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Behind the scenes of Reno Digital: Preparing for the Big Day

I just wanted to take a minute to let everyone know that I am currently in the process of creating a video production company and as such, that's why site updates are kinda slowed this week. Starting a company can eat up so much of your time but I didn't want to neglect this site so I wanted to drop in and say that over the next several weeks I'll be continuing to create cool new content for Reno Digital along with some other stuff. Plus once things settle down, I have much bigger plans that I hope will really stir the creative juices of everyone interested in this whole video editing passion we all share.

I'm also going to be documenting the creation and setup of my new company because all of it ties directly into my vision for what I want to do on the web. Early next week, be on the lookout for part one of this behind the scenes look at what goes into creating a video production company. I'll go over the details of selecting equipment and software and how I arrived at the decisions I've made. This series will probably be on going for the next several months as I struggle much like every other new business owner does in all the little details and I wanted to document every exciting and scary step along the way.

Till next week, take care and keep on editing.

Cheers
Greg

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