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  • Padcaster Challenge: Give Me A Sign And Win A Prize!

    One of our favorite tips and tricks for school video production and live streaming is to print out and laminate signs with tips and reminders for your students to use while filming or streaming. These signs will have you ready to roll and prepared for your first livestream or recording session. P... View Post
  • The Best Sites for Royalty-Free Music

    When creating your own video content, it can be tempting to use your favorite songs to fill the silence. Although in some cases this is allowed, the ever-changing rules around licensing make it confusing to know what is right and what is wrong in relation to music licensing. With this in mind, we... View Post
  • Livestreaming Tips for School Theatre and Drama Clubs

    Teaching drama online became easier and more widespread during social distancing. Drama clubs resorted to theatre online out of necessity, but now we're seeing more benefits, including reaching a wider audience and being able to connect with students at home. With the ease of access to livestream... View Post
  • Writing for the Ear vs Writing for the Eye: Tips for Teleprompter Scripts

    If you are new to writing scripts for a teleprompter, we have tips for you in this post. Writing for the eye differs from writing for the ear, and it is even more complicated if you are writing a teleprompter script for yourself versus for someone else.  If you are writing a teleprompter script f... View Post
  • Best Vlogging Camera Kit for Beginners and Pros

    Even in a world saturated with million-dollar vloggers on YouTube, there's always room for new, fresh, innovative video content. Curious as to how popular vlogging is? YouTube reports that creators upload over 500 hours of content every minute. While not every video on the platform is technically... View Post