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How to improve your personal brand

In today’s social media-centric world, everyone is building a personal brand to one extent or another, whether they know it or not. Someone who has successfully built his own brand is YouTube star Darious Britt, who has over 375,000 subscribers and 17 million views on his DIY filmmaking YouTube channel D4Darious.

Britt also a filmmaker and TFTV alumnus, will give a presentation, “Personal Branding: Thriving in the Era of Social Media” on Jan. 28 at the ENR2 Building (S107) as part of “Day For Night: Conversations on Film and Television,” a series from the School of Theatre, Film & Television.

In this free presentation aimed at artists and entrepreneurs, Britt will share best practices for building and expanding a personal brand using social media to cut through the noise to connect with audiences.

“In this digital age it’s hard to stand out against all the noise. When it comes to building a brand using social media small tweaks make big peaks. It’s the little things that make the biggest difference. I will be talking about how to build a personal brand.”

Britt shares tips and tricks to his 378,000 followers of his YouTube channel to execute the art of film and television. His channel gives global audiences, a way to understand film in a different light by learning how to create content digitally.

Personal Branding: Thriving in the Era of Social Media
Jan. 28, 7p
ENR2 Bldg., S107

The event is sold out!

“Due to popular demand, tickets are no longer available. However, if there are no-shows, some seats may become available at the last minute.”

Darious Britt’s Five Most-Viewed Videos

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2. First 12 Things a Filmmaker Should Buy!!, 941k views

3. Mastering Composition + Cinematography with Will Smith, 882k views

4. Learn Hitfilm Express 2017 in 11 Minutes!, 691k views

5. How to shoot a No-Budget Film, 654k views

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