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Hula Betty Invites Everyone Onto The Red Carpet
Last Great Road Trip and Hula Betty Productions are turning to micro producers to support the free distribution of their 4x4 adventure video. Now anyone can become part of the exciting world of entertainment and receive onscreen credits.
The idea of allowing anyone to see themselves as a producer is the brain child of Last Great Road Trip http://www.lastgreatroadtrip.com . According to Paul Thompson, film maker for Hula Betty Productions, "A lot of friends and fans were asking how they can be part of our videos. At the same time we were trying to brainstorm how we could produce more videos on our shoestring budget."
Paul said "A while back the big idea on the Internet for financing a project was to buy a clever domain name, put up a website and sell individual pixels to friends, family or anybody who would spend a couple of bucks to help finance your project. By putting individuals' name in the credits, we are taking the same idea and modernizing it to keep up with the explosion of videos on the Internet."
Hula Betty Productions and Last Great Road Trip are encouraging individuals to take an active roll in supporting the video production houses they enjoy watching on the Internet. By providing a small $2.00 investment, individuals can help cover some of the costs and see their name roll by in the credits. Hoping to take advantage of this micro producer opportunity, Last Great Road Trip and Hula Betty Productions looks to continue their production of high quality, HD off road adventure videos distributed free over the Internet for others to enjoy.
Hula Betty Productions and Last Great Road Trip have more than 40 off road adventure videos in circulation. These videos include how to instructions on changing your air filters, installing rock rails and upgrading your rigs suspension as well as videos chronicling the Last Great Road Trip's 4x4 adventures to such places as the San Juan Mountain, Tillamook State Forest or the Rubicon Trail.
In a world of YouTube mini-series, Vimeo hi-def channels, and Google video ads, micro producers may be the next logical step. Hula Betty Productions and Last Great Road Trip believe this is an opportunity for individuals to support the specific video projects they enjoy and receive a little adrenaline boost from seeing their name in the producer credits.
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About Last Great Road Trip: is an off road adventure blog chronicling a father and son's adventures. Follow along in the blog entries as they embark on 4x4 expeditions to locations of a life time.