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Jarvis on pro-shoots vs. amateur video

Jeff Jarvis has put together a video documenting his experiences with professional crews who shot interviews with him. His point? How many people it takes to do a network shoot vs. how he produces video by himself.

Writes Jeff: “The difference between big TV and small. A demonstration of what I blogged about earlier here. This one involves shoots for big TV — ABC 20/20 and PBS Frontline — and smaller TV — CNBC.com — and the smallest TV, my own.”

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