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The Video School Online Podcast
Phil Ebiner Teaches You to Make Better Videos, Today!
Category: TV & Film
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October 15, 2013 05:52 PM PDT

In this session of the Video School Online podcast, I chat with my good friend David Zaleski. David attended Loyola Marymount University's School of Film and Television Production. David is now working for a media company in Los Angeles, creating professional videos for online distribution.

David has always had a knack for comedy. Combining this with his animation talent, he's created many multimedia projects that really pack a punch. HedgehogSoup.com is David's website where he posts daily comics. It's the web's punniest comic!

Thank you very much for sharing all of you insight with the VSO tribe David!

For more, visit www.VideoSchoolOnline.com

August 30, 2013 01:39 PM PDT

In this session of the Video School Online podcast, Phil talks about his recent transition from Los Angeles to San Francisco. Phil talks about what went into planning for the move, how the move went, and where he is now.

Also in this podcast are stories from a recent trip to the Philippines, why Phil quit his job, and how to stay afloat in the video world.

Phil gives tips on finding a job in a new city, and how he landed work in San Francisco.

Visit www.VideoSchoolOnline.com for more great tips, tricks, and tutorials.

Please subscribe on iTunes and give this podcast an honest review! THANKS!


May 22, 2013 10:13 AM PDT

In this episode of the Video School Online podcast, Phil Ebiner talks to Will Carnahan about freelance filmmaking, going to film school at Loyola Marymount University, and getting to work for Disney.

The Video School Online podcast is a monthly podcast that covers all sorts of topics around video making. We give you tips and inspiration to make better videos.

Check out www.VideoSchoolOnline.com for more great tips, tricks, video tutorials, online courses, and more!

April 17, 2013 10:24 AM PDT

In this session of The Video School Online Podcast, we discuss the business of wedding videography. I talk about how I went from charging $250 per wedding to over $2500 in less than a year. Other topics include:

Starting your own wedding videography business
Putting together packages and pricing
Getting your first wedding job
and more!
Items mentioned in this podcast include:

The Complete Guide to Wedding Videography: Video school Online’s course on becoming a wedding videography.

Thank you all for checking out this session of the VSO podcast! I would love if you took a second to leave a quick rating and review of the podcast on iTunes! It would be extremely helpful for the show!

Have a great day!

March 15, 2013 07:52 PM PDT

In this session of The Video School Online Podcast, speaks with fellow filmmaker Vince Patin on a variety of topics including:

Film school at Loyola Marymount University
Studying abroad in Europe
Making a documentary in Germany
Freelancing tips
Wedding Videography
and more!
Items mentioned in this podcast include:

Vince's Vimeo Profile - Check out some of Vince's work on his profile.

Follow Vince on Twitter

Udemy Courses - This is my personal Udemy page that shows all of my online course.

March 15, 2013 07:45 PM PDT

In this session of The Video School Online Podcast, Phil introduces why he's doing this podcast and the goals of it. I (Phil) talk about how I got into video creation from a child playing with his parent's video camera to attending film school at Loyola Marymount University.

Special Mentions Include:


Udemy Courses

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