Free Solo Promotes Film Launch at MediaOne

MediaOne Studios had a great time helping the Free Solo Movie team share their story of how they made their amazing film. It was an honor to have Alex Honnold in our studio, who was able to scale El Capitan free solo after 20+ years of climbing and 2 intense years of preparation. The directors
We are excited to share that MediaOne Studios attended Dell’s inaugural Women in Technology event in Austin, Texas. With all the exciting changes in video production and eSports Gaming it was incredible to learn from Alienware and Dell what opportunities are emerging. With more than 70 Billion devices getting connected and eSports Gaming becoming main
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Facebook Live at MediaOne Studios

Survive The New Facebook

Don’t let Facebook get you down. This is your opportunity to stand out. Businesses’ have invested money and time in their Facebook feeds, and now Facebook is changing what the user sees. The new algorithm is based on interactions. And there lies the solution. As Mark Zuckerberg said “live videos on average get six times as

Livestreaming CSEdWeek

We were thrilled to livestream Code.org‘s CSEdWeek. Peggy Johnson, Microsoft’s Executive Vice President, Sheryl Sandberg, COO of Facebook, and YouTube’s Susan Wojcicki all took park. Let’s unite to promote computer science in our classrooms. Last year only 42,969 students in the US graduated in Computer Science. What an amazing opportunity. To learn more, go to

New Video Production Facility

Wishing you an amazing 2018! Now for the news we have to share with you… In May, MediaOne Studios was bought by DigiPowers, a digital marketing and software development company (more on that later). Shortly after, we moved! We now have a sparkling new video production HQ at 333 Broadway (between Sansome and Montgomery) in downtown San
We were pleased to be a part of bringing the SF Opera to over 20,000 people on Friday June 30, 2017 from AT&T Park. The free performance was simulcast from the spectacular SF Opera House at the SF Giants AT&T Park. Starting at 7:30 PM the experience brought the center stage right to the home
The idea of going to a watch a video versus read a newspaper to get all the details of a major sports event was just a seed of an idea. However it was less than 10 years ago when mobile phones began to become more mainstream, and with it changes in consumer behavior have been
MediaOne and Google for Jobs

Google For Jobs and Subject Matter

It was another early morning with our friends from Subject Matter and Google for Jobs. Last we met, it was just after midnight in Mountain View for Google I/O (we’re still playing with Google Assistant). This time, the announcement machine was launching their new job search feature, “Google for Jobs”. So we gather again, MediaOne Studios and creative agency Subject Matter,
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Jim Miller of DigiPowers passed along an interesting article from Variety. It talks about how CBS News will add “Uncharted” to its online lineup. A digital-only show for CBSNews.com with new episodes each Wednesday. The article is worth the read. One paragraph stood out to me: A 2016 Pew Research study found 81% of Americans

When Websites Were Text

Remember when websites were just lines of text? Oh Yahoo, how we will miss you. I remember having a conversation in 1996-ish with the Assistant News Director at the TV station I was working at, dreaming of the future. Well, he couldn’t see past the text. I knew images would be coming, then video. That’s
"Sleeping Hands" MediaOne Studios
With so many executives taking part in “thought leadership” videos, this article from The Wall Street Journal is relevant to those who’s appearances will be recorded. Video lasts forever! For better or worse, C-suite leaders are always on display. And whether in a one-on-one meeting or speaking to a crowd of thousands, they are sending

Foodbytes Sizzle Reel

That’s A Wrap! Sponsored by Rabobank, FoodBytes helps food entrepreneurs develop new ways to feed the world with sustainable foods, from seaweed to crickets. Here is the highlight reel, one of 18 pieces of video produced, shot and edited by MediaOne for FoodBytes San Francisco, 2016.
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