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Course: YouTube: Become a Digital TV Star in Your Niche

YouTube: Become a Digital TV Star in Your Niche

  • Life Time Access
  • Certificate on Completion
  • Access on Android and iOS App
About this Course

Imagine that you have a daily or weekly internet TV Show and it is watched by all of the people you care about in your industry. You are no longer just a blogger or a social media poster. Instead, you are now an online TV host and commentator. You have authority!

This course is for business people and experts who want to share their expertise with the world. You no longer have to wait for the occasional call from a newspaper reporter, talk radio host or TV producer. You can now broadcast your news, opinions, and insights in a TV/Video format every single day. The technology is easy, but the step by step plan to start can be hard for most people. This course will walk you through everything you need to know so that you can be up and broadcasting very quickly.

There is a 100% Money-Back Guarantee for this course. And the instructor also provides an enhanced guarantee.

Who is the target audience?

  • Business people
  • Experts
  • Authors
  • Experts
  • PR firms
  • Publicity hounds
  • Elected officials
  • Candidates for public office
Basic knowledge
  • Video camera is needed
What you will learn
  • Start your own professional TV newscast on YouTube
  • Know how to look comfortable on camera
  • Determine an editorial mix and calendar
  • Figure out monetization strategies
Curriculum
Lectures quantity: 16
Common duration: 01:10:39
Start Creating Your TV News Network Today
  • How to Create a Digital TV Network Overview  
  • Create a Winning Editorial  
  • Here is How to Start Your Network Today  
  • The Best Style for You Is...  
  • Your Technology Needs  

    How to Create a Digital TV Network Technology Part 5

    Total Cost of Equipment: 1,675

    Logitech C920 HD Pro Webcam

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/832460-REG/Logitech_960_000764_C920.html

    Snowball USB Condenser Microphone with Ringer Shock Mount

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/836611-REG/Blue_SNOWBALL_ICE_Snowball_USB_Condenser_Microphone.html

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/362546-REG/Blue_RINGER_Ringer_Shock_Mount.html

    Basic 3 point lighting setup

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/492436-REG/Impact_401490_Tungsten_Two_Floodlight_Kit.html

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/465459-REG/Lowel_Tota_Light_One_Light_Kit.html

    - One light in front of you that is diffused, about 30 degrees to one side (this minimizes shadows)

    - One light in front of you that is more directional, this adds "highlights", it should be about 20 degrees on the opposite side of the 'fill' light.

    - One light behind you pointing forward (helps separate you from the background). TIP: Keep this one high so you don't get a glare on the camera lens.

    - One light (more if needed) on the background to prevent any shadows from the person

    - TIP: To achieve a professional look what you want is very few shadows on the face, a highlight on the shoulder and hair (this comes from the backlight) and no shadows reflecting on the background.

    - You may need to test different setups, adding and removing different lights, and possibly varying the distance between the subject and the background.

    WireCast Software (to mix additional cameras, images, or clips, LIVE!)

    http://www.telestream.net/wire-cast/overview.htm

    Backdrop from MagicPrinting USA -- located in Massachusetts

    http://www.magicprintingusa.com/

    approximately 6' x 8'

    "dye sublimation fabric"

    NOTE: the further away you plan to sit the larger the background will need to be.

    Image will be scaled when printed 1" = 1'

    Original image should be at least 300 dpi. Better if it is 600 or 900.

    We used Velcro option as a fastener. Hooks on back of canvas, soft side of Velcro on wall. Other options are also available from Magic Printing.

    TIP: to fake added depth you can "blur" the background image before printing. This works great in smaller spaces.

  • Editing Options  
  • Blunders to Avoid  
  • Promoting Your Channel  
  • Adding Graphics  

    My animator is Mark Sylvain mark.sylvain (at) gmail.com

  • Determining Your Business Model  
  • Feedback  
  • Bonus 1 Final Tips  
  • Bonus 2 More Tips how to build a professional broadcast tv studio  

    Total Cost of Equipment: 1,675

    Logitech C920 HD Pro Webcam

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/832460-REG/Logitech_960_000764_C920.html

    Snowball USB Condenser Microphone with Ringer Shock Mount

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/836611-REG/Blue_SNOWBALL_ICE_Snowball_USB_Condenser_Microphone.html

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/362546-REG/Blue_RINGER_Ringer_Shock_Mount.html

    Basic 3 point lighting setup

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/492436-REG/Impact_401490_Tungsten_Two_Floodlight_Kit.html

    http://www.bhphotovideo.com/c/product/465459-REG/Lowel_Tota_Light_One_Light_Kit.html

    - One light in front of you that is diffused, about 30 degrees to one side (this minimizes shadows)

    - One light in front of you that is more directional, this adds "highlights", it should be about 20 degrees on the opposite side of the 'fill' light.

    - One light behind you pointing forward (helps separate you from the background). TIP: Keep this one high so you don't get a glare on the camera lens.

    - One light (more if needed) on the background to prevent any shadows from the person

    - TIP: To achieve a professional look what you want is very few shadows on the face, a highlight on the shoulder and hair (this comes from the backlight) and no shadows reflecting on the background.

    - You may need to test different setups, adding and removing different lights, and possibly varying the distance between the subject and the background.

    WireCast Software (to mix additional cameras, images, or clips, LIVE!)

    http://www.telestream.net/wire-cast/overview.htm

    Backdrop from MagicPrinting USA -- located in Massachusetts

    http://www.magicprintingusa.com/

    approximately 6' x 8'

    "dye sublimation fabric"

    NOTE: the further away you plan to sit the larger the background will need to be.

    Image will be scaled when printed 1" = 1'

    Original image should be at least 300 dpi. Better if it is 600 or 900.

    We used Velcro option as a fastener. Hooks on back of canvas, soft side of Velcro on wall. Other options are also available from Magic Printing.

    TIP: to fake added depth you can "blur" the background image before printing. This works great in smaller spaces.

Bonus Reading
  • Media Training A to Z  
  • Media Training Success  
  • 1001 Ways to Wow the Media  
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