The strategy and concept behind an event centerpiece video created for the Center for Juvenile Justice Reform to engage stakeholders and practitioners at an online (virtual) conference.
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Whether you’re organizing intimate donor meetings, educational conferences, or large political action events, this article will guide you through some of the key strategies for reimagining your online event by leveraging powerful video content.
Everybody knows that most videos are edited—the filmmaker or editor takes the best parts of an interview and creates a succinct and (hopefully) compelling narrative.
I recently got an email from a friend who was looking for some advice on a video project her organization needs for their anniversary gala
Today, video is by far the most sought-after way to communicate online. It makes up 70–80 percent of all consumer traffic. And while there is
Editing The New York Times Planet Fat project When we started talking to the New York Times enterprise video team about editing a project they