Whitney Hahn's Posts

How to stop unrelated videos from showing up at the end of your YouTube video

Want to know how to stop unrelated videos from showing up when your YouTube video ends? Here's how!

Advertising during the Olympics – Boom or Bust?

Advertising during the Olympics – Boom or Bust?

Lindsey writes: "I was wondering if you knew anything about television sponsorships and if you thought they were worth the investment." I'm so glad you asked, Lindsey. Like so many advertising opportunities, ROI on television sponsorships depends on a lot of parameters, which are explained here.

Seeking: Process Junkie for Friendship, Maybe More

Seeking: Process Junkie for Friendship, Maybe More

Digital Bard is looking for a lover of checklists and planning to blend and grow with our small group of production geeks. MUST be highly organized, good at time management, and communicate in clear-forward, persuasive yet directive manner in writing and in person. Experience in project management or office management highly desired. Experience in video production or marketing fields a plus.

Registration is Now Open for New Media & Technology Conference

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Digital Bard's Whitney Hahn teaches about the use of video in social media at the Frederick County Chamber of Commerce sixth annual New Media & Technology Conference (Fred NMT). Fred NMT brings expert local presenters together to discuss tools and strategies that help organizations create and foster online communities.

Why are so many people looking at Frederick’s organ?

Why are so many people looking at Frederick’s organ?

What's the attraction? Why are so many people interested in this mini-documentary? Shot in high definition, this video features interviews with three men integral to the longevity of the theater organ as they explain the history and significance of the Mighty Wurlitzer. It includes wonderful archive footage and photos from the early days of the silent movies at the old Tivoli theater. And it tells a great story of innovation, imagination, floods, funds and passion.

Get to know the new YouTube One Channel

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In June, YouTube launched “One Channel,” making significant changes to the way your logo and artwork shows up on your channel, altering how and where you can customize the descriptions and tags that help your video get found, and moving around how you access certain tasks and edit functions. Some of them we like, some of them we don’t, but we need to make the most of all of YouTube's channel updates, and here’s a primer.

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