A few students asked which social media platforms they should using. While there is no golden rule, here are a few that are worth checking out.
Here’s a helpful article on how to manage your social media presence when it comes to marketing. It focuses on the “the big four social media platforms.” http://www.inc.com/magazine/201311/gary-vaynerchuk/how-to-master-the-four-major-social-media-platforms.html
The New Haven Independent, which launched eight years ago amid the first wave of online-only community news sites, may soon expand into radio.
I’ve gotten to the point where I’d like to step up the production quality a bit (perhaps actually using a mic!). Plus, there are some videos that are just easier to shoot with a person behind the camera.
I currently try to share at least one video a week (the videos range from 1-3 minutes) on my YouTube channel. You can see the videos here –http://www.youtube.com/fitweekvlog
. These also get shared through my facebook page and enewsletter.
I’d like to work with someone who could put a couple hours aside and we could shoot 3-4 videos in one day so I could get the whole month done in one shot (so to speak). I pre-write the brief scripts where possible, so the shoots themselves don’t take that long. (For ex, the fall foliage video took me about 45-min to an hour to shoot and that was with me placing the camera and reviewing the footage on the spot.)
I have a few ideas for on site interviews that I’d like to do which would be great to have a camera person for and to actually have someone who could help assist with lighting and editing. Right now I do all the editing, as well.