Luke Smith is a writer and researcher turned blogger. He enjoys writing on a variety of topics but business, technology, and digital marketing topics are his favorite. When he isn't writing you can find him traveling, hiking, or getting into the latest tech.
If you want to work in video production, you may be in luck. Film and video editors and camera operator positions alone are expected to grow by 12% come 2031. There are many other roles in video production you can take, such as producer, multi-media artist, animator, or casting assistant.
There are endless ways that aspiring writers and film directors can get noticed. Among them is producing a high-quality short film and then getting it in front of an audience to garner attention. Though fun and rewarding, creating the short film itself is challenging, but getting it out there and seen by someone who can make a difference in your career is another struggle altogether. Still, while it’s not easy, other aspiring filmmakers have started their careers with short films, and you can too.
It used to be that people consumed primarily written content whether newspapers, magazines, blog posts, or online publications.
The metaverse has been gradually growing in popularity over the last few years. Yet, many video marketing businesses have been slow to get on board with it. This is understandable, to an extent. After all, it involves technology and techniques that are different to those of more common video marketing projects.
The entertainment industry is a fast-paced, high-octane industry. One moment you can be writing storyboards and scripts, the next you are handling actors’ requests and dealing with PR people.