By Lori Spencer

Making the transition from hobbyist videographer or film enthusiast to professional video producer can require years of training, although not necessarily in a formal academic environment. Most video producers start out as freelancers before working their way up to a job at a major film or television studio. Others can earn comfortable livings running their own businesses producing educational and corporate videos, independent films, music videos, or documenting weddings and other events for private clients. The career and income options are nearly unlimited for a video producer who has the drive, talent and creativity to succeed.

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