When we go out on a shoot we always like to be prepared for anything. That means good pre-production and bringing a lot of gear to the location. So it's not unusual to see a cart loaded like this:
Are you in charge of a video marketing budget?
Before you commit to a storyboard or begin the search for a video production partner, let us give you a few tips on how not to spend your money.
It's easy to get overwhelmed by what's possible in video production. Everyday there's a new shiny toy to capture footage or a new best way to produce a video.
Let us help you avoid some common pitfalls.
Here are 5 terrible ways to spend your money.
Data is a word that gets thrown around a lot. We have "data plans." Our have data to upload, data to download. We know that big data is a big thing and we know that social networks like Facebook and Instagram prize their users personal data above all else.
But what does data really mean to us? This is a question our good friend and client, Steve Kenniston, wants to explore.
A picture's worth a thousand words. So, rather than write 14,000 words about the filmmaking process (cause that'd be a bit boring, wouldn't it?), we pulled 14 photos from some talented people on Instagram to tell the story instead.
Congrats! You’ve got the go ahead to produce an awesome video for your company! That’s great news. But now that the high from that win is wearing off you may be wondering, “OK. What now? How do I choose the right video production company?"
It's beginning to look a lot like Christmas at MediaBoss so Nick Clarke and I sat down to discuss our favorite holiday movies.
Originally, we agreed to list just the top two flicks that put us in the holiday spirit. But there's something you should know about Nick and me: We are the perpetual children of the studio and picking just two was too difficult.