University of Kentucky College of Agriculture

Video Request Form

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Log in with your Link Blue username and password above to submit the request form for video production services. We will review the request and contact you for any details within one week. AgComm will forward the request to the appropriate administration. The administrator(s) review and approve, delay or deny the request based on estimate, college priorities and existing video production schedule. You will be contacted on the status of the request.

We can schedule a project into production when the script is done. Example of a script. We schedule one video in a series at a time. Multiple videos in a series are divided into individual projects and are not automatically done together.

Our production schedule fills up quickly, so we can assist in recommending alternate producers for your projects and can assist with posting to the appropriate COA locations.

Contacts:

 

Brian Volland, Agricultural Communications Specialist / Media Producer

137 Scovell Hall, 257-7539
 

Dave Stalion, Agricultural Communications Specialist / Media Producer
132 Scovell Hall, 859-257-3987

 

Becky Simmermacher, Manager of Marketing, Videography and Photography

135 Scovell Hall, 859 323-8408

 

Examples of a project:

  • Facility/multiple location Virtual Tours (Requires 3 months production/ one month post production)
  • College-wide promotional marketing video series of instructional videos, under 5 minutes each
  • Informational videos 3 min.
  • Video and text with static images
  • Self-publishing short videos, may need editing by client or Ag Comm

Contact

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If you have any questions related to Marketing (logos, templates, orders) or comments about the Marketing website, please contact becky.simmermacher@uky.edu. We welcome feedback on how we can make this site more useful for you. Thank you.

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