There's no question about it, video is the most powerful communications tool.
Why do you think that this site is so popular :).
From teaching, to promoting, to informing and entertaining, it can play a huge role in your business and brand's success.
You may want to hire a production company, or a producer, or you may want to start producing videos yourself.
With smartphones, and pocket cameras, it probably seems easy. Point and shoot.
However, there is a right and wrong way to produce a video, especially if it is for a client and needs a special touch. You should have a solid team, a plan, and know how to execute.
This beginners course will teach you the three steps that are part of every successful video production: the plan, the production, and the edit.
You'll learn what goes into a well thought out plan, and how to execute it from idea to final draft.
As a bonus, a script template is included for free download.
IF YOU SUBSCRIBE TO THIS COURSE, AND WANT TO LEARN HOW TO CREATE VIDEOS WITH NO EXPERIENCE, TUTORIALS, OR COURSES FOR UDEMY THEN WATCH MY NEW COURSE.
Amani Channel, MA is a video specialist in traditional and digital media. During his career he's worked as a news reporter, content/community manager, media consultant, and he's an award-winning video producer. He currently serves as a Sr. Producer at KEF Media, a company that specializes in broadcast PR. He is also a professional adjunct professor at the University of West Georgia.
During his broadcasting career, Channel's content, commentaries, and reports have been featured on NPR, APTN (Associated Press Television News), CNN, Headline News, Fox News Channel, BET, Black Family Channel, HDNews, and across the Web.
Channel started vlogging in 2006 before it was cool, and he also is the co-founder of WebVideoChefs.com, a video production tutorial community.
Channel often speaks at conferences, workshops, and universities across the country about traditional and new media. He's taught video production at Hillsborough Community College, and the Connecticut School of Broadcasting in Tampa, FL.
In 2010, he received a Master of Arts from the University of South Florida.