Monetizing Your Creativity - Pursuing a career in film, television, writing, theatre, music & design with your talents
About This Show
Monetizing Your Creativity explores how use your creative talents to pursue a career in film, television and related media (theatre, music, gaming, design, publishing). Industry veterans and mentors Marvin Polis and Fred Keating interview people who've been there and done that.
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Mar 25 17
Hello everyone and welcome to another episode of Monetizing Your Creativity. I’m your host Marvin Polis. This is actually going to be a very short episode because I’m here to let you know that our podcast is going on hiatus for a while.
In the meantime, we’d like to suggest that you dive into the archives for some inspirational episodes to help you launch and leverage your creative career. With 125 episodes, there’s something for everyone. Even if an episode seems like it might not apply to you, there are universal lessons everywhere. So for instance, if you’re an actor, do listen to the episodes about music … and so on.
On behalf of my co-producer and co-host Fred Keating, we want to encourage you to stay subscribed so you’ll know when we have news to announce. If you want to keep tabs on Fred, you can follow him on Facebook and you really should check out an intriguing project he’s working on called Studio in the Sky. Just go to Vimeo and search for Studio in the Sky, new trailer.
As for me, you can check out a professional development podcast that I produce for a local chapter of my professional association, the International Association of Business Communicators, otherwise known as IABC. This podcast also talks about earning a living with your creativity, although the focus is much more narrow than the Monetizing Your Creativity podcast. So if you’re interested in applying your talents specifically to marketing and public relations, go to iTunes or SoundCloud and search for IABC Edmonton.
Thanks for listening, everyone.