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09
Mar

Companies-Don’t Sell Yourself Short

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Video is an attainable tool for most companies today. The era of the $300,000 corporate video has sailed off into the sunset! More and more large, medium and small businesses see the value in internal corporate, sales and product videos and are stepping into the game.

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07
Mar

5 Useful Tips during On Camera Appearances for Corporate CEO’s, VPs and Entrepreneurs

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By Michelle De Long

Now that youtube and online video is no longer considered a “fad” but a full fledged marketing medium, more and more corporations and entrepreneurs are using face time as a way to market their goods and services. But take a look around the Internet and you will see a vast range of quality in marketing videos-and those that are well produced and marketed correctly, get more views.

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23
Feb

Pure Stock TV Series Distributed on Hulu

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-Mimi Productions in Partnership with Nexvision has secured distribution of Pure Stock a docu-soap series about amateur stock car racing. Pure Stock was filmed over two seasons, the first at Grundy County Speedway, in Morris, IL. There are 8 episodes on Season 1 currently released. To watch Pure Stock go to www.hulu.com/pure-stock.

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02
Feb

Sometimes you are the Star and Sometimes you Sweep the Floor

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By Michelle De Long

I just accepted a two day gig, where the coordinator, who is a few years younger than me asked "Why are you doing this?" I said, well I don't have the experience in this area of the business so unless I take this gig, how am I going to learn how it works?

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07
Nov

6 Tips to Survive being a Freelancer in the Film/TV/Video Business

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By Michelle De Long
1. Get the Word Out
Once you decide or the industry decides for you, that you are going to work as a freelancer, you have to become visible. Calling every TV station or production company in town and asking if there is work available will get you absolutely no where, except to annoy the person answering the phone. And resumes in the mail? They end up in the trash.

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