Overcome your fear of video "unknowns"
We have a special treat for the final AMA-Madison luncheon this season: to follow-up from the great interest in our Video Marketing presentation in February, we're doing a part II for May - and taking the entire "production" into the studio!
In the world of video production, one size doesn't fit all. That is why in May we'll visit Tilt Media's Studio: Owner and President Rich Rubasch will use video examples and stories from his own experience to help us understand the entire video production process, the tradeoffs and choices, and options available.
Be prepared to talk production
Coming away from this lunch discussion in the studio/soundstage, anyone looking to incorporate video into their marketing will
- Be prepared for production: what can you do yourself, and what can your production team do for you
- Understand the timeframes and budgets for preparation, shooting, and post-production
- Gauge ROI and value propositions of "do it yourself," "low budget" and "professional production."
And be sure to stick around after the lunch and learn for a full tour of the studio - Dane County's largest studio and soundstage!
Meet Our Speaker:
Rich Rubasch, Owner/President Tilt Media
Rich got his start in video production in 1992 in Honolulu, Hawaii. After moving back to his home in the Midwest, he eventually founded Tilt Media in 2001.
An award winning editor and designer himself, Rich loves the challenge of unearthing great stories and appreciates great design and animation. He served on the board of MCAI for several years. Loves new gear. Audiophile at heart and still spins vinyl on a circa 1984 Bang & Olufsen turntable. See some of the collection on the walls at Tilt Media!