December 29, 2010 | Uncategorized

10 New Year’s Resolutions for Video Producers

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4 thoughts on “10 New Year’s Resolutions for Video Producers

  1. Jamie Podworski

    I love number 6 Hal. I know this is something Matt Davis always talks about and I know others in the industry have done. There is an event in June I’ve wanted to document for some time. I hope I do not have a wedding on that date this year…

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  2. Hal Post author

    Producing a free video for a non-profit is a great thing to do that will benefit everyone. Make sure your video is a good one.

    Bob Anderson applies the same principle to covering public events. Just by being so visible with his camera and gear, people ask him about video. But as I said in the article, the best reason to do a free video is to help a worthy non-profit.

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  3. Kevin

    Looking at my own business plus others I know personally, seems like a high priority should be to improve delivery times. Also make better use of Internet delivery technology and trend toward mobile (smartphone) viewing of content.

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