I have a secure job, I don't need vlogging to be my source of income. But, getting paid for my creative content would be fantastic! Perhaps someday making video blogging my job (as long as I was doing what I wanted to do, as long as I am having fun, and as long as I don't feel as though i am compromising myself in any aspect) then yes, I would love to do it as a profession. I am not seeking it out, but if opportunities arise, I welcome them with open arms.
On 8/4/05, Jay dedman <[EMAIL PROTECTED]> wrote:
So lets remember these models as we move into the craziness that is developing.
Both are equally valid.
When a new person comes onto the scene, a choice is made.
--are you trying to use videoblogging to challenge traditonal TV
distribution...spending lots of time creating regular
programming...and seeking revenue for your efforts?
--or are you simply wanting to document something that's important to
you...no hassle...making videoblogging as a part of your daily life?
YAHOO! GROUPS LINKS
- Visit your group "videoblogging" on the web.
- To unsubscribe from this group, send an email to:
- Your use of Yahoo! Groups is subject to the Yahoo! Terms of Service.