|March 11, 2014|
|11:30 am||to||1:00 pm|
When it comes to delivering messages with lasting impact, many communicators have turned to video as a more modern and streamlined way to effectively reach their audiences. As more companies are adopting video as a main communications method, it’s important to keep aware of this evolving trend.
Our Second Tuesday Luncheon for the month of March is pleased to present Ed Royce, owner of ROYCE Multimedia, Inc. to share his tips on what you need to know to maximize your communications reach with video. Ed has been a professional multimedia producer for more than 20 years, with an impressive client roster that includes KTLA Channel 5, Disney, St. Joseph Health and the City of Newport Beach.
3300 Bristol St.
Costa Mesa, California 92626-1806
IABC Members: $35.00
NAWBO Members: $35.00
Non-member Registration: $45.00
Student (with proof of full-time student status): $25.00
Who Should Attend
If you are a communications or marketing professional wanting to maximize the use of video, this luncheon is for you. Attendees are encouraged to come prepared with their questions for Ed, as he will be answering them throughout the presentation.
Why You Should Attend
Join us at this luncheon to learn more about:
- Criteria for an effective video production
- The integration of video into several parts of your campaign
- Best practices of producing your videos
- Understanding your timeline and budget
- Case study examples of previous success stories
About the Speaker
In 1985, Ed began his career in television production with Group W Cable (Westinghouse Broadcasting) before moving on to Santa Ana College as an associate instructor for video production in the Television and Communications Department. By 1992, he founded Irvine-based ROYCE Multimedia, Inc., and grew it into one of Orange County’s leading video and film production companies. His client roster includes representatives from technology, tourism, health care, municipalities, sports venues, and entertainment. Ed is a recipient of numerous regional and national awards, including the prestigious Gold and Silver Angels from the International Television Association (ITVA, Los Angeles and Orange Counties) and the coveted Gold Award of the Healthcare Public Relations Marketing Association.
We accept reservations online with credit card payment only.
If you pay online by credit card, we will refund 100% of your registration fees if notice of cancellation is received by the Friday before the event. Due to catering guarantees, no-shows will be billed.
Walk-ins and payment by check
Walk-ins and payments by check are welcome, but must pay an additional $15 at the door. If you are paying by check, please make it payable to IABC-OC.