- Anniversary Rates on Video Services
- Our First Ten Years: A Video Retrospective
- Our Process & Services: A Video Representation
- Different Types of Videos
- Where to Use Video
Video has played a role in our PR work since day one
After the manager of a Corpus Christi television station saw his skills, passion and instinct, Anderson was hired at 16 when he got his driver’s license and continues freelancing today for CNN and other broadcast outlets. Being on the “other side” of PR brings much success to our clients.
Seal the Deal
To add sizzle to Curves International’s presentation to its then-prospective Japanese Master Franchisee, we compiled the editorial coverage we secured for the franchise giant into a video.
Using existing materials as with the Curves International video, this video was produced from high resolution PDF files of every page of Abilene Christian University Mobile-Learning Report. In our email pitches to reporters, we included a link to the video, which gave the Report some life. Our goal was to pique the interest of reporters who write about educational technology. Response from the reporters brought our client dozens of stories on their mobile learning program.
TV Ad Campaign
Profile of real customers of the bank telling their stories of how the bank helped them expand their business, buy their first home or even finance new construction. This spot is Student Life.
Shot in high-def, this piece exemplifies the power of video without voice-over. Anderson’s video experiments have brought recognition from the Waco Ad Club and the Abilene Ad Club. News stories he shot and produced won him Emmy and Cable Ace awards.
Like many news stories, this piece was shot by a one-man band in one day. With preparation and coordination several weeks before the shoot took place, the visuals that tell the story were in place.