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St Louis Video Production Crews

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Our team helps convey your message through consistent video delivery via DVD’s, data thumb-drives and the web.

Producing their show segments has made us vastly experienced in shooting both food and it’s preparation.  We understand everything better because of the hours we put into the show whether it be lighting, camera techniques, or audio.

Every production is unique. Whether you need simple internal executive messages or large externally facing marketing videos, we have the expertise to deliver. This is where our technological expertise and creativity meet! Our team of trusted professionals have experience in pre-production, script writing, storyboarding.  Our experienced crews have the equipment and talent to produce videos ranging from corporate interviews to high-end commercials and everything in between. Our crews shoot ENG, broadcast television, aerial, reality TV, Behind the Scenes, films, documentaries and much more.

st louis video production crews shoot a number of different types of cooking and production show segments.

314-913-5626
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

How to properly use a teleprompter for your next video production.

Video and the internet have changed the way we communicate. But one thing has not changed: the impact of a human face in communication. Humans naturally connect with the image of a human face…whether in a video or in person. And many times, that face on video is talking straight into the camera…. And a teleprompter.

A teleprompter is a tool that displays scripted material in front of a lens, allowing a spokesman to deliver messages while looking directly into the camera lens. It’s an extremely useful tool.  With recent improvements in screen technology, teleprompters have become smaller and more accessible.

As useful as it is, it is not a magic bullet. There are a few techniques to make it work well.

It’s important to remember that a teleprompter is only as good as its script

Write your script to be spoken, not read. Use conversational language that works for the audience you are trying to reach. Shorter words are better, and so are short sentences..

Along with trying to speak to the audience in a language they understand, it’s also important for the spokesperson to be comfortable with the language. It the presenter is struggling with long sentences or unfamiliar language, the audience can feel lost.

There’s no substitute for practice. The more you practice and personalize the text, the more you’ll put meaning to the words.

Practice reading your script aloud. Take it into the bathroom, and practice reading it into a mirror. Change the language to match your speaking style. Make it yours.

A teleprompter can also be used as guide for an interview or testimonial, when the person being recorded is not looking directly into the lens.

Here at St Louis Video Production, we have a lot of experience helping clients be “the best they can be” on camera. For more information, please give us a call.

314-913-5626
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

Live video webstreaming for St Louis Events

We are a leading provider of live and on demand webcasts in the St. Louis region. We offer an end to end webcasting solution enhanced with custom webcast landing page design, twitter integration, facebook integration, message boards, chats, and polling if desired. Our webcasting solutions can extend the reach of your live events and provide your customers with an engaging experience.

st louis video streaming for live events

314-913-5626
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

St Louis Video Streaming Production and Webcasting

Challenged by world-class competitors, manufacturing companies in the United States have undergone a renaissance in the last decade. The renaissance started on the shop floor with an emphasis on built-in quality, the elimination of waste, and faster throughputs. But attention quickly turned upstream to product development.  We were able to help in this endeavor by webcasting an event to company engineers around the globe.  Over a 12-day period we were able to broadcast a live webcast to all the offices so the teams could view the integration of new product designs.

A Global Reach
Multiple delivery options allow you to significantly increase your exposure for a fraction of the cost of traditional providers. We use worldwide content delivery, as well as cloud computing hosting, to ensure seamless delivery.

Archiving Your Live Webcast
The value of live webcasts can be extended with the archive — by leveraging your valuable content to other mediums. Incorporating chats, twitter feeds, message boards, in to your webcast, helps you promote and carry the conversation with your audience.

St Louis webcasting and live event video streaming

314-913-5626
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

Outline your ideas to create a marketing or training video

Here are the best questions to plan for your next marketing or training video production.

What is the purpose of your video?
Who is your audience?
What is your relationship with the intended audience?
What is the delivery path for the video?
What measurable outcome are you looking to achieve?
What do you want to say and show in the video?
What style and format of video should I use?

There are many different styles and uses of corporate marketing and training videos. Knowing what type of video you are producing and answering all of the above questions will help to determine the proper length for the intended corporate video.

st louis studio production shot on set for diversity training for employees.

Create videos that are compelling, that create emotional resonance with the viewer, that explain the essence of the product or service you’re marketing, and your viewership and engagement will follow. Also, keep in mind that social media algorithms are changing constantly.

314-913-5626
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

Video Production for Human Resources – Diversity and Inclusion

One of the biggest challenges in launching successful diversity programs is the disconnect between diversity and inclusion. Diversity represents a minority group; women, people of color, and LGBT individuals. Inclusion ensures the success and integration of these individuals in the organization, on multiple levels. Ensuring not only diversity in the workplace is present, but rather implemented through inclusion is a key driver to ensuring success in a Diversity program.

Employees and managers need to prioritize diversity as much as they do other business concepts like productivity, efficiency, and profits. Overcoming these challenges requires a variety of top-down business practices to raise awareness of and actively promote workplace diversity

A corporate diversity video is a great way to communicate the company’s diversity goals and challenges to all employees while telling powerful stories that illustrate best practices of inclusion and cross-cultural empowerment and understanding.

Human Resources Video for Diversity and Inclusion

314-913-5626
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

Video Production Testimonials

Customer testimonial videos are a great way to let your customers do the talking for you. Putting your most successful, happy, or unique customers on screen is a powerful way to attach a real-life narrative to your product or service. Customer stories typically feature one or more customers talking testimonial-style about how your company has made a positive impact on their life or business.

The most valuable part of a customer story video is getting your customers to vocalize the problem they were faced with and how your company provided a solution. Along with interview footage, this type of video is typically packed with lifestyle shots of your customer using your product or service in their own environment.

314-913-5626
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

Video Crews for Your Customers on Camera | NASA Scientists

Selecting a proper location is important when videotaping your customers, we make sure it has the following attributes:
Sufficient natural light, or enough space to use artificial lighting that we provide.  Minimal background noise from HVAC systems, neon lights, nearby elevators, noisy hallways, and office workers. Sometimes a little background noise from other office workers can be a desirable feature that adds a sense of vibrancy and activity to a scene.  We try to distance the interview from floor traffic. Lobbies can be a great location, provided that people aren’t getting off elevators every few minutes and walking through your shots.  We’ll setup enough physical space for our equipment, our subject, and the camera crew. We’ll get the right footage you need to make your video message a success.

314-913-5626
Mike Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com
https://stlouisvideoproduction.com/

St Louis Video Production Webcasting

Webcasting


St. Louis webcast solutions for your special video streaming and production needs.

We offer high-definition streams of your content in a variety of formats optimized for video systems, computers, tablets and smart phones.

The applications and crews for webcasting work in any environment where it is critical to capture, stream, and record original live content. It has become a primary training and teaching mechanism in many businesses and organizations.

st louis video streaming and webcasting for training and teaching.

Webcasting / Video Streaming
Camera operators and gear
Professional audio and video production

Webcasting and streaming are cost-effective options to ensure your next meeting, broadcast, or live event reaches as many of your people as possible in real-time. Contact us, we’ll help customize your webcasting success!

 

314-604-6544
Robert Haller, St Louis Video Producer
St Louis Video Production
stlouisvideoproduction@gmail.com

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