Turbo Charge Your Business with DIY Video

Turbo Charge Your Business with DIY Video

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This course will walk you through every step: from understanding the types of video out there and learning how and why they work, to mastering the technical elements involved in producing a video, and the steps and strategies you should use to get those videos to the largest audience.

Learning Objectives:

1. What makes a good video

2. The various ways you can use video

3. Tone & voice in video

4. Your appearance

5. Type of video

6. Scheduling

7. Perfect lighting, get the best audio, and what you need to know about editing and post-production.

8. Social media platforms

9. Delegating video production
10. Strategies to build honesty, integrity, and transparency as a leader.

Instructors for the course

Kerry Barrett

Kelly spent the two decades in front of the camera as a broadcast news anchor, reporter and producer for a number of reputable outlets, including NBC, ABC and Fox, to name a few. In those roles, she earned several notable accolades, including a first-place award with the Society of Professional Journalists (SPJ), an Emmy Award in Breaking News, an RTNDA Regional Edward R. Murrow Award for Overall Excellence and a Utah Broadcasters Association award. In

early 2019, she decided to take her passion in a new direction. With that she founded Kerry Barrett Consulting, a full-service public speaking and media training boutique. Today, she helps others bring their stories to life with confidence and personality.

Manuela Senatore

Manuela Senatore is the Founder and CEO of Skill a Productions (www.skillaproductions.com) a video production and video marketing agency. Before starting her agency, she had other visual media-related roles, including filmmaker, nonprofit communications pro, and New York City correspondent/photographer for an international lifestyle magazine. She is currently a member of New York Women in Film and Television (NYWIFT) and the Video Consortium.