One of the things that video marketers can do to generate content for their channel, or web site, is to interview people in their industry or niche. In this week’s Creator’s Tip, we discuss how to do this effectively.
Jonathan Paula has built up a hugely successful following on YouTube, where his ‘Jogwheel’ Network now has over 1 million subscribers, and over 330 million views. Jonathan discusses how he found success and YouTube, through shows like “Is It A Good Idea to Microwave This?”.
It’s ‘Small Business Week’ so how can SMBs use video as part of their marketing and sales strategies? We talk to Animoto about the impact that a great video can have on a brand, and how 71% of consumers said videos leave them with a positive impression of a company.
iSekC/XpertThief is one of the most successful comedy/gaming personalities on YouTube, with over 1 million subscribers and over 330 million video views combined. Star of the show, Kevin, is our special guest on this week’s “Behind the Reel.”
Vincent Laforet is a Pulitzer Prize winning photo-journalist turned director with a distinguished career behind both the still and motion camera. We jumped at the chance to ask him to choose his top five tips for anyone wanting to grow their expertise in directing motion.
ILikeWeylie is one of the most successful beauty vlogging channels on YouTube, with over 1 million subscribers and nearly 75 million views. Star of the show, Weylie Hoang, is our special guest on this week’s “Behind the Reel.”
In today’s Behind The Reel, a show that takes a look at the real personalities behind online video, we talk to Lucas and Jenny, two young stars who are huge, both on TV and on YouTube. You may know Lucas better as the guy behind ‘Fred’, the first YouTube channel to hit 2 million subscribers.
If you know Vine, then you’ll know Ian Padgham, as his work on the platform is some of the most exciting and innovative around. As well as creating his own brilliantly inventive stop-motion clips, he’s in huge demand from brands such as Sony, Disney and Ford.
Film Riot is a must-see YouTube channel for filmmakers and creators who want to learn the most they can about the art and craft of filmmaking. It’s a how-to crash course in filming and post production and Film Riot founder, Ryan Connolly is our special guest on this week’s “Behind the Reel.”
Video localization is a complex process, but it doesn’t have to make your head spin. Let’s take a closer look at some best practices for voiceovers and subtitles can help you understand which route is best for your video localization projects.