Video Production Industry Insights

How to Turn Off YouTube's Suggested Videos in 5 Simple Steps

Posted by MCG on Dec 12, 2014 1:24:00 PM

It’s happened to all of us while watching a video on YouTube. You reach the end and YouTube blasts you with “suggested videos” that YouTube deems worthy of your time. Your screen will look like this and often these suggested videos make no sense.

In the above screen shot, I just finished watching a video about a high school hockey team. Why in the world does YouTube think I’d be interested in an interview with Robert Smith of the Cure?

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2014 Budget — Use It or Lose It [How About a Video?]

Posted by Todd Vaske on Dec 2, 2014 2:00:00 PM


2014 is nearly history. Seems like just 330 or so days ago we said goodbye to 2013. So what can you do with those budget dollars you didn’t get around to spending?

How about a video?

Seriously, we produce a lot of videos in December for clients who need to spend their budgets. What do we do for them?

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5 Tips For Your Next On-Camera Interview

Posted by Tim Lewis on Nov 21, 2014 12:15:00 PM

Here's an oldie but goodie from MCG's archive
showcasing interview-style video samples.

As a video guy who has conducted hundreds of interviews, I’ve noticed so many people fear being interviewed on-camera. I suppose they think it’s like public speaking, which we know people fear more than death. But an interview is not anything like public speaking.

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What Can Video Do For Your Business?

Posted by Kelly Costanzo on Nov 14, 2014 3:12:00 PM

Some marketers and business owners have a hard time understanding what video can do for their business. Here’s what we consider to be three of the biggest reasons.

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5 Steps to Creating an Effective and Entertaining Video [infographic]

Posted by Kelly Costanzo on Nov 6, 2014 3:24:00 PM

The Anatomy of an Effective Video
How to Keep Your Viewers Engaged

Great videos don't just happen. They are well thought out and planned.

While all videos are a little different, certain content does well when following a tried and true formula.

Here's a five step, ironclad recipe for an effective, entertaining video that will keep your viewers engaged. Follow these steps when creating your next video and watch it go from good to great!

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