & MS 7, and frankly should have given a disclaimer, but did not....again, disappointing. We are content with MS 6, except for the hoops involved to insert a text cue. Jim
Great presentation formate
Comments: Are use it in two separate ministries elementary and junior high and off-campus events like camps and retreats
It is very easy to use I do elementary kids ministry and my kids are able to maneuver around mediashout and use it during our celebration services
There are several updates a year called builds That must be manually updated. I did have a glitch in my program that stumped the media shout team and was in unable to be fixed at this time
3 years ago
Hey Keith! Thanks for the positive review and insight! You're right those builds are updates for the program where we release improvements, new features, etc. Users can run on the one they have if they want but we do always encourage you to move up to the newer builds when it's convenient, to take advantage of all the improvements. Now that MediaShout 7 is out, the updates will be few for MediaShout 6- only on an as needed basis. But we will continue rolling out new features for Version 7. One cool difference though is with the new MediaShout 7, we are going to be able to simply release new PLUGINS instead of updates to the entire program, once the framework is satisfactory. That way users won't have to update the whole thing, but just install new plugins that are of interest to them! Regarding the glitch or issue- I'm looking all over but can't find any details. If you have the time, feel free to check in with our team to see if maybe we have an answer for you at this point. Thanks!
Have used for over ten years
Easy and intuitive once you are up and running. Many times I've been w/o a tech and had to grab a random person from the congregation to advance the screens while I was directing. Literally tell them "Just hit the space bar ". Have recruited several tech subs that went on to being proficient once they tried it!
The down time needed to learn each new full version (not the updates).