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My advice is that you first apprentice with a local videogrpher and learn while you earn. Chances are that your willingness to operate a 2nd cam, set up and break down equipment, interview guests, etc. would make you a valuable crew member for any local studio.
On the job training trumps any training you get from simply reading a book. Nonetheless, I recommended a great ebook on starting your own business
By reading the book, you’ll be able to learn the lingo so you can interview well when applying for apprentice jobs.
Best of luck to you