Web Video Basics
UW Oshkosh Frederic March Theatre
June 17–18, 2014 Register today!
If you are involved in a business, non-profit or company, you know the importance of conveying your message and promoting events. Web videos are a great way to promote your organization.
If you are interested in learning about Web video creation as a way to enhance your organization, then don’t miss out on this two day opportunity!
This workshop provides the ins and outs of Web video: basic camera and video editing techniques including audio, composition and lighting, how and where to post Web videos and tips to finding the right audience.
Leading the workshop is Andrew Smock, Assistant Professor of Digital Media at UW Oshkosh with a Master of Liberal Studies in Communication and a Ph.D. in Media and Information Studies, and Justine Stokes, Director of Television Services at UW Oshkosh with more than 15 years of experience directing and producing television, short films and documentaries.
Here’s What You’ll Learn
- How and where to post your web videos
- Learn basic video editing techniques
- Setting Web video goals
- Learn basic camera techniques
- Features to consider when purchasing a camera and other equipment
- Finding an audience for your Web videos=
Fees and Registration
$325 for the two-day workshop, including lunch and materials.
Space is limited, register now!
Day 1: 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
Day 2: 8:30 a.m.–4 p.m.
These two days will cover:
- Why do you need a Web video? Who is your audience?
- What are your goals for the video?
- Environment/location (how to shoot in your office, etc.)
Selecting a camera/camera types
- Smartphone/flip cam
- Consumer-grade video cameras
Smock is an Assistant Professor of Digital Media in the Radio-TV-Film program at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh, where he teaches courses focusing on Web-based technologies and social media.
Smock has a Master of Liberal Studies in Communication Technology from Eastern Michigan University and a Ph.D. in Media and Information Studies from Michigan State University.
Stokes is the Director of Television Services at the University of Wisconsin Oshkosh where she teaches television production in the Radio-TV-Film program and advises the award-winning television station, Titan TV.
She has more than 15 years of experience in directing and producing television, short films and documentaries.