Jan. 16 webcast: Producing Video on a Shoestring

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More and more editors are using video to supplement their content. But video provides another advantage: the ability to bring interviewees from anywhere “together” without anyone having to travel.

In this webcast from Jan. 16, 2014, Rob Freedman, senior editor at Realtor magazine, examined how, by recording interviews over Skype and iPhones and other easily accessible technologies, and seamlessly incorporating them into videos, editors are able to replicate the multi-source article in video but without travel costs.

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AboRob Freedman_photout the Speaker:
Robert Freedman is manager of multimedia communications at the National Assocotion of Realtors® in Washington, D.C. He uses video, webinars, blog posts, print and online media, e-mail newsletters, and social media to keep the association’s one million members informed of developments that impact their business.

He produces more than 40 videos a year, many of which look at legislative, regulatory, and economic developments that are of importance to the real estate industry. His feature videos look at ways real estate brokers and agents can improve their business.

He is a past president of the American Society of Business Publication Editors and of the ASBPE Educational Foundation. He is the author or editor of six books, including Journalism That Matters (Marion Street Press, 2006), Broker to Broker (John A. Wylie & Sons, 2005), and Best Practices of the Business Press (Kendall-Hunt, 2004).