No two projects are alike, but there are common styles of videos that University Communications produces:
Event coverage means attending a select campus event such as an art gallery opening, a lecture, or reception as it happens. This type of video can also include interviews that provide a context for the event.
With action shots and interviews, the complete story can be crafted to recap an event. This may be used with or without a story and can also be archived for future viewing.
An interview allows an individual to tell his or her story first-hand. It can provide a testimonial, explain a concept, or introduce someone. Often, these types of pieces will accompany a story about an event relating to the person being interviewed.
Livestreaming allows viewers to watch an event remotely from a computer or mobile device. This method is best suited for an event that has many attendees who would not be able to attend in person. Livestreaming allows an automatic archive to be created for the event that can be viewed at any time with no editing necessary.
Livestreaming requires an ethernet port-equipped room and set-up time. A link is created that can be distributed to help publicize the event.
Livestreaming should only be used for large events with a ready, online audience.
View examples of our work.
Video Production:JoLynne Bremmer215firstname.lastname@example.org
Arcadia on YouTube