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Digital Production Buzz – June 14, 2012

  • Creating Videos for Non-Profits
  • How Volunteering Can Help Your Career
  • Mobile Production Solutions
  • What to Teach: DSLR or Video Camera

GUESTS: Bill Kizorek, Rich Kwiat, Jim Robertson, John Staub, and Jessica Sitomer

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Bill Kizorek, CEO, Two Parrot Productions

Bill Kizorek, CEO of Two Parrot Productions, has filmed in over 100 countries and authored a dozen books. He and his daughter work together to give back to the community by creating videos for non-profits. It is an exciting and very rewarding life for both! He joins us this week to tell us more.

Jessica Sitomer, President, The Greenlight Coach

Jessica Sitomer, President of The Greenlight Coach, and a regular contributor to The Buzz follows on Bill’s conversation about the benefits of volunteering for industry committees. Because you are in the right place at the right time, volunteering can be great for your career! When it comes to finding great job hunting tips, Jessica’s website is the first place to go.

Jim Roberson, Co-Founder, Mobile Imagination
Rich Kwiat, Co-Founder, Mobile Imagination

Jim Robertson has been producing film and television projects since 1994. In 2009, out of necessity, Jim founded Mobile Imagination with long time pal Rich Kwiat to solve some fundamental  issues facing the film and television industry working “in the field”. Together they have designed some mobile solution tools to make your production life as simple as possible so your creative juices can keep on flowing.

Johnny Staub, Instructor, Film & Television, Collins College

Johnny Staub is a veteran director of commercials and episodic television, and prior to joining the Collins College faculty taught commercial direction at UCLA. In his classes at Collins, he has migrated away from DSLR’s and is now primarily teaching with the Panasonic AF100. We want to know why, and whether teaching a particular camera is good or bad for students.

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