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Monetizing Online Video and Creating A Video Network

  • 05/15/2013
  • 6:30 PM - 9:00 PM
  • RHED Pixel, 180 South Washington Street, Suite 210 • Falls Church, VA 22046


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The web has quickly become a dominant (if not the dominant) place to distribute and monetize video content.  Local visual communications company RHED Pixel has worked with brand name companies and associations for years to help them develop educational, entertainment, and marketing content that finds and connects with target audiences.

Join Rich Harrington as well as members of the RHED Pixel team as they unlock the process of creating a video network and monetizing content.  They call the process Hypersyndication.  It's a way to distribute content across all media platforms quickly and more efficiently. When distributing your content, there are many technology platforms designed to increase access to a broader audience. Hypersyndication decreases distribution costs by utilizing the power of the internet and social media platforms. We'll look at the tools to build a network to significantly extend a products reach.   Once the video is out there, you'll learn different approaches to monetization.  Its not an endless pot of gold, but there are creative ways to make money that empower you to be more creative and make a living producing content you care about.

RHED Pixel is just over a mile from the nearest Metro.  If you need a ride or can offer a ride from the closest subway (East Falls Church) we will publish a sign up form soon.

Presenter: Richard Harrington - CEO of RHED Pixel

Rich Harrington, a certified instructor for Adobe, Apple, and Avid, a practiced expert in motion graphic design and digital video and author of over 40 instructional books, is the CEO of RHED Pixel, which he founded in 1999.  RHED Pixel full service visual communications company offering video production, multimedia, and consulting services to a wide range of clients.  RHED is an acronym for Richard Harrington Electronic Design.  The word pixel is a portmanteau for picture element, the building block of the visual communications industry.

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