Video production companies are notoriously secretive about their budgets and production schedules, and the average producer’s only opportunity to find out is to contact them.
However, some of the biggest video production firms have recently begun releasing their budgets, including a new video production production company that is hiring video production graduates to create video content for clients, including Facebook.
“As the video production industry continues to grow and mature, the industry needs to have a more transparent process and allow people to find the information they need,” said Nick Koepp, VP of Content Strategy at YouTube, in a statement.
“This is a good first step, but it’s only a first step.”
This year, a new company, Digital Media, will also be joining the ranks of these video production startups, and is hiring grads to produce video content.
The company is using a proprietary platform to make sure its video content is optimized for each video platform and platform.
The team will also use data from the platforms’ search engines to help the company decide which platforms to prioritize.
The Digital Media team will be looking to hire a full-time video producer to work on all of their videos and other projects, and they have plans to launch a YouTube Red channel with content created for the new platform.
“We are building the platform to enable our video content creators to create and distribute their content in a way that is optimized and optimized for the platforms and platforms only,” said Digital Media CEO Daniel Poyser in a video statement.
YouTube’s own platform, YouTube Red, was recently launched to help YouTube creators make video content that appeals to a broader audience.
However the team has yet to make a formal announcement about whether this new platform will be a part of YouTube Red.