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How to Pull Compelling Interviews for your Video Masterpieces
As a Producer for more than 30 years, I've interviewed many people, from celebrities (Charlize Theron and the Cast of the Forbidden Planet) to astronauts (Sally Ride); from Little League Baseball Coaches (world-champion Chula Vista coaches) to college Presidents (Dr. Stephen Weber, SDSU); from athletes (John Tomac and Julie Foudy) to movie directors (Sam Raimi); from scientists (J. Craig Venter) to Presidential hopefuls (Hillary Clinton).
Published on Wednesday, December 2, 2015 11:00 AM
The Definitive Guide to Corporate Video Interviews
Video Interviews are the backbone of any corporate video. Don’t get me wrong; animations, special effects, and graphics can be great, but without rock solid interviews to drive your content, they will almost always come up short. Whether you’re looking to make a testimonial, recruitment or company culture video, few things predict the success of a project more than professionally produced, highly focused and well-executed interviews.
Published on Monday, July 15, 2019 10:00 AM
How to Capture Great Interviews
Learn quick tips on how to prep, conduct and capture your next great interview.
Published on Monday, April 20, 2015 8:58 AM
10 Tips to Getting Great Corporate Video Interviews
Over the years our seasoned directors, producers and videographers have directed hundreds of interviews with top corporate leadership in Miami and South Florida. But a recent trend is for internal communications departments to take on a larger role in corporate video productions by producing their own video content.
Published on Wednesday, April 12, 2017 6:17 PM
9 Ways to Ace the Video Interview
Bursting onto the business scene a few years ago, video interviews have proven to be an extremely effective way of vetting candidates early on in the hiring process and, therefore, are here to stay.
Published on Thursday, March 3, 2016 10:45 AM
Call for News & Guest Bloggers
The PROspective is currently seeking individuals interested in writing equipment reviews, industry tips & tricks, interviews and featured articles. We are particularly interested in topics like production equipment, digital media, film/motion picture, editing software and video production. Also, do you have a niche specialty or expertise in a certain type of client? Pitch us your exclusive column for consideration! If you are interested in writing for The PROspective, please contact Jessica at blog@productionhub.com
Published on Wednesday, November 26, 2014 1:51 PM
Landing Your Next Job: Avoid These 6 Video Production Resume Mistakes
It’s hard enough to find a great job in video production, even with the best resume. Up to 90% of all US employers, including all the major motion picture and TV studios, use a computerized ATS (applicant tracking system) to screen resumes. An employer may use this technology to select the 50 best resumes from a field of 1,000. Hiring executives then spend as little as 6 to 10 seconds scanning each resume to select the best five candidates. Those individuals are contacted for phone interviews and eventually for face-to-face interviews.
Published on Thursday, May 12, 2016 11:30 AM
9 Pieces of Advice Every Video Grad Needs
Before the ink is dry on your yearbook, you may already be armed with interviews and 'setiquette' tips from your mentors. Here's 9 ways to jump start your career after you graduate.
Published on Monday, May 11, 2015 11:17 AM
The Art (And Science) of the Interview
Sooner or later, every commercial filmmaker comes across a project that, for one reason or another, requires him or her to conduct an interview. Whether it’s a brand film, documentary, or testimonial, interviews with ‘real people’ (non-actors) bring a unique set of challenges. Most producers know this, and they also know that they ought to prepare for this kind of interview-but how?
Published on Monday, November 28, 2016 1:53 PM
4 Ways to Wrangle Your Footage on Location
Your crew is lined up, interviews are booked and you’ve chosen your seat on the plane. There’s one other important thing that has to be planned before your shoot: how are you going to get that footage out of the camera?
Published on Friday, December 16, 2016 3:29 PM
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