Three days after his unanimous Board of Directors appointment to lead the video/multimedia development within UBA, here is the first video. Not surprisingly, he is interviewed in his own video production studio. One question, an 11 minute story, edited down to 5 minutes!
He is looking for any kind of feedback .. technical (video, sound fx, audio, graphics) as well as pacing, or how he comes across. What he should he do to improve this production in any way? Aside from getting back behind the camera and letting others be interviewed. lol.
A very effective (and cost-effective) way to do these type of "sharing" interviews is by telephone. Right now, with Cablevision, there are no phone charges anywhere in Canada, the US, or Puerto Rico.
With a phone card, Brazil can be tapped. Yes, we speak Portuguese and Spanish fluently. Others in our organization speak French, Arabic, and Farsi (Persia + Afghanistan)
Keep in mind that within the USA there are many people who are more comfortable and communicative in their native tongue. We will have translators on set and in post production to faithfully capture their thoughts and feelings. We will have cameramen available to go anywhere in the world (providing their safety is assured)
Send your responses to firstname.lastname@example.org. Kindly put "UBA video" in the subject, okay?
Thanks for watching!
The UBA Multimedia production team,
Bill Kronemyer, Executive Producer/Director