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Virtual Content Breakfast: Video Content Part One

About this event

The CMA regularly hosts breakfast sessions to explore different areas of content marketing so that our community can learn from experts in the industry to improve their content plans and knowledge. After seeing success with our April Women in Content series, that was run as our first ever virtual event, we are pleased to bring our next virtual breakfast session, on video content. 

In this session, we’re covering everything you’ll want to know about using video as a successful content marketing tool.

We will be joined by six video experts who’ll be giving you tips to take away and apply to your own content strategy. 

So, if you’re starting video content for the first time, whether the lockdown has turned you into a daily vlogger, or you’re an agency that wants to learn more about this area, there’s something for everyone to take away to improve your own content strategies.

We’ll be discussing a whole range of subjects around video content, including:

  • How to be creative on a small budget
  • Production in lockdown
  • How daily vlogging can help generate new business
  • How to present well on camera
  • How to connect the dots between brands and culture through authentic and credible storytelling

Our Virtual Content Breakfast will be split into two sessions with a break in between, each talk will last for 20 minutes, followed by a Q&A where you can put your own questions to our speakers. 

Part One Speakers

If you can’t watch the event live, you’ll be able to register and watch the replay back on demand at a time more convenient to you. Or you can contact someone on the CMA team and we will be sure to send you a replay link after the event.

PART ONE: 09:30 - 11:00

PART TWO: 11:15 - 12:15


Hosted by

  • Guest speaker
    Adam Turner Producer @ Meantime Media

  • Guest speaker
    Joseph Murray Producer @ Meantime Media

  • Team member
    Rob John Managing Director @ The CMA

    I work with the content marketing industry, both in the UK and overseas. Working closely with publishers, agencies, and in-house content creators, the team and I are able to continuously help educate those in the industry, whilst engaging and growing the wider content community.

  • Guest speaker
    Sara Nourizadeh Executive Producer @ Bloomberg Media Studio

    Sara is an Exec Producer for the EMEA team at Bloomberg Media Studios. Sara works on international content partnerships running across Bloomberg’s multimedia portfolio, including Bloomberg TV and Sara’s role includes devising brand building solutions that impact government policy and influence foreign direct investment.

  • Guest speaker
    Thomas Freeman Editor and Producer @ GOAT Agency

    Thomas is lead video producer making high quality daily Vlogs at disruptive marketing agency, Goat. It’s been well over 300 days and they’ve still not missed one. This has proven a massive business generator by simply letting the world behind the curtain of a much misunderstood area; influencers.

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