CK & CO Releases Video 101—Session 3: Do it Yourself or Hire Someone?
FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE
Contact: Michael Krampe
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Third Installment Provides Insight into Video Production Sourcing
Grand Rapids, Mich., July 8, 2014 – Cynthia Kay and Company (CK & CO) announced today that it has released Do it Yourself or Hire Someone?, the third session in its five-part Video 101 series. The video outlines the criteria needed to determine whether to produce a video in house or use the expertise of a production company. It provides tips and suggestions for choosing the right solution including:
- Tips for DIY video production
- DIY is best suited for internal audiences
- Lighting can be tricky and existing light may not be enough
- Use an external microphone if you are going to use a mobile device
- Shoot video horizontally (16:9 HD)
- What to look for in a production company
- Video samples (Does everything look the same or do they show creativity?)
- Does company have a defined production process? (milestones/sign offs)
- Does the company quote projects with budget ranges and specific tasks?
- Are not-to-exceed budgets an option?
- How will the company archive raw video and finished projects?
Video 101 is a series of videos intended to provide insight into the video production process from start to finish. From what makes great video, to the process of pre-production, production, editing and beyond. The series is designed to educate and engage customers, potential customers and students.
About CK & CO:
CK & CO is a full-service media production and corporate communications consulting company. The company is a certified Women’s Business Enterprise and employs a full time staff. The company is located in Grand Rapids, Mich. and is the production company of choice for a number of global Fortune 100 companies, non-profit organizations and small businesses across the country. To learn more, visit: thinkck.com.