LIVE VIDEO RESOURCES

Video and Live Video Communication Tips by Mitch Jackson
https://youtu.be/_TZ8pgAizFI

7 Tips For Telling Stories On Zoom by Chris Lema
https://chrislema.com/7-tips-for-telling-stories-on-zoom/

How To Use Zoom Video Conferencing When Working From Home by Steve Dotto
https://dottotech.com/zoom-video-conferencing/

Live Video Tips for Professionals and Business Owners by Jennifer Quinn and Mitch Jackson
https://youtu.be/Y5YFodyvvQI

Zoom Shortcuts by Stephanie Liu
https://www.lightscameralive.com/blog/zoom-shortcuts

Six Quick Tips to Help You Make Better Videos with Your Phone by Mitch Jackson
https://www.facebook.com/jon.mitchell.jackson/videos/10157165588877138/

I’m leaving the links above so you can copy and share with friends. Also feel free to search Streaming.Lawyer for “video” and “live video” to get more tips. Subscribe to my YouTube channel and take a look at my mastermind 😉

LIVE VIDEO TIPS!

Here’s the deal– most of us never have a second chance to make a good first impression. This is especially true when it comes to live video.

These tips will help you start, communicate effectively, and finish your live videos the right way. Please share with friends who are working from home and trying to figure things out. Thank you!  Mitch

A big thank you to Jennifer Quinn!

More live video tips on YouTube, here at Streaming.Lawyer (use the search bar and subscribe for updates), and my Facebook Page MitchJackson.live

What’s Your Why?

What motivates you each day? This was one of my FAVORITE conversations in a long, long time. Watch the recorded show above or here on YouTube.

I’ll be doing more live video community get togethers like this each week. Look for them, right here, at my public facebook page MitchJackson.live and make sure to click the “follow” button to be notified about upcoming Zoom video shows.

Thank you to everyone who participated!

Mitch

CORONAVIRUS, CONFERENCES, AND LIABILITY- Tips for Speakers, Event Holders, and Attendees

If you’re an individual or company that owns, manages, or controls a conference or event, you owe everyone involved, a legal duty of due care not to subject attendees, speakers, and those working at the event, to an unreasonable risk of harm. What this means is that you have an obligation to provide a safe conference environment and, to warn people of known or reasonably discoverable dangerous conditions.

I did a quick search in CaseText (AI based legal research service) and instantly found thousands of cases where conferences and events have been held liable for subjecting people to an unreasonable risks of harm. Full transparency, I’m a brand ambassador for CaseText because it’s awesome!

Just like the cases I found where conferences were held liable for exposing their attendees to dangerous conditions, I think the same argument applies to those conferences that create an environment that exposes people to unhealthy situations, including harm or death from the Coronavirus (COVID-19).

And I’m not alone. For both legal, ethical and health safety reasons, thousands of small and large conferences around the world have been delayed or canceled because of the Coronavirus.

Arnold Schwarzenegger’s rescheduling of his Sports and Fitness Festival is a good example of what’s happening right now. Watch the video.

On Friday, the City of Austin cancelled the March SXSW event. Here’s a list from Thursday’s USA Today, sharing other canceled or rescheduled events.

Continue reading “CORONAVIRUS, CONFERENCES, AND LIABILITY- Tips for Speakers, Event Holders, and Attendees”

New Video Book Review on “The Ultimate Guide to Social Media”

I’m very humbled by this new video recommendation of my book, “The Ultimate Guide to Social Media” from attorney Neal Goldstein. You can watch Neal’s new video on Youtube (make sure to subscribe to his channel) and connect with Neal here.

Other pics, vids and reviews here on the blog and on Amazon 😉