Recently we came across a question that made us think that we should teach our blog followers and anyone else who may be interested 7, yes exactly 7 things you did not know about webcasting.
I was speaking with a local event organizer about the topic when she stopped me and said- “We’ve thought about hiring someone to do this for us before, but won’t it stop people from actually coming to the event?”
It seems that this is still a common misconception, wherein people tend to think that enabling online hosting will make people lazy, anti-social, and unwilling to come to the actual venue…
Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
1. How much does a video cost?
The base price is $1000 dollars a minute. This might sound incredibly high but once you look at a break-down you see that you have to pay for a location, the camera person, an audio person, a producer, as well as the time and effort that goes into planning and doing a storyboard.
Each member of the team is paid just like in a restaurant, if you didn't have the cook you would not get your food.
2. Why should I get a video production company to do my video?
Video production companies have the tools, resources and experience...
Our latest article appears on the Exploriem website! Click here!
We all know that video is a great alternative to reading a white paper, especially if you are just trying to get your offering out there.
This article details the importance of video for your business.
Engaging Customers Takes Video.
Getting to know your customers and engaging them in meaningful social
dialogue is now both a science and an art and a quickly changing art at that.
Meaningful engagement is needed and but how do you go about engaging your
customers with video and social media?
Volunteering Video Services to Camp Quality
This is how is starts…
Two people are about to embark on a journey that will change them forever.
When you arrive at camp you have to get a lice check; nothing feels nicer. I love lice check, and it only gets better after that. Such a simple task…the running of the sticks through your hair, checking for the dreaded eggs. Yes, if they found anything I would be mortified, but thus far I’ve been spared.
Videotelephony Team Taking Camp by storm
Nate McNeil, freelance shooter, editor and graphic artist, and Jenni Beharry, Project Manger, for Videotelephony...
Recently Videotelephony had the pleasure of meeting Chris Maley, a remarkable and intelligent person, from the 20/200 project.
This company is focused on developing mobile applications, (think apps on an iPhone for example) and making accessible to everyone. In addition to working to make websites for companies more accessible to all user.
You might be thinking, how are apps, websites and other online mediums inaccessible at the moment?
If you had a vision impairment, a learning disability or even a hearing loss you would experience the world in a completely different...
Our Social Media Experiment in Ottawa.
Yesterday two of Videotelephony’s employees decided to take the world by storm.
And by storm we mean going out and talking to people. This was not a client based or related activity. But was another type of socialization. While trying to up our social media presence, Twittering and Facebooking we wondered where the balance had gone. As video and webcasting company we even have a lens to protect ourselves from the true experience. After reading this article in the Globe and Mail we were inspired.
This article left us with the twitter (pardon the pun)...
The InGenuity Group and Perrito Social are two businesses that we work with know their stuff about both finding funding via the government AND helping generate income for your business by increasing your online presence (social media & more!)
Government Funding for Canadian Businesses
It's hard sometimes to find the money to get that brilliant idea you have off the ground. The InGenuity Group recently did a great post on their blog that we think it can be of great benefit to you! It's a list of funding portals for Canadian businesses. And who couldn't use a little extra cash for their...
How can a company video benefit your website?
Compelling content on any website is key.
Sometimes things you never expected to catch your attention DO catch your attention.
When you land on a website learning more about the offering, services or causes are key. Having a company video to explain what a company does, or samples of what they could do are key to making a compelling case for your services. If you think your services, products causes or whatever your business may be is not right for a video or blogging you need to think about WHAT it is that you offer and the ideas will flow.
Nick May is a young entrepreneur on the road to success
Ready, set, SHAVE!
Videotelephony is extremely excited to announce their latest project. Working with a talented crew, Prentice Media and the inventor of Remay Vanilla Shower Time, Nick May, we created a commercial that we hope will win the 2012 Business Development Bank of Canada ( BDC) competition for Young Entrepreneurs.
Contest Details here!
You may be wondering what Remay Vanilla Shower Time is. It's a product that helps women shave faster in the shower. Instead of foaming, the solid can be rubbed on the leg creating...
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On March 3rd I gave my hair away to Pantene Beautiful Lengths.
Hair donation is an amazing feeling. To make a much needed wig for women who are struggling with losing their hair due to cancer treatment is something that anyone who can do, should do! To know a wig will be made out of your hair that's going to grow back on you anyway is a wonderful thing.
The adjustment is a little difficult but it's coming along. It's hard to go from having your hair to keep your neck warm to it not it touching the collarbone. Just imagine losing a whole 10 inches in one hair donation! I...