Each video must begin with a separate page containing a graphic, artist’s name, and name of video. Website can be added here if desired. 

Each video must end with a separate page containing graphic, artist’s name, website, IG and other social media handles. 

Filming Requirements

  • Film horizontally: This is required for the OTT platform
  • Let people know who you are: Include your name and the video title at the start of the video, and your website and social channels at the end. 
  • Let your audience know what supplied they need: list the supplies used (if you are submitting a tutorial)
  • Plan ahead: Before hitting the record button, make a plan of what you want to shoot. This will save you time, make the process smoother, and ensure that you capture the most important moments.
  • Use good lighting: Lighting is crucial in making your videos look professional and high-quality. Whether it’s natural light or artificial, make sure it’s sufficient and placed in the right position.
  • Invest in a quality microphone: Audio is just as important as video, so investing in a good microphone will make a big difference in your final product. It will also save you time in post-production.
  • Keep it short and sweet: Attention spans are getting shorter, so try to keep your videos concise and to the point. This will also help with engagement and retention.
  • Use a variety of shot types: Mix up your shots with close-ups, wide shots, and different angles. This will create a more visually interesting video and keep the viewer engaged.
  • Edit with purpose: Editing is where the magic happens. Don’t be afraid to cut out footage that doesn’t serve a purpose and use transitions to keep the flow smooth.
  • Be consistent: Consistency is key. Make a schedule and stick to it. This will help build a loyal audience who knows when to expect your content.
  • Engage with your audience: Interact with your audience in the comments section and on social media. This will create a sense of community and show that you care about their opinions.

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Frequently Asked Questions

  • Can I recommend brands in my videos?
    • Yes, we just ask that you don’t speak negatively of any brands.
  • As a MadeTV Maker, how many videos am I required to submit?
    • To begin you must submit 3: Who You Are, What You Do, Where You Create. Following these three we recommend a minimum of 1 video per month.
  • Can I market my own brand, services, or products in my MadeTV videos?
    • Yes! MadeTV is the perfect place to grow your brand. We recommend placing your name, IG, and website information in all of your videos.
  • Can I use the MadeTV logo in my videos?
    • No, only MadeTV productions (filmed by our team or funded by MadeTV), may have the MadeTV logo present.
  • Do the videos I submit need to be exclusive to MadeTV
    • Yes, we ask that if not all, at least the majority of videos submitted are exclusively listed on MadeTV. However, you (the maker) will remain the owner of the videos, and at any time may request that certain videos or all videos are removed. Once removed, these may be used in any way that you wish.
  • What are the benefits of becoming a MadeTV Maker
    • Brand exposure, the opportunity to collaborate with makers across the globe, sponsorship opportunities, paid workshops, tv show opportunities, becoming a part of a community and roundtable conversations to help you flourish in your craft and in your business.
  • How do I make money?
    • There are opportunities for residual income through our affiliate program, as well as paid workshops. This is a platform created for massive brand exposure, driving more people to your website and social channels.
  • Can I submit a sped up style video ?
    • Yes, a fast forward video can be used BUT it can not be the entirety of your video. Fast forward is appropriate when a how-to step is redundant and long … for example: painting a tree.