Public Relations and post production can go hand in hand. After all once the public relations firm hires the post production firm or offers them a feature it leads to editing and creation of a product for the client. Kevin Bourke of Burke PR introduces us to the basics of PR, how to identify when you may need to partner with a PR firm and its benefits.
On this spooky edition of ATP we talk about 3 tips I am implementing to help me start wrapping up 2018 and I share them with you! Also we interview our featured monthly Screen Grab Friday winner from our Facebook community Willie Harper of Monkey Tongue Productions.
This is a very personal podcast episode where host Niel Guilarte shares how he powered through and delivered for his clients and family during some very difficult times. If you are a freelancer or have recently left your secure world to chase your dreams this episode is for you! We also feature our third Screen Grab Friday monthly contest winner Daniel Hager of Germany!
Jim Tierney returns to ATP to introduce the all new Power Search tool from Digital Anarchy. Jim visited us earlier and introduced Transcriptive to our listeners and when combined with Power Search, transcription via Adobe Premier becomes a breeze. Learn all about the AI behind Transcriptive and Power Search in this episode.
We interview Roger Bolton, Founder of Core Melt who introduces his powerful toolset for Final Cut Pro X editors. Also we feature our Screen Grab Friday winner Jason Hewitt of Illustrata Brand Enlightenment.
In this episode we speak with LumaTouch co-founder Terri Morgan about her years innovating mobile post production, the release of LumaFusion and the benefits of going mobile. Full HD editing on a mobile device using LumaFusion can be a game changer. This episode has the details.
This episode is the first post NAB interview and we speak with the CEO of Score Addiction in Sydney, Australia Luke Gordon. Luke walks us through their new STREAMER plugin for Adobe Premier Pro and we talk video, audio, NAB and more!
This is Part 3 in a series on personal branding and claiming your space in your chosen industry. Host Niel Guilarte discusses "the hustle", features our first Screen Grab Friday monthly winner Nick Montgomery and announces our new sponsor and supporters at www.stockmusic.net .
Fabiana is a communications professional with more than 14 years of experience in the fields of video production, marketing communications, journalism and translation.
As the Audiovisual Communications Manager for Shriners International Headquarters, Fabiana is responsible for most corporate videography and her projects range from quality control and approval of national video campaigns to all-inclusive, in-house productions where she serves as cameraperson, producer and editor.
Mediaworkstations.net makes real-time computing possible for creative and technical professionals. Founded by Christopher Johnson in 2010 this performance based computing company has exploded and is now poised to make a big splash for content creators, post pros and companies worldwide. We interview Christopher and discuss the product offerings and state of computing in the industry today.
In Part 2 of How to expand your personal brand via Conferences, Social Media and Shear Hustle, host Niel Guilarte introduces his proven strategy for growing an a social presence from scratch. He outlines how to use Twitter, Facebook and Instagram in tandem to create an experience for followers and to increase your social engagement.
ATP Host Niel Guilarte shares his personal journey from long time editor and videographer to entrepreneur, speaker, coach and film maker. This is part one of a three part series on growing a personal brand, getting out from behind the cubicle and becoming the front man. Take notes as Niel provides a step by step guide that when executed can lead you to new places!
We get the exclusive on the all new Gamertag Radio documentary film produced and edited by Hall of Fame podcaster and founder of Gamertag Radio Danny Peña! Danny shares his journey to make his first film and surprises our listeners with HOW he edited it! You have to listen to be inspired and it will shock you! Learn more at www.gamertagradio.com
Chris Bobotis is at the forefront of the virtual reality race and his company Mettle is creating the toolset for content creators to move the needle forward with this incredible technology. On this episode Chris shares the history of VR, his companies position in the space and we talk about the future of VR 360 as well.
Jim Tierney is a leader in plugin development for video editors. His company Digital Anarchy is a leader in plugins such as Beauty Box and Samurai Sharpening Tool. We talk about the digital world he plays in and how he sees the future.
Divergent Media CEO discusses the EditReady transcoding tool, ScopeBox and their new OneLight stand alone player. Review without transcoding! This episode educates listeners on all that Divergent offers and discontinued products as well.
We talk with Nick Mattingly of Switcher Studio for the second time since Episode 37. Nick introduces Switcher Go which is pecially designed for video creators on-the-go, this free app lets you do more than just point-and-shoot so your videos are engaging and easy to share no matter where you are.
We talk Go and Switcher Studio in this episode. Learn more at www.switcherstudio.com