Rouvan – Video Podcast #1

Posted on May 17, 2007. Filed under: ventures, video, VideoCast |

please comment – Im really fighting to make the format right – and I will do 400 casts until Christas – so Dear Values readers – tell me what you want.

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20 Responses to “Rouvan – Video Podcast #1”

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Some substance would help a lot so ask critical questions – CV’s are booooring. Looking good though 😉

getting an interview with mr friis, mr janus friis, would be a genuine scoop 🙂

looks nice. maybe could be cool to ask what’s the most weird/unexpected/hallucinatory/freaky moment people had during their projects – usually interesting behind the scenes stories are coming, with juicy stuff.

OK. I GET IT – its to boring. Will work on it.

Some times it’s difficult to hear the names etc., it would be nice to have a keyword list of names and companies…

get an interview with tim draper 🙂

I want you to look at the person you’re talking to, everything else seems very unnatural.

Could be a little longer, perhaps 5-7 mins?

Good, that was very natural keep it that way 🙂

One tip, take care of where the sun is shining, looks like around midday, the sun is high and its casting big shadows on the eyes so viewers can’t see you properly, the shadow is making your eyes look blanked out.

Congratulations on your first broadcast dude.

peace, Ian Hayward

I disagree with the comment from Jonas he said, “I want you to look at the person you’re talking to, everything else seems very unnatural.”

No I like to face to camera thing, its more engaging that way, everyone does the face eachother thing, doing it the way you are doing puts the other person in the camera without being able to use you as an anchor to talk to, so they have to look at the camera and “present to me” thats cruel! I love it 🙂

“I want you to look at the person you’re talking to, everything else seems very unnatural.”

Full ack!!

But i like this video. the moment, if morten try to hide his smile, is very funny 😀 the video at all is cool but next time look at the person, you are talking to 🙂

thank god you aren’t chewing gum.

i like the 2 minute format. the shortness. i would stick to that.

Hi Morten,
It’s a great idea for you to do vlogging. You have the looks and the relaxed vibe that makes for good video interviews.

I agree with Ian (both people looking at the camera) and Remo (that it could be a couple of minutes longer). But maybe put the other guy (or gal) at the front after you introduce them.

Keep ’em coming!

Well, I have to agree with Jonas on this one. I would really like you to quit your face-forward thing, and look more engaged in the person you’re interviewing. Looking at him, when asking a question, etc.

Hey , congratulation to your first Vlog! Tip: if you want to be the focus of the conversation – continue to look into the camera – if no let the focue be on your “victim” 😉 But having said that, looks funny with you looking into the camera trying to be serious (or not) chewing gum – the problem is that makes me loose concentration on what you are talking about..

Cool! You mean VC folk have a sense of humor? I wasn’t sure before this. Nice clip- though maybe you look at your guest a bit more? Kind of weird you asking him questions and looking at us. But fun to watch- nice studio too!

Halo!
Check this out!
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Hİ !
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moment people had during their projects usually interesting oyUn behind the scenes stories are coming, with juicy stuff.


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