SHOW AIRS LIVE!
THURSDAY, APRIL 11TH @ 8PM EDT / 5PM PDT
Online video production tools and communities such as YouTube and Google Hangouts have inspired thousands of home cooks around the world to share their cooking skills. From cooking demos to culinary talk shows like our own KitchenParty, indie producers can created, produce and syndicated fun food videos faster, and some might say more entertaining, than ever before.
Of course, producing a cooking demo isn’t as easy as it looks. There are still basic spokesperson principals that when applied make your demo shine. What are those tricks? Thanks to our favorite lifestyle spokesperson Andrea Metcalf, this week’s KitchenParty will walk you through some of the biggest mistakes and hurdles you can overcome when creating your own online videos.
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HOW TO JOIN THE LIVE CHAT: Before the show, leave a comment on G+, on twitter using #kitchenparty or below in our comments.
KITCHENPARTY IS SPONSORED BY:
This episode of KitchenParty is sponsored by Cookbook Cafe, the first DIY cookbook publishing platform that allows anyone to publish a cookbook as both an ebook and iPad app for free and sell it in our marketplace on BakeSpace.com.
About Our Guest:
Andrea Metcalf is a celebrity fitness expert and healthy lifestyle spokesperson with nearly thirty years of teaching, training and inspiring people. She helps women and men make small changes for big results and has appeared more than a dozen times on the Today Show (NBC), Good Morning America Health (ABC), Health and Better TV. She’s also written a bestselling book, NAKED FITNESS (Vanguard Press), which helps people strip away excuses and finally feel good in their own skin. Her passion to help people rid themselves of pain, lose weight and get healthy goes beyond personal contact with online classes, webinars and speaking engagements from coast to coast.
Andrea is Women’sForum.com’s Lifestyle expert and creative content executive producer. She has written health and fitness articles for Oprah.com, HuffingtonPost.com and a number of other websites. Her busy schedule doesn’t stop her from giving back; she’s climbed Mt. Kilamanjaro to raise awareness and money for Ovarian Cancer research; she hosts health events to benefit the American Diabetes Association and Lymphoma research; and mentors students at DePaul University and Columbia College.