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Producing High Quality Video Content to Uplevel Your Real Estate Business
A real estate professional’s relationship with home buyers should always center around transparency and quality as they embark on a journey to find the perfect home. We all know that the home buying process can sometimes be grueling, and it can take some time to find a home that ticks all the boxes. Meeting with the home buyers, whether in person at an office or open house, is usually the first step. But what happens when real estate professionals can’t meet in person to give a tour of the property they’re looking to sell?
Designing the Makeup of Sundance 2022 Select ‘God’s Country’
Sundance 2022 select God’s Country follows Sandra (Thandiwe Newton), a grieving college professor, who confronts two hunters she catches trespassing on her property and is drawn into an escalating battle with catastrophic consequences. It will premiere at Sundance on January 23rd.
Marriott's Content Studio Creates First Original Short
TWO BELLMEN, the first original short film production from Marriott International, Inc.’s Content Studio, will have its world premiere on March 10th, 2015 with a global YouTube launch, as well as a gala screening and party at the JW Marriott Los Angeles L.A. LIVE. The iconic JW Marriott property plays a starring role in the film. We interviewed director, Daniel “Malakai” Cabrera to get an inside look into this amazing production.
New York Film Permits: Explained
Filming a movie in the wilderness, even on the grounds of national parks, often requires far less hassle and permits than filming in a city. And New York City is not exactly an exception. If you want to complete your filming project in NYC without running into issues with the law, you need to be familiar with all the rules that govern the process of shooting in the area. To this end, so that you may quickly and easily get the prep work out of the way, here are the NYC film permits explained.
How Video Is Changing Everyday Social Interactions
It used to be that people consumed primarily written content whether newspapers, magazines, blog posts, or online publications.
Planning an Event? Reasons to Consider Using an Outside AV Provider
When planning a conference, meeting or some other lively occasion, most venues will offer a number of extra services that promise a bigger, better and bolder event. These added amenities can be quite tempting—you won’t have to find a caterer, bring your own alcohol or hire an outside AV provider. But to ensure you’re getting the best of culinary delights, top-shelf liquor or the professional AV equipment and support that will take your event to the next level, it pays to do a little research.
How to Capitalize on Your Production Skills with Online Video Advertising
Whether you own a video production business or are working for a company that has a production component to it, there is the opportunity to expand your services by incorporating video advertising into your arsenal of services offered.
Keys to Being Social Media Savvy in the World of Sports Production
Have you tweeted about a game you watched on television this week or shared a clip of a goal on Facebook? If you haven’t, chances are someone you know has. Across sports broadcast production, we’re seeing social media playing a much more prominent role. Broadcasters are using interactivity to their advantage, getting profound and valuable feedback from their audience and engaging with them to leverage multiscreen interaction.
How to Keep Content Secure in the Age of Super Hacks
Hacks cost the media and entertainment industry hundreds of millions of dollars in unrecoverable asset monetization and many professionals could potentially lose their job and even careers as a result of these significant losses. Sony Pictures, HBO, Netflix have all suffered from stolen content and major losses. Today, media facilities all over the world are looking at ways of preventing hacks and securing their lucrative content.
The benefits of renting your house to film productions
You'd be surprised by the fact of just how many movies rented real homes or businesses to use them as filming locations. It became standard practice in the last couple of decades. In fact, all the chances are that your favorite movie was filmed this way, at least partially. So, if the benefits of renting your house to film productions do exist, why wouldn't you let your home become a part of history?