The 2019 Amazing Videos Virtual Summit: New essential skills to script, shoot and edit stand-out videos

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Video is a must-have skill for communicators who want to move their careers forward in 2019. Join this hands-on training session to bring your skillset up to speed and learn how to create sizzling videos that win over audiences—and impress bosses. Instructors Drew Keller (Microsoft) and Matt Silverman (The Daily Dot) will teach you the latest video techniques, tools and best practices so you can become your organization’s most confident—and competent—visual storyteller.

You’ll learn how to:

  • Easily create a cost-effective video strategy
  • Plan, script and storyboard videos for greater success
  • Competently use the best cameras, lighting and mics
  • Confidently shoot video that hits hot buttons—and KPIs
  • Distribute video on social media for maximum reach


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Presenter bio: 

Matt Silverman is director of video at The Daily Dot, a publisher covering internet culture. Through the virality of Facebook video, his team is redefining how publishers and brands can monetize marketing efforts through social commerce video. He is also the producer of "2 Girls 1 Podcast," a popular weekly comedy show that explores fringe online communities. Silverman was formerly editorial director for Mashable, where he launched its video program in 2013, grew it to 30 million views and added 100,000 subscribers in one year. In 2016 Silverman created "Free Dad Videos," a comedic web series about parenting featuring his young children, which has reached more than 4 million viewers.

Drew Keller is a content developer at Microsoft, where he practices all aspects of video production as a member of the Microsoft Office Modern Learning and Video team. He has three decades of video production experience and over 15 years of experience in web video production and delivery. In addition, he works with his own organization, StoryGuide, focusing on bringing great storytelling skills to content creators of all types and abilities. He researches emerging media as a faculty member at the University of Washington.