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
Bill Murray. It was a cinderella story. At Google. About a week out, we were told of a potential event with Bill Murray and Mitch Glazer, on tour promoting Rock The Kasbah (click the link to find showtimes near you). Bruce Willis, Zooey Deschanel and Kate Hudson also star. Nothing for the shoot confirmed. Hopes were high and
Like we always say, video sends the message. Considering video consumption is up 800% in the past five years, it seems people are getting that. Video is always a great way to introduce people to your group, non-profit and new born baby. Now let’s add dancing, singing sorority girls. We’re not talking iPhone and iMovie.
The email came just before the holiday break. “I want to shoot a video!” “When?” “The second week of January in three cities! It’s a spoof of The Psychic Friends Network!” I thought “there goes my Christmas.” But I knew this would be fun. The caller was Claudia Allwood, US Director of Digital Marketing at Benefit
Salesforce shooting at MediaOne. Written by MediaOne’s Manager of Studios, “JimmyG” Giliberti. We love having Salesforce in studio because they consistently present us with opportunities to show our flexibility in interweaving proven broadcast standards and new technologies into our productions. Originating from MediaOne’s Studio 3, we accommodate 4 or 5 executives on set, capture the