Saw this on the Newtek site and thought I’d pass it on word for word. High school students have only known an Internet-connected, online world. While students’ personal lives are usually connected with friends and family online, schools are just beginning to realize the benefits of sharing major events with broader audiences through cost-effective live Webcasting. Web distribution of major events allows schools to tap into a larger audience and provide access to school events to people regardless of location. In the world of high school sports, family, friends and former players have had limited options. If they were in town, they could attend the game. If not, they had […]
February 13th, 2013 By Valentin Ewan Jean-Michel Basquiat may have died young but his artwork lives, vibrant and celebrated still. The Jean-Michel Basquiat exhibition, which features some of the prolific artist’s most well known pieces, opened to great fanfare last week at Gagosian gallery in Chelsea, drawing massive and diverse crowds. With the opening of the exhibition at 6:00 PM the gallery quickly became packed, and only thirty minutes later there formed a line of hopeful entrants that stretched down the entire block. The vast number of people drawn to the show or those unwilling to wait filled other nearby galleries and turned what had been just an empty street […]
By Valentin Ewan Warning: This video is real. It is an actual attempt at killing a politician. The would be murderer was unaware or didn’t care that the event was being WebCast. This chilling scene was broadcast live! WebCasting takes on added importance when it captures live, unscripted events and brings them to people immediately and intimately. The video here is from a live televised broadcast that could have possibly shown viewers the death of Bulgarian politician, Ahmed Dogan, at the hands of an assassin. Luckily for Dogan, the gun did not fire and the assailant was promptly jumped by security and kicked bloody by other Bulgarian politicians. As morbid […]
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Maria Lopez (Mlo to my fans) Dateline: Hollywood We were hired to shoot and live Webcast an interesting event in Hollywood (Along with our West Coast American Movie Company team). The gig was a post ComicCon Convention of Supergirl Fans. The idea was to exchange views, opinions, and fanatically held almost religious beliefs regard the perfect actress to embody the “ girl of steel” Spoiler alert Megan Fox is Supergirl according to the drooling fans We gathered our Sony EX3 ENG cameras, TriCaster 855, MultiCorder and VazztSystem and headed to Sunset Strip for the big event. The all male, all geek, team had many suggestions form Anne Hathaway the current […]
The following is a “mashup” from talented photographers and writes who actually attended the event and reported the copy below. We bring this to you a summery of the vent When celebrities and America’s best athletes came together, it must be the ESPY Awards. The 2012 ESPYs kicked off on July 11, 2012 with a star-studded guest list that ranged from Jessica Biel to Tim Tebow to Zooey Deschanel. Check out what the celebs and pro athletes were sporting on the red carpet … Rob Riggle speaks onstage during the 2012 ESPY Awards at Nokia Theatre L.A. Live on July 11, 2012, in Los Angeles.(CBS News) Comedian Rob Riggle took […]
All of the country, green screen studios have increased in popularity in video productions. A lot of things you seen on TV or in movies was filmed using a green screen. Many people have no idea what a green screen is or what it can do despite the fact that they are used all the time. By using a green screen, you can make videos that are more exciting than ever before. Don’t start in video production until you know about perhaps its greatest and most creative asset: green screens.
Video production has become one of the most important components of any marketing campaign. In order to reach a larger amount of people, marketing firms are finding that it is absolutely essential that they branch out into the virtual realm. There is, however, a method to their madness; these time-tested strategies used in video production will insure the success of your projects and the marketability of your product.