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ATTN Sydney Boat Show Exhibitors - Register now for Video Interviews

by Jeni Bone on 30 Jul 2013
The Tetra team in action. Daryl Krasu
Register now to get your Sydney International Boat Show news on video online, via the Sydney International Boat Show website, on Youtube and on the largest marine industry online news network in the world.

The fastest growing area online is video – and MarineBusiness-World.com's news coverage from the Sydney International Boat Show will be focused on video this year.

The MarineBusiness-World.com Video Studio on the main show floor (booth 426)- on the main traffic walkway between Halls 5 and 4. This studio set up will allow us to conduct around 80 video interviews, with industry heavyweights, across section of exhibitors, government reps, keynote speakers and more.

With video cameras, lighting, sound, computers and interview area all set up, we can efficiently conduct interviews. The average interview will be eight minutes and it will be edited down to five minutes.

These interviews will be posted on the Boat Show website, on YouTube and naturally on MarineBusiness-World.com, Powerboat-World.com, FishingBoating-World.com and Sail-World.com web sites. The interviews can be embedded into stories and will be available to exhibitors.

Every organisation has a story to tell, so to manage the demand for interview opportunities we have a simple online form to allow you to register your interest.

Once received we will contact you to schedule a video interview time and discuss the best content, images you want to display as background for the video interview and topics.

http://marinebusiness-world.com/boat_show_form.cfm




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