Tuesday, May 26, 2015
10:00 AM – 12:00 PM
Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh – Main (Oakland)
Video has exploded in popularity and is very effective at delivering nonprofit stories. YouTube is the leading online network for video distribution. In this class, we will look at how nonprofits can get started on YouTube and learn the basics of how to create videos effectively.
Attendees will learn:
Skills to create good videos
Step by Step instructions to get started on YouTube
How to organize and distribute content on YouTube
How to create good video content for social media
This training is designed for beginners. The course is designed to get familiar with YouTube today and start planning your own campaign with the tools available to you.
Participants are urged to bring their own laptops or tablets.
The speaker will be Michael Sorg. Michael Sorg is a long time Videographer and Editor in the Pittsburgh area. Currently, he owns and operates Sorgatron Media, Inc., and is a co-organizer of Podcamp Pittsburgh. Michael is also director of web media for S’eclairer, pc, and has extensive experience in social media in support of his own Podcasting ventures since 2006.