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by Steve Rotz While at NAB today, we were able to sit it on the "Anytime, Anywhere, Any Device: Advanced Mobile Development" session. Learn what the mobile development pros attending NAB had to say about the advancement of mobile while in Las Vegas.
Self-proclaimed “Satellite Guy” Rob McWilliams of McWilliams Productions shares tales from producing multiple live shows at CES, including how he was able to live stream through a massive blackout!
The digital landscape has changed a lot in the past decade. People have switched from desktop and laptop to mobile phones and tablets. There are no boundaries when it comes to digital technology. People have plenty of tools to interact with each other.
Online marketing is an ever-changing landscape, and this is particularly true with regards to the world of viral videos. Whilst once an area dominated by CGI frogs and dancing cats, companies are more and more frequently adopting this social phenomenon as a platform for their brand. Video campaigns by Coca-Cola, Samsung and T-Mobile have proved massively popular and led the way in showing what a powerful segment of online marketing videos can be.Where many brands get caught out, however, is turning their video from one of the hundreds uploaded to YouTube every minute to an internet hit. …The focus of this article therefore is to offer some tips on how you can turn your content into an internet hit. Whilst there is never a guarantee that a video will go viral, there are several tips and tricks you can employ to ensure your video is seen by the people you want and maximize your internet presence.
With so many blogs out there, we found five top blogs any video production professional should have bookmarked on their laptop & mobile devices. These blogs can help you increase knowledge in the video production realm whether inside the classroom, live on set or both.
The domination of video has made it an exciting time to have a hand in the production industry. As we head into 2019, emerging technologies are beginning to disrupt the way we create and consume content. New gear, formats, and expectations are setting the stage for mini-revolutions across business and media. We have already begun to see the first signs of where things are headed- some to be expected and others more surprising.
Let’s be real: The days of 30-second ad spot dominance are over. The rise of online video is allowing advertisers and marketers more chances to get creative with their video advertising, and 2017 is only broadening the landscape further for innovative video marketing and advertising strategies.
Regardless of what kind of business you are in, you're missing out on one of the most effective marketing tools if you aren’t already investing in video marketing. Because of the popularity of mobile devices and modern computers, as well as the availability of fast and affordable internet, people are spending more time watching videos online, and this presents businesses with a large audience of prospective customers. As a type of content, videos have lots of inherent advantages over other content formats, and it's a must do for any emerging or established business. Here are 5 reasons why you should be thinking about video marketing today.
When you hear, "corporate video," it doesn't always command your attention. That's why big brands like Shutterstock are changing the traditional approach to corporate video, captivating an audience through powerful storytelling, and connecting consumers with brands. Shutterstock isn't using celebrities or fancy editing either; their stars are a little younger and a lot less experienced. Derick Rhodes, Director, Footage, Shutterstock discusses his team's creative strategy for their Terms of Service spot...and why it's wildly effective.
“If a picture is worth a thousand words, what is a video worth?” This question was posed by Scott MacFarland, a digital marketer and brand strategist, who wrote an article on the topic of online videos for the Huffington Post. There is no denying that online video continues to gain relevance. This rich form of media is more prevalent than ever on users’ newsfeed on Facebook. Major brands continue to invest more money in digital video. Most importantly, the consumption of online video continues to spike.