Presented by the Oregon Film and Video Office
February 22nd and 23rd, 2007
Designed to bring together traditional filmmakers and videographers as well as producers of streaming media of all types, this workshop is intended to demonstrate ways to provide content for podcasts, vidcasts, the small screen.
Sponsored in part by the Riverplace Hotel the workshop will include presentations by the following new media professionals-
Mary Hodder, Dabble.com – Steve Kerho, Nissan America – Alex Williams, Splashcast – John Anthony Hartman, Feedia – Jaimie Chvotkin, Film Baby – Dana Plautz, Ind. Media Consultant – David Woolson, 45th Parallel Pictures – Josh Bancroft, Tinyscreenfuls – Dalen Harrison, Ensequence – Kevin Felts, Allied Vaughn – Rod Pittman, Ind. Media Consultant – Dan Kaufman, Crank My Chain – Anna Johns, The Delta Project – Jason Ruby, Morley Studios
Thursday, Feb. 22nd: “Tools and Technology”
Topics include:Where is Media Going? Identifying traditional production models in a portable media world
Creating a Podcast Studio, Hardware and software needs
Accessing Tools, What’s available, what’s new and where do I get it?
How We’re Webcasting, The how-to from successful local webcasters.
Friday, Feb. 23rd: “Marketing and Monetizing”
Topics include:Integrating New Media into Marketing Strategies
Streaming and Digital Downloads, New markets for indie film
Distribution and Consumption, How changing technology affects distribution and consumption Branded Entertainment, The world between commercials and product placement Web 2.0, Finding ourselves in the new world
The cost of the workshop is $50 for both days and includes lunch on both days.
To request a brochure and registration information please email the Film Office at: firstname.lastname@example.org