009 Video for Business – Debbie Mintz Brodsky
The Business Side of Business topic of videos for business with Debbie Brodsky discusses what to be thinking about and how best to use videos for your own company. Debbie walks us through not only the different ways videos can be used but also the options business owners have when deciding styles. Not all videos have to be a camera pointed at YOUR head says Debbie! Making sure that videos help your business grow through relevance and brand recognition while remaining relatable is a benefit of this particular type of content. Debbie reminds entrepreneurs to ensure they know “Why” they are making a video. We even discuss those that may NOT need video (though that list is shrinking!) During the show, Debbie shared insights on how to make the most of your self produced videos. Did you know that bad audio will make a viewer click off your video faster than bad visuals? Additionally, we discussed some of the pieces involved with working with professional videographers and production schedules. Sharing that her own perfectionist tendencies are her sticky wicket, her advise to release it and drive traffic to the project came from a personal space! After 10 years of being in business for herself creating videos for small business and CEOs, this show is packed full of great insight AND actionable content!
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More about Debbie Mintz Brodsky and DMB Pictures
Debbie Mintz Brodsky is a three-time Emmy Award-winning producer with nearly 25 years of video production and television experience. She founded DMB Pictures in January 2006 to create documentary-style broadcast-quality video stories for families, non-profits and small businesses.
Debbie focused much of her early career producing for public television, working for South Carolina ETV (PBS), WETA (PBS), and MHz NETWORKS. She has also worked with TLC, “Entertainment Tonight,” and “Reading Rainbow.”
Over the past ten years, Debbie has worked with several nonprofits and small business owners, including the NAB, JCC of Greater Washington, Suburban Hospital, Resolve, the Scramble, and BrandMirror. Her many years of interviewing have included such notables as Senator John McCain, Bob Dole and Tiger Woods, as well as many not-so-famous people with fascinating stories to tell.
The core of what Debbie loves to do is enable people to feel comfortable on camera so they can tell their most authentic and engaging story.