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Television, film, and online video writing and production

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Podcasting On Demand 
Posted Oct 14, 2015
  Skills in 60: Real Time Engagement and News Jacking 
Posted Oct 14, 2015
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Marketing, Social Media, TV, Film & Video, Podcasting, Demand, On
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Advertising, Social Media, TV, Film & Video, Time, Real, News, Engagement, Hacking, Skills, 60
Common Copyright Mistakes (6 minutes)
Posted Apr 28, 2011
  Using YouTube Effectively (16 minutes)
Posted Nov 4, 2010
Here are the most common ways in which digital content creators unknowingly put themselves at risk of a lawsuit, and our tips on how to stay out of trouble.  more details

Marketing, TV, Film & Video, Mark S. Luckie, 10, 000 Words, Copyright, Fair Use, Copyright Law, Creative Commons, Righthaven, Public Domain
  Learn how to improve your skills with online video and get your work noticed  more details

Youtube, Social Media, Online Video, Keywords
Crush It! Why Now is the Time to Cash In On Your Passion (58 minutes)
Posted Oct 29, 2010
  Carley Roney of at Career Circus 2010 (45 minutes)
Posted Aug 13, 2010
Do you need a splash of cold water in the face? Gary Vaynerchuk of Wine Library TV will provide all the inspiration you need to get your new career or project going.  more details

Marketing, TV, Film & Video, New Media, Blogging, Online Video, Recorded Event, Entrepreneurship
  In her talk, Lessons from a 21st Century Media Entrepreneur: Everything I Need to Know I Learned in Film School, Carley shares her secrets to career success.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Film, Entrepreneurship, Career Circus 2010
How to Write a Web Video Script (15 minutes)
Posted Aug 9, 2010
  Streaming Media: Is There Value In Mobile Video? (40 minutes)
Posted Jul 29, 2010
Video is the hottest thing on the web right now, and you can pick up great jobs writing scripts. We'll show you how.  more details

Freelancing, Web Video, Scriptwriting
  This panel, packed with mobile-savvy TV and media executives, will focus on practical issues: what consumers want, what hasn't worked, and what needs to change  more details

Tv, Video, Mobile, Hulu, Iphone, Thinkmobile 2010
Using PR and Video to Amplify the Message (49 minutes)
Posted Jun 25, 2010
  The Next Age of Broadcasting with Bravo's Lisa Hsia (36 minutes)
Posted Jun 22, 2010
In this recorded webcast, you'll learn how to develop online videos that will best engage your audience and get your brand's message heard.  more details

Public Relations, Beet.Tv, Mobile, Webcast, Online Video
  Lisa Hsia joins Mediabistro Circus 2010 to talk about expanding the Bravo network's media presence across platforms, the changing broadcast and cable industries, and how the network will continue to develop as content and audiences continue to move online.  more details

Bravo, Broadcast, Digital Media, Mediabistro Circus 2010, Next-Generation Journalist
How to Make Your Video Comedy Sketches More Like the Movies (10 minutes)
Posted May 3, 2010
  The Evolution of Social Media with Brian Cogan (19:01)
Posted Feb 16, 2010
Some professional silver-screen techniques will make your video comedy sketches more cinematic and more fun to watch.  more details

Television, Youtube, Screenwriting, Online Video, Comedy Writing, Sketch Comedy
  Professor Brian Cogan provides a historical perspective on the current fervor about social media, and gives insight into how we choose our own filters through which to view the world.  more details

Music, Television, Facebook, Social Media, Media Ecology, Popular Culture
Understanding Media Ecology with Brian Cogan (15 minutes)
Posted Feb 8, 2010
  The New Fundamentals of Journalism with Katty Kay, author of Womenomics (11 minutes)
Posted Jan 15, 2010
What do media pros need to understand about the history of pop culture? How is the media becoming more punk rock every day? Enjoy this funny, thought-provoking chat with Dr. Brian Cogan.  more details

Music, Television, Media Ecology, Popular Culture
  What's it like to be a first-time author right now? Does the picture change when you're an established journalist? Our chat with Katty Kay gives a picture of the changes in journalism, and insight into the publishing process.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Writing & Publishing, Direct Access, Ebook Summit, Next-Generation Journalist
Katty Kay: A Journalist and Author Speaks About eBooks (25:19)
Posted Dec 22, 2009
  Branded Entertainment: Can It Work Online? (53 minutes)
Posted Dec 10, 2009
In this conversation with Manoush Zomorodi at Mediabistro's eBook Summit, Katty Kay talks about being a journalist and first-time author in the current publishing climate. Along the way, you'll learn about women in the workplace, branding yourself, monetizing your work as a writer, and much more.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, TV, Film & Video, New Media, Recorded Event, Ebook Summit, Electronic Publishing, Next-Generation Journalist
  How can audiences collaborate to create custom entertainment experiences? The experts at Ag8 share some of the coolest multi-platform content experiences around.  more details

TV, Film & Video, New Media, Social Media, User-Generated Content, Ugcx
Online Video Success with's Eric Mortensen and Justin Day (12 minutes)
Posted Dec 9, 2009
  Vivian Schiller on the Future of Media (13 minutes)
Posted Dec 7, 2009
Eric Mortensen and Justin Day of live and breathe online video. We ask them to teach us how to make our videos cool, marketable, and maybe even profitable.  more details

New Media, Social Media, Online Video, Direct Access, Distribution
  Vivian Schiller understands communication and community. We ask her to discuss her transition to NPR, social media and radio, her predictions for the future of media, and her personal secrets for success.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Npr, Radio, New Media, Social Media, User-Generated Content, Direct Access
The Business of Microstock Photography (1 hour, 15 minutes)
Posted Nov 23, 2009
  Direct Access: Rome Hartman on the Future of News (13 minutes)
Posted Nov 20, 2009
During this Mediabistro panel discussion, microstock agencies, successful microstockers and traditional stock photographers discuss current trends and opportunities in the microstock market.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Photography, New Media, Recorded Event, Microstock
  Rome Hartman understands news. We ask him to discuss how journalism is changing, how big organizations can use social media, and what the future of news looks like from his perspective.  more details

TV, Film & Video, News, New Media, Social Media, Ugcx, Direct Access
The New Newsroom: Journalism From Hyper-Local to Global (50 minutes)
Posted Nov 2, 2009
  NPR President and CEO Vivian Schiller: A New Strategy for a Media Powerhouse (53 minutes)
Posted Oct 27, 2009
Breaking news stories make their way to the public through social media sites, user generated news sites, mobile, and more. It's a new kind of newsroom, and in this UGCX session, you'll hear from some of the business leaders who are changing the way we get our news and information.  more details

TV, Film & Video, News, Tv, Broadcast, Citizen Journalism, Recorded Event, Next-Generation Journalist
  Building a hyperlocal presence, forging key partnerships, and overseeing funding for a non profit media company in the current economy: these are just some of the challenges Vivian Schiller faced when she became President and CEO of NPR in 2008. In this keynote, you'll hear about the initiatives she's leading to bring this traditional media powerhouse into the new media world.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Npr, Radio, User-Generated Content, Recorded Event, Ugcx, Next-Generation Journalist
The New Age of Advertising (71 minutes)
Posted Oct 12, 2009
  Breaking Into Broadcast (7 minutes)
Posted Sep 29, 2009
Advertising is more engaging and interactive than ever, and it's also more competitive. Our panel takes on the big questions, predicts the future, and tells some great stories along the way.  more details

TV, Film & Video
  Dream of being a TV news reporter or even an anchor? Our expert will fill you in on current trends in broadcast media and provide some great tips on how to be competitive in a tough market.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Broadcast, Crash Course, Next-Generation Journalist
Producing Online Entertainment Content (1 hour, 22 minutes)
Posted Sep 14, 2009
  How to Make a Successful Short Film (1 hour, 7 minutes)
Posted Dec 13, 2007
Video on the web is red-hot right now. Our panel tackles the big questions: How do you make great online video? Then how do you make money from your work?  more details

Marketing, New Media, Online Video, Online Ads, Recorded Event
  Award-winning filmmakers share the secrets of making the short films that launched their careers in movies.  more details

Screenwriting, Online Video, Recorded Events
Breaking into Sports Journalism (1 hour, 35 minutes)
Posted Apr 24, 2007
  Advertising: The New Creative Agency (1 hour, 4 minutes)
Posted Mar 26, 2007
Editors and writers from ESPN The Magazine, The New York Times,, and The Wall Street Journal discuss how to maneuver the sports beat and write great stories without ever using the phrase "110 percent."  more details

Editorial/Journalism, TV, Film & Video, Sports, Pitching, Blogging, Recorded Event
  A panel discussion with experts on interactive advertising.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Branding, Online Ads, Recorded Event
War Reporting in Iraq (1 hour, 20 minutes)
Posted Oct 25, 2006
  The 20-Minute Screenwriter, Part 1 (20 minutes)
American journalists from the Washington Post, CNN, MTV, and the Columbia Journalism Review discuss the challenges of reporting from Iraq.  more details

TV, Film & Video, News, Recorded Event
  A crash course with D.B. Gilles and Katherine Wessling.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Screenwriting, Crash Course, Intermediate
The 20-Minute Screenwriter, Part 2 (29 minutes)
  Mediabistro Circus: Online Video: Power To The People (1 hour, 11 minutes)
A crash course with D.B. Gilles and Katherine Wessling.  more details

TV, Film & Video, Screenwriting, Crash Course, Intermediate
  Robert Scoble, Jim Louderback, and Dina Kaplan tell you how to make and distribute video the smart way.  more details

Online Video, Recorded Event
Produce Your Own Internet Series (1 hour, 50 minutes)
  TVNewser Summit: New Tools of the Trade (60 minutes)
Have an idea for a TV show but don't have the budget or the connections to get it made? Web sitcom producer Thom Woodley shows how you can make an online show that gets noticed.  more details

Screenwriting, Online Video, Crash Course, Advanced
  How have new technologies changed the ways we distribute and consume the news? Our panel of new and traditional media experts tackles the key issues.  more details

TVNewser Summit: The Digital Network (60 minutes)
  TVNewser Summit: The Morning Joe Team (61 minutes)
How do traditional TV news and new media interact? Our panel of television executives discusses how their networks are integrating traditional news with complementary digital products.  more details

News, New Media, Online Video, Recorded Event
  Joe and Mika make morning political discussion fun and fractious. BusinessWeek's Jon Fine interviews the pair on technology, news, and politics.  more details

News, Social Media, Recorded Event
Mediabistro Circus: New World Intimacy-- Social Media and Twitter (30 minutes)
  Mediabistro Circus: New Business Models for Media (55 minutes)
In this presentation,'s John A. Byrne explains how his publication has harnessed the power of social media to engage with readers on a personal level.  more details

Editorial/Journalism, TV, Film & Video, Writing & Publishing, Twitter, New Media, Social Media, Recorded Event
  In this presentation, leaders from a range of web-based businesses tell the success stories of their startups  more details

TV, Film & Video, New Media, Blogging, Entrepreneurship, Startups, Recorded Events