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Virtual Showcase: Joe Schmit
Dolly Parton has one of the funniest quotes ever when she said; "It costs a lot of money to look this cheap." She was obviously having some fun with her brand while she was laughing all the way to the bank.
I would like to take some liberties with Dolly's quote. "It doesn't cost a lot of money to look professional on a virtual presentation or video produced from your home." In this casual presentation, I will show you how I produce videos that look like one of my photographers from Channel 5 shot it when I did it myself. My setup (not including cell phone) is less than $200.
WARNING: I am not a technical whiz. I keep it really simple but make sure the quality of the audio and video is professional. The videos I produce for clients are another revenue stream and a great way to stay in contact with your best customers. I also offer promotional videos for many of my speeches and the meeting planners love it.
Joe Schmit is an author, award-winning broadcaster, community leader, and popular keynote speaker. As a sports broadcaster, he has covered every major sporting event in the past three decades and has interviewed many of the biggest names in sports. He has won 18 Emmys from the National Television Academy and was also honored with a National Headliner Award in 2001. In 2019, Joe was also inducted into the Minnesota Speakers Hall of Fame and earned his CSP designation from the National Speakers Association.
Before joining KSTP-TV in 1985, he was Sports Director for WBAY-TV in Green Bay, WI. His career also includes positions as weekend sports anchor for KCRG-TV in Cedar Rapids, IA and WKBT-TV in La Crosse, WI. Joe earned his degree in Mass Communications from the University of Wisconsin-La Crosse.
Joe is a long time youth mentor committed to advocating for a number of community organizations. He is a past president and board member of the Big Brothers and Big Sisters of Greater Twin Cities and has raised over $3 million for the organization through the Joe Schmit Celebrity Golf Tournament, which had a 16-year run.