How NOT to Break the Bank with Video

Presented at ONA15
September 23, 2015
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In an age where newsrooms are watching every penny, how do you make video work? Is it really possible to have a video strategy that doesn’t break the bank? We’ll run through some money-guzzling project examples and how we learned from those experiences to make video work better for us. We’ll also share best video practices from our newsroom, and explain our workflow, from idea to shooting to editing and publishing/promoting.


Speakers

Angela Pacienza
Executive Producer, The Globe and Mail
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