So, you've gotten some video produced for your company's website or TV advertisement. That's great! Nothing generates leads or engages an audience like video. But are you getting premium video production or are you just getting video production? Premium video production gives you all the benefits of video plus prestige and substance.
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With the Big Game just around the corner, I thought it would be a great time to take a look back at some action that's a little closer to home. Starting back in August, WCHSTV.com and The Media Center teamed up to bring HD, broadcast quality High School football right to people's home via live web streaming. This was the FNFExtra Webgame of the Week, presented by First Bank of Charleston.
In the early 20th century the Arrow Clothing Company revolutionized magazine advertisements by creating a character commonly referred to as the "Arrow Collar Man". The character was created by illustrator J. C. Leyendecker as a suave, cosmopolitan gentleman that in many respects was the urban response to the tough and rowdy image of manliness at the time. Leyendecker's illustrations showed you could be well kept, sophisticated and still be masculine, provided of course your clothing came from the Arrow Clothing Company...
The Wall Street Journal has a great article on the best and worst ads of 2014. You can check out the whole article here.
The cool thing is, the "ads" mentioned are mostly social media events or ideas outside the conventional 30 second TV spots. For example, you've got The Lego Movie....
Hey, if you're anything like me you like to get out and do a little fishing but don't always want to make a huge trip out of it, so it's nice to have a few fishing holes close to home. If you live around Charleston then I've got the spot for you. I'm going to show you how to get on the Elk River.
This video contains two clips from a long form video The Media Center produced for the Education Alliance. The entire video is about 12 minutes long and is designed to be played for community organizations. It explores the causes of dropouts with interviews of students and community leaders and acts as a launching point for discussions of how to help.
Many thanks to Julie Pratt and Emily Schoen for giving us the opportunity to work on this important project. It was our great pleasure to work with such caring and dedicated people.
As part of the National Guard's participation in the fourth annual WV Homeland Security Summit and Expo at Marshall University, The Media Center provided satellite uplink services and a live internet stream of training exercises taking place at the WV Turnpike Memorial Tunnel. Senator Jay Rockefeller and United States Secretary of Homeland Security, Janet Napolitano were able to watch the training exercises via a live Internet stream.
Back in April I had the opportunity to be the subject of an article in The West Virginia Record, a local legal journal. The reporter was Kyla Asbury. We met, had lunch and I talked her ear off about animation for a few hours. Little known fact, I can talk anyone's ear off about animation... okay, maybe that's actually a well known fact. A few weeks after this the article came out on the cover page, above the fold, which I consider a real honor.
I had the opportunity to speak at the Putnam Rotary club's luncheon on Tuesday, March 1st. It was a great crowd, with lots of friendly people.They gave me a nice little write-up on their website as well. I'm just happy to know they thought what I had to say was actually interesting.
On Tuesday, January 4th, The Media Center provided electronic news gathering support for the broadcast of the Girl Scouts of Black Diamond Council's new conference.
(Charleston, WV) - Girl Scouts of Black Diamond Council, serving 61 counties in West Virginia, Ohio, Virginia and Maryland will be starting to take orders this week and planning booth sales to make sure delicious Girl Scout cookies are available to all that crave the once-a-year favorites.