So until such a time as it becomes live, let me say this about that: one point which our new-found friend Dr. Carl Trueman made (I think: away from that panel, but during Q&A at his breakout session on the Reformation) was this, which is great food for thought.
In the realm of celebrity pastors, there is a phenomenon known as "multi-site". That is: the preaching of the One Guy is beamed in from some Other Place, and the multiple sites are blessed with his gift of, well, ... if I say "speaking for God" at this point, it will sound abusive, so I'll say instead, his gift of speech.
Dr. Trueman's point was this: why is it that we commonly pipe in the preaching, but not the music? That is: why is live music more important than a live preacher? Does that say something about what we really think is the most important part of the common worship by God's people?
Discuss, and we'll have something more meaty next week.