Travel Video Journalist
Juliana Broste, “TravelingJules,” is an award winning Travel Video Journalist. Whether you spot her in front of the camera or behind the lens, you’ll recognize this fierce female filmmaker sporting pink lipstick and an armful of camera gear! Her adventures have taken her around the globe, from Thailand to Turkey to Tanzania and beyond. Her work has been featured on CNN, Travel Channel, Lonely Planet, USA TODAY, Viator and her TravelingJules travel vlog! Jules is on a mission to share fun “things to do” around the world. Come along for the adventure on Facebook, Instagram and YouTube. Happy travels! Previous Speaking Experience includes: Travel & Adventure Show, TBEX, Women's Travel Fest, The Video Summit, Canon USA, Manfrotto Imagine More Headquarters, National Academy of Television, Arts & Sciences, University of Colorado at Boulder, Korean Heritage Camp and more!
Once upon a time, you had to graduate with a degree in journalism and work in television to have the opportunity to share your story through video. Today, the tools are in our hands--in our phones! Never before has it been more important (and more possible) to create our own videos and tell our own stories. With that power, comes a major opportunity to learn the skillset for producing captivating content. We'll show you how. Juliana Broste, TravelingJules, is a Heartland Emmy Award winning video journalist. In this session, she'll discuss important steps to produce, shoot, write and edit amazing content from start to finish.
Events featuring Juliana Broste
Thursday, Oct 17
10:45AM - 11:30AM
Did you know that the Heartland Chapter of NATAS -- your regional Emmy® folks -- now accept submissions from video aired on non-traditional platforms? That's right: internet videos ARE eligible!! What are the criteria and how can you qualify? We'll give you the scoop and answer your questions in this informative session.
Thursday, Oct 17
12:00PM - 12:45PM
Learn how to survive and thrive as a one-person film crew, led by award-winning Travel Video Journalist Juliana Broste (aka "TravelingJules"). While filmmaking is often thought of as being a team sport, there are advantages and challenges to being a solo filmmaker. Listen in as Jules shares stories from the road, detailing her work as a producer, shooter, writer, editor and host, all in one. Come one, come all, and get ready to harness the power of one.
Wednesday, Oct 16
1:00PM - 3:00PM
Crested Butte Room
The world is changing all around us, and it’s in our best interest – and crucial to any company’s success – to incorporate these shifts into our businesses. Media inclusivity means so many things, including bringing diversity into all elements of production, from concept to script to screen to delivery.
In this roundtable discussion, we’ll hear from a group of presenters representing diversity based on race, age, physical abilities, education and opportunity who will share their stories, and encourage the audience to participate based on their own experiences, questions, and shared input.
This is an important, NEW element of AVX that is part of the national conversation, as well as a key part of the media industry right here in the Rocky Mountains.