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Walt Jones, of Rhythm & Hues knows all about creating content and selling it. Founded in 1987, Rhythm & Hues houses some of the world’s top creative talents and best technologies, delivering outstanding, award-winning visual effects and animation. Credits include: Life of Pi, Hunger Games: Catching Fire, Django Unchained and many more feature films. Whether it’s a script, image or video- if you want to make money, find the defined market for it.
This year’s After Effects Conference is quickly approaching, so we caught up with the producers of the event, FMC, to learn why this year’s learning jam session is one not to be missed.
Here are a few reasons you should attend PMC 2015! (Taking place September 9th in L.A.!)
Although Content Marketing World just drew to a close this past weekend, there was no shortage of knowledge from 225 speakers including directors and marketing leaders that gathered for sessions at the two-day conference in Cleveland, Ohio. Attendees walked away with a great deal of fresh strategies to start implementing at their own companies.
A prospect you’ve been trying to reach for weeks ends up in line ahead of you at the coffee shop. When you introduce yourself, your handshake better be firm, not clammy; your delivery better be confident, not desperate; and your pitch better compel her to ask for your business card. Whatever solution you offer, you’re more likely to end up selling its value on the fly than in a conference room full of decision makers.
When planning a conference, meeting or some other lively occasion, most venues will offer a number of extra services that promise a bigger, better and bolder event. These added amenities can be quite tempting—you won’t have to find a caterer, bring your own alcohol or hire an outside AV provider. But to ensure you’re getting the best of culinary delights, top-shelf liquor or the professional AV equipment and support that will take your event to the next level, it pays to do a little research.
The 2013 NATPE Market & Conference in Miami is the only American program market serving the worldwide television community, and is known throughout the world as a key media event to attend. In addition to double-digit overall gains in attendance this year, NATPE welcomed 1,000+ domestic and international buyers to the milestone 50th Anniversary too, making it the highest number in more than five years, according to NATPE President and CEO Rod Perth.Starting with a classy opening night reception poolside at the Eden Roc Hotel, it was great bumping into familiar ProHUBBer Chad Crawford from Crawford Group. Not only did we bump into a few ProHUBBers while at NATPE, but learned plenty from some of the industry’s heavy hitters, famous faces and top notch execs.
Producing corporate videos is a means of driving revenue and telling stories that is still the backbone of many businesses worldwide. There is often the need to show new employees what they will be doing on the job, produce company profiles that have a mission statement and proposition or create a slick one-off video to highlight a new product or service. Broadcast and online commercials are two of the ways in which corporations convey their image to potential customers, and let them know about their services. Event documentation videos can give the viewer an exciting first-person view of a large trade show, or other informational conference. These are just a few of the ways in which companies can reach out to the world, but when you are creating content like this, there are plenty of mistakes you can make along the way.
by featured blog contributor, Jeremy PinckertYou’ve collaborated on the storyboards, you've charmed on the conference call, you've nailed the pitch, and now you've won the job! It's Monday morning, and for once you're actually looking forward to making the harrowing commute...Starbucks is pulsing through your veins and you're ready - no you're stoked - to embark on that big-brand TV shoot. And then your phone interrupts your pump-up music on the BPM channel. Your apologetic producer is on the line and gently breaks the news: you don't have the money in the budget for that gorgeous steadicam shot you built into the boards. The steadicam shot that left you so inspired to direct this project in the first place. The buttery smooth eye-pleasing delicacy you were going to build your reel around. Options quickly flood into your brain: You could cash in the 401k, or even worse, call in favors from those famously curmudgeonly, hard-working steadicam operators just to get a shot like the famously long, intricate, and beautiful steadicam shot in Martin Scorcese's "Hugo" below:
If you are organizing a corporate event, you likely have dozens of questions on your mind. Typically, the first thing you will need to find is a venue or location that suits everyone. Some common questions include: whether it should be close to the company’s office for convenience or further away to feel more like a retreat; will you have entertainment or a prominent keynote speaker, and how will the venue accommodate your program? To help you work your way through these critical questions, we have compiled some factors to consider when looking for that perfect venue for your corporate event.