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Today on Video Marketing Madness Cutting Edge Video Marketing Takeaways from VidSummit 2015. Learn about Periscope, Meerkat Streams and Amazon Video (wants to compete with YouTube).
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NANCY BEIMAN was a member of the first graduating Character Animation class at the California Institute of the Arts in 1979. Since then she has worked as an animator, director, character designer, storyboard artist, illustrator, and producer in feature films, television, commercials, and game animation. She has worked for the Walt Disney, Warner Brothers, Gerhard Hahn, Amblimation, and Greg Ford studios and cofounded Caged Beagle productions with partner Dean Yeagle. She is the author of two books: PREPARE TO BOARD! Creating Story and Characters for Animated Features and Shorts (Elsevier, 2012) and ANIMATED PERFORMANCE: bringing imaginary animal, human and fantasy characters to life. (Bloomsbury Press, 2015). She has taught animation masterclasses in Colorado, Singapore, and Taiwan. Nancy teaches second year Storyboard classes and mentors senior student projects in the BA Animation Program at Sheridan College, Oakville, Canada. A few of her students will also we part of the discussion. We be be discuusing all aspects of animation including the best ways to break into the animation world. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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JOIN THE SEXY WITCHES for ANIMATION AUGUST Part Two. Our LA CORRESPONDENT AARON COGAN ReCaps the 2015 D23 Expo and then talk ARCHER and RICK & MORTY panels from SDCC 2015!!
THEN we continue the discussion of ADULT ANIMATION as we ENTER THE DANGER ZONE to talk about why we love ARCHER, and voice H. Jon Benjamin. Call in and let your voice be heard!!
ONCE AGAIN join us TUESDAY AUGUST 18TH @ 9 PM EDT! CALL: (646) 716-9172
Assuming you already have the right equipment to shoot your video, where do you begin?
Pre-production is of utmost important in planning out a video that looks professional. How do you create a script with a purpose? What feeling to you want to evoke? Who is your intended viewer? Can you demonstrate what the viewer benefit/success will look like? How will you distribute your video? And, what kind of metrics are you using to measure the impact of the video and optimize results as needed?
Join Rick, Steve and Bill as they discuss by preparing well in advance of the camera’s rolling, you can improve the outcome of the message to your target audience and increase the conversion rate towards your desired goal.
Rick Moscoso – R2VisualStudios.com
Steve Smith – GrowthSourceCoaching.com
Bill Bernard – WFBLegalConsulting.com
I'm really honored to welcome my guests Jon Harrison and Chris Kohler to the show this week.
I met Jon at Podcast Movement 2015. His field of expertise is easy to appreciate for game lovers. His book and his talks are focused on how the things that you learned while playing video games is the same stuff that you need to know to succeed in life and in business. You can find his podcast called Classically Trained at www.classicallytrained.net and you can check out his book Mastering the Game at www.allegamy.com.
I’ve never met Chris in person but I feel like I know him very well. He’s one of the gang over at www.goodjobbrain.com. This is one of my favorite podcasts and was actually the show that inspired me to start Trivial Warfare. He’s also part of the crew over at www.wired.com and is the host of their Game|Life Podcast which you can find here http://www.wired.com/tag/gamelife-audio/. You can find his book Power Up here - http://goo.gl/mueVb0.
The two of them have forgotten more video game trivia than I’ve ever known. When I saw the opportunity to have them go head to head in a Trivial Warfare Video Game showdown episode I jumped at the opportunity. Both guys were class acts and did a great job. I hope you enjoy it as much as I do.
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A Videocast where we talk about all topics including costume making, prop building, gaming, anime, movies, music, ALL WHILE IN COSPLAY COSTUMES!
Tonight's Topics: Video Games & Video Game Cosplaying
LIVE VideoCast every Sunday at 9pm EST at www.videocast.Proptroopers.com
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On today’s show we will discuss how to you can use all of the new video apps to build your customer list and sell more of your art. Join Leslie Saeta and September co-host Kelley Sanford as they discuss how to use video and your social media to grow your art business.
Ben Ruedlinger is the Vice President of Operations at Wistia. Wistia is the leader in professional video hosting with
analytics and video marketing tools for businesses. In our interview with Ben, we discuss the impact of video content on marketing efforts, how to produce great video content, and discuss advancements in video technology. Primary to our discussion is the integration of marketing automation into the Wistia platform - providing the opportunity for marketers to score leads or trigger actions based on video behavior.
Tony was accepted into the exclusive, Disney sponsored art college, California Institute of the Arts (Cal-Arts) in 1987. During his 12-year career with Disney Studios, Tony created and animated many of the studio’s most famous characters, and was rewarded for his excellence by becoming one of Disney’s youngest animated feature film directors. His contributions to the Disney character hall of fame include: Pumbaa, the lovable warthog in The Lion King; Kronk in The Emperor’s New Groove; Cogsworth the clock from Beauty and the Beast; and ?Iago in Aladdin.He co-directed Walt Disney’s feature film Mulan for which he received the Annie award for Director of the Year from ASIFA-International; and animation director of Sony’s Stuart Little 2, for which he received the Visual Effects Society’s top award for character animation. Currently, Tony is directing a CG animated features called Animal Crackers with an international release of early 2017. Also, he has taken his 27 years of animation experience and composited it into a book called “Directing for Animation” which released world-wide through Focal Press. You can email your questions to firstname.lastname@example.org or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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Steve Hickner has spent over thirty-five years working at some of the most fabled studios in animation; including: DreamWorks, Disney, Amblimation, Aardman, Hanna-Barbera and Filmation. He has worked on both the production and artistic sides of the process, serving as Producer on such films as: American Tail II: Fievel Goes West, We’re Back! A Dinosaur’s Story, and Balto. His director credits include Bee Movie and The Prince of Egypt. In addition, he has contributed to such feature films as Who Framed Roger Rabbit?, The Little Mermaid, The Great Mouse Detective, Madagascar, Shrek Forever After, Peabody and Sherman and Home. His television credits include such favorites as He-Man and the Masters of the Universe and Fat Albert and the Cosby Kids. Most recently, he has contributed to location-based entertainment projects in Singapore, Dubai, China, and London. For Christmas 2014, he was one of the creative leads on DreamPlace; which was placed in shopping malls across the U.S. He has been a guest speaker at many colleges and universities, film festivals and animation He is the author of Animating Your Career, and Animation Rules! The three subjects we will discuss in depth as follows 1) Breaking into the animation field, and what you can do to grow your career. 2) How the animation field has changed since I entered it thirty-five years ago, and how it is changing now. What are the influential animation films and TV shows now. 3) The future of the animation business. You can email your questions to email@example.com or follow us on Twitter @123Film
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