Howard Stern Does This Every Day, Should You Do It As Well?

Radio Station Stage #3 at Vegas Video Co-Op. Las Vegas Video Production.

It can be a challenge, when in a broadcast interview setting, to get a guest to open up. They are often nervous with all the lights and cameras pointing at them.  This is an issue that we’ve seen time and time again.  And, it’s a problem we solve.

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Studio Move Continues. . .

We’re about nine days into the move to our new studio.  Lot’s of activity, lots of knocking down walls, building ceilings, adding flooring and paint Paint PAINTING.

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Here’s a peek at how the new studio will lay out. About 3,000 square feet (roughly 3x the size of VVN 1.0), three distinct stages, two bathrooms, and of course, a “Groovy Lounge”. I hope those of you reading this will stop by once I get things set up. They’ll be a party, I’m certain.

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Is 1.5 Hours Enough Time?

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I’ve had a few folks ask about whether the monthly membership time allotted for a VEGAS VIDEO CO-OP Member (1.5 hours) is enough time.

Here’s an example of what can be accomplished:

Just wrapped a CO-OP session. We shot videos for a company’s newly-launched website. During their time in the studio we. . .

  • reviewed their scripts,
  • made several script edits,
  • rehearsed a bit,
  • then shot and delivered NINE (9) videos.

All in less than 1.5 hours.

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