Below is a sampling of web videos produced for EndGame PR clients, along with an overview of each. You can also view many of these videos and others on the EndGame PR YouTube Channel. There are a number of ways of producing videos such as these, and just as many ways that they can be presented and used. Contact us to talk about your project!
NEW: Project Overview: This video was produced for The Real Estate School (TRES), from the Richmond Association of REALTORS®. It’s a testimonial video for a TRES class that was shot using a simple pocket camera. EndGame PR edited the testimonials together and added graphics and music at the beginning and end. Web video can be a great tool to show how your customers feel about you!
NEW: Project Overview: To celebrate the 120th anniversary of its founding, Sheltering Arms held an event for patients and donors that included historical re-enactors. EndGame PR was there to record the event, and produce this video. Audio quality was a challenge that was impossible to overcome, as speakers were positioned at different points all over the room, and one of the re-enactors was not speaking into a microphone, but the client was happy to have a video by which to remember this event!
Project Overview: This video was produced for Save Our Shelters (SOS). EndGame PR was tasked with telling the story of a feral cat colony behind a Richmond, Virginia TV station that was the topic of much discussion in the city. The video needed to be produced quickly, so to save the time it would take to schedule a professional photographer, it was shot on a consumer-grade camcorder. If your project needs to be completed quickly, or if you want a less expensive video, this is a great option!
Project Overview: This video was created for Fight SMA, an international organization dedicated to finding a cure for Spinal Muscular Atrophy (SMA). The goal was to put a “face” on this horrid disease, by profiling a family that’s fighting it. Our task was to significantly shorten an existing piece that was 10 minutes long, so it would be more useful as an Internet video. The abbreviated video has been phenomenally successful, garnering more than 40,000 YouTube views!
Project Overview: For this project, our client was the Virginia Community College System (VCCS). We were given a pile of raw footage and photos, and were asked to make a video about Blue Ridge Community College’s SIFE Program. It was a challenging project, but the finished product tells a great story!
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