Amani Channel's latest venture, WebVideoChefs.com was featured on Forbes.com. WebVideoChefs is a video production educational site that Channel launched with his business partner Chip Dizard in February, 2011.
In the article, John Farnell wrote, "They cover topics for both beginners and professionals that you won't find covered by other sites. [They wasted no time getting into Final Cut Pro X, even as some of us...more stubborn geeks held back]."
Channel and Dizard joined forces after first meeting on YouTube back in 2007. Dizard and Channel both produced video tutorials indepently for people who needed help with a variety of production topics.
"We're excited about WebVideoChefs, and the potential it has to be a resource for people who are looking to develop and hone their production skills," says Channel.
All of the tutoraials are free on the site for now, and Final Cut Pro X users will find numerous resources to help them get started with the program including a one-hour members only webinar.
You can subscribe to the WebVideoChefs Recipe of the Week to receive free tips and tricks, and videos.