QRCA Chicago Chapter November Workshop: Video Day
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When: Friday, November 1, 2019
9:30 am – 2:45 pm (Central Time)
Where: Fieldwork Chicago
111 East Wacker Drive
Suite 200
Chicago, Illinois  60601
United States
Contact: Fiona Ray

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QRCA Chicago Chapter November Workshop: Video Day

Making Great Video Easier: Approaches, Solutions and Tools


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Early Bird Rates (until Oct 28th)

Members: $35
Non-Members: $45

Standard Rates

Members: $45
Non-Members: $75
Students: $20
First Time Non-Member Attendees: $35

Event Details

Event Description

Is video ‘not your thing’? When a client asks for video to be included, do you worry about how you will handle including video shooting, editing and deliverables without spending too much time or money? Or would you like to up your game when it comes to delivering great video deliverables that bring insights to life?

Then don’t miss the QRCA Chicago Video Day Workshop!

We have a fantastic line up arranged of both in-person and virtual presentations, covering a range of video approaches and solution, capped off with advice and discussion with QRCA’s own video expert: Anya Zadrozny, founder of AnyaZMedia.


9:30 am – 10:00 am

Networking and Welcome

10:00 am – 10:45 am

Video Editing with Bob Granito of Interactive Video Productions (in person)

Bob will walk through his experiences over the past twenty years providing video editing services to his clients. He will share examples and cover how to think about the process from your research objectives to planning your video usage intentions and collection options to planning an outline/script; and walking us through the editing process.

10:45 am – 11:30 am

Getting Efficient with Video Technology: Curator (virtual demo)

Mark Schrantz, a 20 year veteran in the video production and research industry and founder of Curator, a patent pending Video Research Solution, will demonstrate how the tool can make video easy with an all-in one solution from point-and-shoot to pasting your clips into your presentation.

11:30 am – 12:00 pm

Mining video for insights: Big Sofa (virtual demo)

Cynthia Harris of Big Sofa, a proprietary technology tool, will discuss how their self-service platform can help mine all forms of video quickly to answer research objectives and see what matters.

12:00 pm – 12:30 pm

Bringing insights to life effortlessly: Reduct (virtual demo)

Prabhas Pokharel, Co-founder of Reduct, AI-powered video platform, will show their tool enables you search through hours and hours of video to find insightful moments, and create highlight reels in minutes rather than days.

1:15 pm – 2:45 pm

‘So what now?’ with Anya Zadrozny (virtual presentation and discussion)

Anya, founder of AnyaZMedia and resident QRCA video expert, will build on the inspiration and new information we have learned throughout the day. She will walk us through some options of how to apply this new information and other options out there to make the best video choices for your projects.

About Discussion Leader, Anya Zadrozny

Anya has over 15 years of experience as a videographer, producer and editor and 6 years as a Qualitative Market Researcher. She's produced projects worldwide for MTV, Vh1 and CMT Radio and now own her own video production company, AnyaZMedia. Having experience in both fields, she is able to create, troubleshoot and plan how video and market research best work together. Anya has worked on projects and given advice to researchers for projects with video budgets in the low $100s through the $30,000 mark. Besides being a go-to videographer and editor for qual researchers, she is currently working on her first documentary.

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