Breakfast Networking: How to make great online video content
Cambridge TV will be running our next Breakfast Networking workshop on how to make interesting editorial videos for social media and publicity purposes. Come along if you're wondering how to prepare and what type of content work best.
|Dates||7 Jun 2018 - Download as vCalendar|
|Opening times||8.00am - 10.00am|
|Cost||£15.00+VAT (members) / £25.00+VAT (non-members)|
|Venue||Future Business Centre, King’s Hedges Road, CB4 2HY|
|Organiser name||Sara Baxter|
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|Member price||Non-member price||Please log in or create an account to make your booking. Book Now|
We all know we should be making video for online, for social media and publicity purposes. There’s some good information around that looks at how to make a video, from a technical perspective.
But what video should you make? How do you decide what content to choose for a video? What if you don’t like being on camera yourself? What will an audience care about enough to watch?
This is a workshop about stories and formats, with examples of what works to inspire you!
Come to this workshop if you are:
- Interested in learning how to make interesting editorial videos for social media and publicity purposes
- Wondering how to prepare and want to learn what type of content work best
About the speakers
Carl Homer and Bob Coates run Cambridge TV and Cambridge TV School, making items for broadcast on television and online, both in custom built studios off Newmarket Road and out on location in Cambridge and beyond.
8.00am: Registration and networking over breakfast
Carl Homer and Bob Coates, Cambridge TV and Cambridge TV School
9.30am: Further networking
10.00am: Event close
Any Cambridge Network member may attend, there is a small charge of £15+VAT for members. Register by clicking on 'Book Now’. Please log in first using the link at the top of this website where you should be recognised as a current member.
Cambridge Network is a membership organisation based in the vibrant high technology cluster of Cambridge, UK. We bring people together - from business and academia - to meet each other and share ideas, encouraging collaboration and partnership for shared success.