Scott Whitney joins host Craig Price to discuss this ins and out of videography. When it comes to video of himself, Craig would rather jab dull spoons into his eyes than sit through any part of the process but since his business demands proof of expertise he’s certainly aware of what videography involves. Instead of just rambling about his likes/dislikes, Craig recruited Scott Whitney of Whitney Media Productions to talk about why audio is just as important as any aspect of video, lightening is one of the most overlooked pieces and how to find a good videographer even when you’re on the road or travelling across country.
Scott can be found at http://whitneymedia.tv
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Phil Gerbyshak (@PhilGerb on Twitter) gives host Craig Price a social media update. With so many things constantly changing, Craig decided an update was needed. So with the help of social media guru and past guest Phil Gerbyshak, the two discuss new platforms like ello, some of the more relevant changes to popular platforms like Facebook, twitter and LinkedIn as well as discussing why Craig was right about the uselessness of Google+. They also talk about the importance of analytics and metrics to make sure what you are doing on social media is working for you. If you’re confused about social media as much as Craig is (and I truly hope you are not or you need serious help) this update will help you get caught up!
You can find more about Phil at his website http://philgerbyshak.com as well as read his posts at the Actiance Social Business Blog http://actiance.com/blog
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October 7, 2014
Michael Domitrz (@datesafeproject on Twitter) returns to discuss consent with host Craig Price. With all the news about sexual assault and consent laws in the media, Craig reaches out to past guest Michael Domitrz to hash it out. Michael explains the importance of consent, open discussions with your partner (or potential partner) and why we need to focus not on how to avoid assault but on how to be a good human being. Meanwhile Craig laments the fact that not enough men are speaking out on the subject while Michael offers that men should participate in the discussion but not break their arms patting themselves on the back because they do so. The two also discuss how awful internet comments can be!
You can find more about the great work Michael is doing at http://www.datesafeproject.org/