Review your favorite video camera and get a complimentary one year extended subscription to the VideoUniversity Forums, and full authors’ credit, AND a link to your website from VideoUniversity. Camera review articles will be placed in our free online library, so lots of people will see it. We get nearly 2000 visitors a day to our Page Rank 6 site. That means a link from us will make Google rank your site higher ”“and more visible in searches. How cool is that!?
You don’t have to be a great writer, but you do have to know your camera well, and be able to tell us what you like and don’t like about it as well as any workarounds you’ve found that might help others.
We need 400 words minimum and all articles must be finished in 10 days or less from when you get the green light. You can skip the specs and photos; we can get them from the manufacturer. Just write the article like a post to a VU friend who is about to buy the camera and wants your input ”“the good, the not-so-good.
Please inquire first via an email to us, subject: camera review, and tell us what camera you’re interested in reviewing, so we don’t get 18 reviews of the same camera! It probably wouldn’t hurt to tell us if you’ve written for other publications or websites so we can get an idea of your writing style. If your pitch sounds good and isn’t a duplicate, we’ll give you a quick go-ahead.
Get Ready To Produce Video For The NY Times You can produce video for the NY Times. If you can point to a short doc or samples on the web and can pitch an idea, you could produce an OP-Doc for the NY Times. Op-Doc is short for opinionated documentaries. They are typically 5 -10 […]Read More
Full HD 360-Degree Spherical Panoramic Digital Camera Here’s what my friend Tim Doherty shot with his Ricoh Theta S. Use your mouse to click and slide the view. The Ricoh Theta S is available on Amazon. The Theta S will shoot 1080p HD at 30fps for up to 25 minutes per charge. It can also […]Read More
Based on Nielsen’s metered markets, Super Bowl 50 averaged a 49.0 rating, meaning that 49% of U.S. homes with TV sets had the game turned on. That is a remarkable number and no wonder advertisers are willing to spend big bucks for those eyeballs. These are some of the funniest ads to come out of […]Read More
Panasonic’s handheld AJ-PX270 camcorder records 10-bit, 4:2:2 video using a new codec based on its AVC-Ultra recording format. The new camcorder has 1/3-inch 3MOS sensors and a 22x optical zoom lens with separate zoom, focus and iris rings. Video recording is to microP2 cards (list prices: 32GB microP2 card: $250, 64GB microP2 card: $380). The […]Read More