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MCAI LA/OC Chapter Meeting: The TECH and BIZ of Live Multi-Cam Streaming

Next Meeting: Wednesday, February 19, 2014

Solve Your Client's Pain and Solve Your Business Pain:

The TECH and BIZ of Live Multi-cam Streaming

As our special guest, producer-director-editor Troy Witt, owner of Take One Productions, likes to point out we're in a creative industry but unfortunately, many creative people are not good at business. Troy's going to share the secrets of his success—both in the business and production side, by demonstrating how Take One sells and then executes a high-end, multi-cam live-streaming event. This is a can't-miss for anyone involved in the industry, most especially video production of events and communications for business. 

What's holding your business back? And what's holding potential clients back from hiring you? Troy Witt has answered those questions for his business and he's agreed to share it all with us! Join us at the Gear Monkey Stages as Troy Witt not only demonstrates how to do a high-end multi-cam webcast but explains his business model; Why it works for clients; How it sells itself; Why and how he bundles his services; How to protect yourself in the one area where most video producers lose the most money…and more.

Troy Witt has grown Take One Productions since 1992 to the point where every week he often has multiple crews streaming events from locations all around the US, and even internationally.

Our February Meeting is being hosted by Gear Monkey Sound Stages. Besides being a great place to rent production gear (everything from cameras to grip) and OC's favorite place to buy expendables, Gear Monkey is an arm of one of OC's premier editing facilities, the Post Factory




Learn More about Troy Witt at SOCAL

Date/Time: Wednesday February 19, 2014
Doors open at 6:00 for Tours and networking over light food and refreshments

Program starts at 7:00 PM

Location: Gear Monkey Sound Stage
630 The City Dr. S., Suite #175
Orange, CA 92868

Directions: Gear Monkey is the first building south of the 22 fwy on the west side of the City Drive. Gear Monkey is located on the west side of the building through the side gate.

Cost:  MCAI Members and students with ID pay $5 at the door; Non-members pay $15 at the door and $10 if paid online in advance. Even if you don't pay in advance online, PLEASE REGISTER ON LINE AT OUR MEETUP SITE SO WE CAN PLAN FOR FOOD!

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  • Rhonda D.

    I'm sorry to miss this due to another committment. Have a great time tomorrow night and we'll catch up with you at another event.

    February 18, 2014

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