The Creative Constant in Film and Video

The Creative Constant in Film and Video

Let’s talk about constants. The most famous mathematical constant is the speed of light: the universal speed limit. It may not be rocket science, but the time it takes to solve creative problems can also be considered a constant. In filmmaking, you can’t break this limit—at least not until someone finally invents the warp drive.

Tribe Pictures CEO Vern Oakley on the As Told By Nomads Podcast

Tribe Pictures CEO Vern Oakley on the As Told By Nomads Podcast

Tribe CEO/Creative Director Vern Oakley was on the As Told By Nomads Podcast recently. To listen go here: http://www.uydmedia.com/how-to-bring-out-your-best-on-camera-with-vern-oakley/

Choice quote:

“With over $160 billion spent in the U.S. alone on employee training and education, companies clearly need to make changes regarding how their connecting with their employees to make these investments worthwhile,” says ‘business artist’ Vern Oakley, the CEO of corporate video producers Tribe Pictures.

What Your Internal Video Team Really Thinks

What Your Internal Video Team Really Thinks

One big change over the last ten years is large corporations have much more sophisticated internal video capabilities, straddling various departments: marketing, communications, PR or social media. Since video is in-demand in all kinds of communications, most corporations have broad internal capabilities to address the various video projects that arise.

Article Announcement: Why Video is No Longer Optional for Corporate Social Responsibility

Article Announcement: Why Video is No Longer Optional for Corporate Social Responsibility

The following is an excerpt of a review of Tribe CEO Vern Oakley's recent speaking engagement at the Corporate Responsibility's COMMIT!Forum. You can read the entire article here.
“Almost every aspect of corporations have a way that videos are used, and I believe that CSR – as the conscience of the organization – needs to be woven into all of these things,” he said.

Vern Oakley on the How To Be Awesome at Your Job Podcast

Vern Oakley on the How To Be Awesome at Your Job Podcast

Tribe CEO, Vern Oakley, recently appreared on the How to Be Awesome at Your Job podcast with Pete Mockaitis, sharing his wisdom for connecting more sincerely whether you’re speaking on video or live.

You’ll Learn:

How breathing helps you release fear
The optimal mindset for delivering a presentation
The essential question to answer when designing your communication

To stream or download the podcast, go to the How to Be Awesome at Your Job website.

Virtual Reality and 360° Video: What’s the Difference?

Virtual Reality and 360° Video: What’s the Difference?

VR & 360 video: What the heck’s the difference?

There’s a tendency to conflate VR and 360, and I hope to clear up some of the differences between the two. To make matters more confusing, 360-degree video is sometimes referred to as “VR 360.” The two are very much related but have many differences in their usage and in their production.

How to Direct Great Onboarding Videos

How to Direct Great Onboarding Videos

The following is an excerpt from a piece that ran in Talent Development Magazine. To read the rest, download the PDF.

Video is ubiquitous these days, but many organizations don’t realize what a powerful tool it can be for getting employees behind your company message when they first join the team.

How Leaders Can Use Video to Connect with Any Generation

How Leaders Can Use Video to Connect with Any Generation

Ryan Jenkins, internationally recognized speaker and consultant who helps organizations better lead, engage, and market to Millennials and Generation Z, recently interviewed Tribe CEO Vern Oakley on the Next Generation Catalyst Podcast. The topic was how leaders can use video to connect with Millennials and Generation Z, and all generations for that matter.

Webinar Replay: Rethink Recruiting: New Video Technology & Tactics for Attracting Top Talent

Webinar Replay: Rethink Recruiting: New Video Technology & Tactics for Attracting Top Talent

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The competitive nature of talent acquisition means that what worked for you yesterday, might not work today. In the case of talent acquisition, the medium is indeed the message. Your employer brand says a lot about who you are as a company, and when new recruits turn into employees, they become brand ambassadors.