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In 2015, adults in the United States spent an average of 5.5 hours per day watching video content, according to eMarketer.
You’ve put in the work at your full-time job. And all the while, that freelance broadcast production work you’ve been doing on the side has steadily grown in interest and income.
Over the years, the broadcast industry has shifted from tape-based to file-based workflows in an effort to increase operational efficiencies and reduce overall expenditures.
Anybody with a smartphone can stream developments from nearly anywhere in the world – one look at your Twitter or Facebook feed shows how quickly information can be transmitted.