Alice Osborn 
Write From the Inside Out 


Thursday March 31, 2011 from 11:30 AM to 1:30 PM EDT

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EpicRealm Video Studio 
901-D Kildaire Farm Rd.
Cary, NC 27511

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Video Blogging Bootcamp with Alice and Alex 

Video Blogging Boot Camp with Alex Ferguson and Alice Osborn
Location: EpicRealm Studio, 901-D Kildaire Farm Rd, Cary, NC 27511
Thurs. March 31st from 11:30-1:30pm
Cost: $37


Everyone knows blogs help you cultivate a following on the web, but did you know that video blogging can help you establish even more trust and impact with your followers—plus, it’s just darn fun! Join web video specialist Alex Ferguson and writer Alice Osborn as they discuss creating strong vLogging (video blogging) content and a strong first script, so you can grow your business. This will be a hands-on workshop which will most benefit those who have some video and blogging experience.

- learn what vLogging is all about

- sharing in-depth examples of best practices and successful vLoggers

- technical details of conversion/uploading

- will touch on YouTube and website SEO


Alex Ferguson bio:

Born Canadian and bred Texan, Alex has been in the video production industry for more than 7 years. He's worked on countless local business video productions, won a Telly Award for a nonprofit video, and completed a full length documentary of a mission-trip to Tanzania. During this time the need for quality web video content at an affordable price has grown exponentially and he's made sure his company EpicRealm Productions delivers. He lives in the Triangle with his wife, Alisane.

Alice Osborn bio:


Alice Osborn, M.A. is the author of two books of poetry, Unfinished Projects (Main Street Rag, 2010) and Right Lane Ends (Catawba, 2006); she is a manuscript editor, freelance writer, storyteller, and of course, blogger. A former Raleigh Charter High School English teacher, Alice has served as a Writer-in-Residence in the Artists in the Schools program since 2009 and has taught creativity, memoir and business workshops to Triangle residents over the last four years. Her work appears in Raleigh’s News and Observer, The Pedestal Magazine, and in numerous journals and anthologies. She lives in Raleigh, North Carolina, with her husband and two children. Website: