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Video Blogging with PBS Western Reserve
The digital movement has required many to embrace quality digital content development. Digital content is the story many are looking to tell and the voice that needs to be shared and heard.

PBS Western Reserve is proud to present this FREE webinar
Video Blogging with PBS Western Reserve.

Takeaways from this webinar include:

*Discover strategic ways to drive engagement to your digital content and platforms with vlogging
*Learn the different platforms and effectiveness of vlogging in digital storytelling.
*Learn how vlogging helps connect individuals and their communities.
*Discover tools and resources needed to begin a vlog

Who Should Attend
This webinar is designed for individuals or organizations interested in learning the benefits, strategies, and resources before starting a vlog. Participants will also learn how vlogging can build a more loyal and dedicated community and enhance their digital storytelling. Individuals would include Community members interested in creating content, non-profit organization employees, to community influencers looking to provide a story for their communities.

For the latest information about the Digital Storytelling Webinar Series including past webinars go to:
https://www.pbswesternreserve.org/digital-storytelling/

May 19, 2021 12:00 PM in Eastern Time (US and Canada)

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Speakers

Fred Barrett
Emerging Media Manager @PBS Western Reserve
Fred Barrett, M.A., is the Emerging Media Manager for PBS Western Reserve. He is the owner of New Realm Media, a video production and marketing company. Barrett is also the producer of SociallyGoodTV.com, a community news outlet in Northeast Ohio. He has provided video coverage to international and national news outlets. He has over 25 years experience in: radio, newspaper, video, print, graphic and multimedia design, collegiate instruction, and event management. He received a national advertising award in 2002 from the American Advertising Foundation. He has received several awards from community organizations for his digital platform support. Recently, he received the 2017 BMe Genius award funded by the Knight Foundation, for his work with SociallyGoodTV.com. He has a Bachelor’s of Arts degree in Journalism from the University of Memphis and Masters of Arts degree from Kent State University in Media Management. Barrett is also a veteran of the United States Navy.