Did you know that 80% of all online activity will be video-based in the next few years?
In this workshop for podcasters, you'll learn how to create video for social media that will help you engage with your fans and bring in new listeners. We'll look at examples — like audiograms, Facebook Live, and bonus content — from popular podcasts. We'll also discuss the technicalities of shooting video cheaply and quickly from your smartphone, including the best lighting, framing, and editing apps. You will walk out with a short, edited video for your podcast — ready to share!
With more than half a million podcasts in iTunes, video can help your show stand out from the crowd and find fans. We recommend this workshop for anyone with a podcast that's in production or ready to launch.
We're offering scholarships for this workshop. Learn more here.
Nneka Nwosu Faison is an Emmy Nominated Boston-based television news reporter and producer for WCVB-TV’s “Chronicle” program, the nation’s longest running local news magazine. Her shows focus on issues affecting minorities and millennials, from life expectancy disparities among racial groups in Boston to the student debt crisis. Nwosu also teaches digital journalism at the Harvard Extension School and Emerson College. She previously worked a multimedia journalist at WTNH-TV in New Haven, Conn., and as an anchor/reporter at WPRI-TV and WNAC-TV in Rhode Island, where she shot, edited, and produced her own stories in addition to doing live reports.
Nwosu is currently a fellow at the Nieman Foundation for Journalism at Harvard where she is studying how to use social media video as a storytelling and revenue tool. She also just started a podcast called, The Bosscast, which focuses on stories about kickass young women!
Our programming is supported in part by an award from the National Endowment for the Arts. To find out more about how National Endowment for the Arts grants impact individuals and communities, visitwww.arts.gov.