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How To Build A Mini TV
Studio For Dirt Cheap
General Manager - CTN 45 TV (WVUP) Tallahassee
Writer - Random Cartoonist - Former Reality TV Person
Time Is Short - We HAVE to Get The Truth Out
How many times have you heard yourself think that you need
to get a sermon, teaching, or a course out there online?
Have you thought about Broadcast too?
What Are Your Pitfalls and Barricades?
I’m Going To Help With #1 and #2
FREE report with clickable links
in a few moments.
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Let’s Assume You Have A Vision Already
Do you want to create your own TV show? You can do this. It’s not as
expensive as that engineer tells you. It costs almost zero to reach the
end of the earth. Why not get these low cost items to make it
happen right away?
Your Largest Expense Is Already Paid
You likely already have the camera (which used to
be the largest expense). Grab your smart-phone
and the following goodies, and you are ready to
Disclaimer - Sort of
The following items are suggestions based on their price and ease of use. There are other
brands which will do a slightly better job, but you would likely pay for that difference. The
gadgets below can be substituted if you have a brand that you prefer. The largest difference
will be when you use these items all together and get used to the operation of the equipment.
Then, you can focus on your craft. Many people never get out of the starting gates because
the fear of the price tag. I have provided you with this helpful shopping list so that you can
relax and do the work. Write, Shoot, Edit, Publish.
Just about any current smart phone.
A Higher quality front-facing camera is preferred
(necessary, if you are a one-person-band).
Android - Apple - Windows Mobile
Backdrop Many options
I don’t recommend starting out
simple solution is to get a
backdrop and decorate to give
needs to be diffused to diminish harsh
This kit - low energy and cool
No more harsh work-lights
Plug this Intech IT Lavalier Mic directly
into your smartphone
better audio for your voice - $25
If $79 to spend on this item, I recommend the Rode
Smart Lav+. Perhaps, start with the lower end item,
then add a Smart Lav+ with a Rode SC6 Breakout Box
so you can do two-person interviews.
for your TV studio, how about a
steady camera, so you can focus on
Note: Selfie sticks are great for
walk and talks.
The Grind of Editing Reduced
One of the easiest ways - use a web based editor like WeVideo.
It has tools that can make your project look super professional-ish.
Posts directly to Vimeo.
Note: worth mentioning - (Animoto). However, Wevideo lets you fine tune just like the big studios
do. It is simple to fit the exact time constraints of broadcast TV.
Thanks for reading my recommendations for getting online and on the air
for the least amount of money. I hope you will share this with others who
are interested in self-production mastery. Make sure you share with us
your “pilot.” You never know. You might find your show on TV sooner than
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Yahweh will bless you
and keep you;
Yahweh will make shine his face on you
and be gracious to you;
Yahweh will lift up his face upon you,
and he will give you peace.’