Special Interview with Tim Street

In this Marketing Over Coffee:

A Special Interview with Tim Street!

John is off on personal business this week, but do not fear! We have loaded the vault with some exclusive interviews, including this one with online video expert Tim Street (French Maid TV, and Ape Digital).

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Show length 35:28

Brought to you by our sponsor Blue Sky Factory

01:00 Emotion, Spectacle and Story

04:30 French Maid TV and what’s next? And Tim’s eBook – 10 Things You Should Do Before You Upload Your Online Video

06:36 Studios getting involved, Electric Farm’s Gemini Division, and Woke Up Dead

08:28 You Suck at Photoshop

09:20 How would new entertainment be distributed? Perhaps the App Store, perhaps on a new tablet?

11:20 Avoiding the creativity-killing committees

14:04 Common mistakes in hosting

16:36 Using online influencers like iJustine and Felicia Day (The Guild) Do You Want To Date My Avatar?

18:10 Building a library of content that makes you money for years into the future. Branded entertainment vs. Integrated Advertising

24:30 Using vs. Abusing Social Networks and disclosure

27:50 Tips for Online Video – Goals, Emotions, Spectacle and Conflict

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7 thoughts on “Special Interview with Tim Street”

  1. Gents, Enjoyed listening to this show on my morning walk today and was amused by the synchronicity of the mention of iJustine here – and then learning by a tweet today that she is in a Law & Order: SVU episode. Kudos to her. Was not aware of Felicia Day. I'll also check out Tim's eBook.

  2. Gents, Enjoyed listening to this show on my morning walk today and was amused by the synchronicity of the mention of iJustine here – and then learning by a tweet today that she is in a Law & Order: SVU episode. Kudos to her. Was not aware of Felicia Day. I’ll also check out Tim’s eBook.

  3. John thanks for interviewing Tim. His take on Robert McKee's book Story and how he has taken those principles to web video are always entertaining and a great inspiration to those of us who are trying to use web video for our businesses, clients and brands.
    mike

  4. John thanks for interviewing Tim. His take on Robert McKee’s book Story and how he has taken those principles to web video are always entertaining and a great inspiration to those of us who are trying to use web video for our businesses, clients and brands.
    mike

  5. I really enjoyed this interview!

    The idea that online video needs to stay contextual and on topic is crucial. The content must be relevant to the product and the use of social technologies is a real benefit.

    It made me think twice about a current campaign in Australia. I reviewed it and posted a “to-The-Point” video about it. Check it out:

    http://bit.ly/Will_egan_video

    Thanks,

    Will

  6. I really enjoyed this interview!

    The idea that online video needs to stay contextual and on topic is crucial. The content must be relevant to the product and the use of social technologies is a real benefit.

    It made me think twice about a current campaign in Australia. I reviewed it and posted a “to-The-Point” video about it. Check it out:

    http://bit.ly/Will_egan_video

    Thanks,

    Will

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