January 13, 2012 7:12 am


Interested in learning how to shoot and edit your own video? Iowa State’s Travis Ballstadt and Xavier’s Cliff Jenkins share everything you need to know to get started in Video Production 101.

From hardware to software to production tips and tricks, this is the episode to watch if you’re interested in learning how to shoot and edit your own videos.
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Unsolicited Shout-out of the Week
This week’s unsolicited shout-out goes to anyone who has ever uploaded a tutorial video online to share knowledge. When it comes to video production – today’s topic – one of the best ways to teach yourself is to simply browse the myriad of tutorial videos available for free on YouTube. It’s thanks to the handwork and passion of so many individuals that so much professional development content is readily accessible.


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