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Thursday, November 10

3:00pm EST

Web Video 101: Easy strategies to engage your audience with video

Bring a camera, a tripod, and get ready to become a web video producer. This session will be a hands on workshop that covers the basics to help attendees start producing simple, and effective web videos.
This session will address: affordable production equipment, production techniques, storytelling, legal
considerations, software, social video networks, and how to start leveraging video for business, and branding. You'll also learn basic shooting and lighting techniques, how to capture optimal sound, and basic editing.


Jeff Funk

Jeff Funk is an Emmy, Promax, and Addy Award-Winning Writer, Producer, Multi-Platform Content Creator, Coach and Speaker. He's experienced in executing strategic communications as well as content that magnify brand recognition across multiple media platforms (TV, Online, Radio... Read More →

Amani Channel, MA

Amani Channel is a specialist in traditional and digital media. During his career he's worked as a news reporter, content/community manager, media consultant, and he's an award-winning video producer. He currently serves as a Sr. Producer at KEF Media, a company that specializes in... Read More →

Lamar Tyler

Lamar Tyler is a filmmaker, blogger, father and husband with over 15 years of technology experience in industries such as Government, Telecomm, Healthcare and Broadcast Television. Along with his wife Ronnie, Lamar has built a social media movement around the promotion of marriage... Read More →

Thursday November 10, 2011 3:00pm - 5:00pm EST
Hudson Grille - Midtown 942 Peachtree Street NW, Atlanta, GA 30309
Friday, November 11

8:30am EST

Establishing Corporate Social Media Policy

A panel discussion - including representatives from a few of Atlanta's largest companies - on how corporations are establishing social media policies.

Topics we will address will include

  • When you created your first social media policy, what was your primary concern? Has that primary concern changed over time?
  • What are the essential elements of a corporate social media policy, in your experience?
  • What is the single biggest stumbling block companies need to overcome as they implement and execute on a social media policy?
  • Some companies have adopted a laissez faire attitude towards employee use of social media. How significant is the risk of having a crisis situation?
  • We know recruiters are looking at social media profiles before hiring. Are managers monitoring employees? Is this casual or part of protocol?

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Brandy Nagel

Research Faculty and Entrepreneur Educator, Georgia Tech

Friday November 11, 2011 8:30am - 10:30am EST
Roam Atlanta 5815 Windward Parkway Alpharetta, GA 30005