A few months ago, I was approached by the good folks that run the .TV domain (Verisign, if you really want to know), to join their Advocate program. What this means for me is that I get a nice little gift and a bit of cash to basically do what I’ve already been doing for years: talk about making video on the web. I know, pretty sweet, right?
Well, to make things nice and easy for you, I’ve created a completely separate site for the Filmosity Video Blog. The URL is—surprise, surprise—http://www.filmosity.tv
On that blog, you’ll get some great video content, mostly about video creation and video marketing, but also about random stuff I encounter, including videos I shoot in my travels.
Here’s a little blurb from the Watch.tv blog announcing the .tv Advocate program:
We searched the web to see who was making amazing video, asked our friends for some recommendations and put together a wish-list of people we’d like to bring into the .tv community to offer tips and advice. We’ve got a great list, and are lucky to have them participate.
With the help from our panel of advocates who are making great video everyday, we will be delivering to you lots of great content to help you get started with online video if you’re a newbie, or offer up tips and tricks for you more experienced video creators.
Our panelist are incredible people from across the online video spectrum. Not only have they all been building fantastic presences using online video, but they’ve helped many brands be successful in an often intimidating medium. This means that our advocates know what questions both users and businesses have and can help get them up, running and successful sooner.
I’ve been mainly working in the “helped many brands be successful in an often intimidating medium” area of this, but I do occasionally make some fun videos. So, for the foreseeable future, I’ll be posting my video blog entries to Filmosity.tv. Enjoy!