ALA students can earn a maximum of five credits through webinars, though students are welcome to view as many as they choose.
This webinar originally aired on March 21st, 2019Any internet user can see the change that's happening: people are paying less attention to TV or radio broadcasts and beginning to disregard printed media altogether. What's causing this change? How does your organization's strategy need to change to reach your audience? Could you benefit from Atlas Network's video media training?
To find out, join us for this special event webinar with Dugan Bridges and Vale Sloane. Broadcasted live on March 21 at 11 AM EST from Atlas Network's Lights, Camera, Liberty training in sunny Los Angeles, this podcast-themed webinar will help you understand how media is changing and what you need to know.
Dugan and Vale will also discuss the Lights, Camera, Liberty training and how attending next year could improve your organization's media outreach.
About the Presenters
Dugan Bridges is an award-winning filmmaker whose work has been distributed by Amazon & TimeWarner while featured in the NY Times, USA Today, and MSNBC. After studying film production at the University of Georgia, Dugan moved to NYC where he cut his teeth on projects for Samsung, Ford, and AT&T as the Director of Production for a marketing firm. Switching gears back into film, his feature The Little Tin Man screened at over 20 film festivals and was distributed worldwide by Amazon. In LA, Dugan freelanced with Dreamworks, Lionsgate, and Oscar-winning director Robert Zemeckis (Forrest Gump, Back To The Future) on the lot at Universal Studios. As a writer his screenplays have garnered the attention of Mary Parent (The Revenant), Roy Lee (The Departed), and Bill Block (Elysium).
Vale Sloane started at Atlas Network in 2016 as the Institute Relations and Programs Manager. He participated in the Charles Koch Institute's Koch Associate Program in 2016-2017. Hailing from Sydney, Australia, Vale attended the University of Sydney where he received his bachelor's of international and global studies (2013) and bachelors of laws (2015). He worked in Australian politics throughout college and after graduation, including on local and national election campaigns between 2009-2015. Vale has also worked in the private sector as Business Development Manager at an eLearning company prior to joining Atlas Network. He lives in Arlington, Va., and enjoys reading, traveling, and watching Netflix.