Motivational Videos for Meetings

    Motivational Videos - "Play" for Weight Watchers

    No actors were used in this motivational video for Weight Watchers...and the camera work is tremendous...various lighting scenarios from indoors to outdoors, underwater, moving down the street while recording...all with people who have benefitted from the program!

    Adcom Inspires Belief - Best Motivational Videos

    belief-motivational-video-smallAs a creative person, believing in an idea is the difference between life and death, at least as far as creating targeted projects for audiences, and helping people get inspired to take action -- believing that they can do what they set out to do.

    ESPN Breaking Barriers - Best Motivational Videos

    Just another teenager with low expectations?  Not hardly.  At 19, Aaron-Fotheringham-ESPN-wheelchair-flipsAaron Fotheringham decided not to let setbacks slow him down. His drive and determination has inspired other athletes, and he has decided to keep improving, learning things that have never been achieved before.

    Custom Video Production on Three Continents

    Our Video Producer Ginger Stephens recently visited three continents to capture custom content for the recent Comstor Worldwide Executive Meeting. Each of the four videos reinforced the theme "Bridging Partnerships" with an Executive positioned in front of an easily identifiable bridge. Each Executive did exceptionally well without acting classes, but with great coaching from our Producer Ginger and a local crew member. Each Executive individually addressed ties between bridge engineering and partner growth.

    Can I Download From YouTube?

    YouTube-Logo-350I was asked by a client if they could "download a video" from YouTube.com® and then show it at a large organization event? I have two simple questions in response:
    1. Copyright
    2. Ownership

    1) Copyrights are assigned to a work when it is complete. You don't necessarily need to see the little copyright symbol © for something to be copyrighted. All footage on YouTube® is owned by the people who made the video -- i.e. the videographer or producer-- and it is automatically copyrighted.

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