I've been away skiing for a week, and on Sunday, I drove to my beach house to check on it. On the way, I stopped in a small coastal holiday town called Erowal Bay to attend the Divine Liturgy at a beautiful, large, domed Church. When I entered, there were six other people there, and they were bowing towards the closed Curtain of the Beautiful Gate of the Iconostasis while the Consecration was taking place over the loudspeakers. I waited in the Narthex until the Eucharistic prayer finished, and was surprised to hear a Cantor chant the Theotokion in response, since there was no Cantor present! And when the Priest announced Holy Communion, the Curtain remained closed. What we were actually listening to was a telephone link to a Church in Sydney with two Priests, one of whom comes to Erowal Bay once a month and on major Feasts; and on the days they do not attend, the Liturgy they offer in Sydney is broadcast over the speakers of the Church in Erowal Bay!
I though it was pretty creative!
This is like the internet-liturgies here in the States. Only it's better, because it gets the community members into the same room. Creative way of keeping people connected!