There’s no question—video is where it’s at these days. In fact, 45% of people watch more than an hour of Facebook or YouTube videos a week.
Learn how to produce compelling video content and master the on-camera appearance from Paula Rizzo, Emmy award-winning television producer and bestselling author. With nearly 20 years in the media industry, Paula has a wealth of tips, tricks and secrets to share.
You’ll leave this webinar knowing:
- All the dos and don’ts of video production
- How to deliver clear, compelling, and provocative interviews
- How to setup a professional looking studio at home for free
- The secret to creating dynamic and powerful videos that impress the media and attract followers
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Guest presenter: Paula Rizzo
Paula Rizzo is an Emmy-award winning television producer, best-selling author, and a media trainer and strategist. As a former senior health producer for Fox News Channel for more than a decade, she produced segments with a range of top experts, including JJ Virgin, Jillian Michaels, and Deepak Chopra. A media veteran for nearly 20 years, she also worked in local news in New York City as a producer for WCBS, WPIX, and WLNY. She coaches experts and executives to perform better on camera and produce their own videos. She’s the founder of ListProducer.com and author of Listful Thinking: Using Lists to be More Productive, Highly Successful and Less Stressed and Listful Living: A List-Making Journey to a Less Stressed You . She’s also co-creator of Lights Camera Expert – an online course geared towards helping entrepreneurs, authors, and experts get media attention. She also teaches Become A Video Star – a virtual workshop that empowers experts to create their own compelling videos. Paula has been featured in major media outlets like FoxNews.com, Business Insider and The Daily News. She’s a contributor to MindBodyGreen.com, Entrepreneur.com and Thrive Global . A veteran speaker she’s presented at MA Conference for Women, HOW Design Live, New York Women in Communications, National Association of Professional Organizers (NAPO), and many others. Go to PaulaRizzo.com for more.