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I first present the video concept, then the script is approved. Drafts of the video receive notes as it is being edited and then the final version is approved and published according to a schedule that we prepare weeks in advance.I have never stuck to a schedule or style for my personal videos, but I'm used to the process at Rocketboom now and it helps to produce higher quality videos.Here she tells Creator's Corner about the transition from bedroom vlogger to pro anchor, and how she's come to get used to all that planning. The first time I spoke to Andrew Baron was in June 2009 when I received an email asking if I had any interest in being Rocketboom's anchor.I had started watching the show when Caitlin (thehill88) hosted it earlier in the year and was definitely interested.Beyond You Tube and Twitter, I love Dailybooth, Lookbook, and even gaming sites like Kongregate.I've been told that the video that got people's attention was one I made in 2008 called "The Internet." What kinds of adjustments have you had to make, going from your own vlogging style to a more "formal" anchor role? I went from the endless summer in Los Angeles to the endless winter in Minnesota.
Which meme that you've covered still blows your mind as unbelievably weird or fun?The best advice I could give is to develop your personality and to network.'Networking' is really just a clinical term for 'making friends'.We knew Molly, aka mememolly, way back when, when she was a student in Canada and helped us launch our site there in 2007.Now she's moved to the Big Apple and has a regular gig with Rocketboom as an on-air personality.
In the last year of high school, I took my first real art class and the following year, I ended up attending the Emily Carr University of Art and Design on a scholarship.