Using eyes and ears: editing extension videos
In our digitally-obsessed society, the predominance of short information videos is rapidly increasing, and just like any other information product, their content is improved by having an editor as part of the production process.
Tonia Grundy has created and edited information products for the Queensland Department of Agriculture and Fisheries for nearly 20 years. From editing final reports, newsletter articles and other research project content to desk topping publications, polishing PowerPoints and generating website content, she has worked with horticulture, livestock and broad-acre agriculture. For the last three and a half years, she has been heavily involved in editing and producing short information videos for the cotton and grains industries.
Tonia will discuss the pros and cons of video as an information platform and some of the steps involved in editing and production of extension videos. She will provide a glimpse backstage into the trials, tribulations, and surprising satisfaction of working with multimedia material.
When? Wednesday 1 March 2017, 6 -8 pm
Where?The Gabba Ward Office, 2/63 Annerley Road (Cnr Annerley Rd & Crown St, Woolloongabba). Entry is via the rear door in the parking area (accessible via Crown Street). Ample parking is available in the carpark and on the street.
Cost?$10 for members and $15 for non-members. Members of Queensland Writers Centre (QWC) at member rates - bring your membership receipt to the event.
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