This 15 minute video highlights some of the Veterans Day 2013 celebration held at San Diego's Veterans Association of North County (VANC). The video is in SD (4 x 3) to fit the format requirements of some TV stations.
VANC is an association of over 37 organizations assisting veterans, active military, and their families, in the areas of job preparation, education, financial assistance, health and wellness services, affordable housing, and family issues. The facility is located at 1617 Mission Avenue near Interstate 5 in Oceanside.
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If you're looking to get out of a dead end, boring or meaningless job, then you may want to take a look at a career in law enforcement. This video gives you an "inside look" at the city of Oceanside Police Department (OPD). Oceanside is a beautiful and well managed seaside community about 35 miles north of San Diego California. Although the video was produced awhile ago, the message is still the same...police work is rewarding, exciting and, in the case of OPD, highly respected by the citizens it serves.
This vdeo illustrates the steps taken to make a 30 second TV Public Service Announcement for the city of Oceanside CA. Basically, after determining who the audience will be and run time expected to be most effective, the process begins by developing a story board containing the message to be presented and general shots to be used (the story board can be very basic, even using stick figures - if formality is not an issue - as long as it conveys the idea to those who are in the approval chain). Once approved, arragements must be made for shooting locations, obtaining props, scheduling events, selecting personnel (for action and support positions as well as videographers), and finally, directing activities. It's a lot of work but also a lot of fun.
Following a major emergency or disaster, first reponders who provide fire and medical services may not be able to meet the demand for these services. Factors such as number of victims, communication failures, and road blocks may prevent people from accessing emergency services they have come to expect through the 911 system. People will have to rely on each other for help in order to meet their immediate life saving and life sustaining needs. The Community Emergecy Response Team (CERT) is a FEMA program developed to help meet these temporary needs. This video gives a brief look at some of the training provided by the city of Oceanside, CA fire department to CERT volunteers.