Corporate Video

Corporate or promotional videos offer a powerful and dynamic means of communication that can significantly benefit businesses in various ways. One key advantage lies in their ability to convey complex information in a concise and engaging manner, making it easier for audiences to grasp and retain key messages. The duration of these types of videos can vary widely, ranging from 3-5 minutes to 20-30 minutes, based on several factors that cater to diverse audience preferences and content goals. These videos can enhance brand visibility and awareness by showcasing products, services, or corporate values in a visually compelling format. Moreover, videos have the potential to evoke emotions, allowing companies to establish a more profound connection with their target audience. Additionally, in today's digital age, where online presence is crucial, corporate videos can be easily shared across social media platforms, reaching a wider audience, and increasing the likelihood of going viral. Furthermore, they serve as a versatile tool for training purposes, enabling efficient dissemination of information to employees or clients. Overall, the advantages of corporate or promotional videos include enhanced communication, increased brand recognition, and improved engagement with the audience.

Habitat for Humanity of Madison County - American Dream


In Focus Media Services produced a 7-minute promotional video for Habitat for Humanity of Madison County.  The organization was celebrating 35 years of service to families in Madison County.  The video focused on the positive impact it has made in the community and honored the many volunteers, businesses, and government organizations.  The video was shown at their 35th anniversary luncheon to over 300 attendees.

Madison County Bicentennial Committee - Journey of Hope


In Focus Media Services was honored to produce a 20-minute documentary for the Madison County Bicentennial Celebration.  Committee Chairperson, former Senator Tim Lanane appointed Committee Member, Betsy Peason to oversee the production that would highlight some of the significant contributions that African Americans made in Madison County. The video, titled Journey of Hope, was first shown at a Community Movie night at Jackson Park and was also shown as part of the Bicentennial Grand Finale Celebration at the historic Paramount Theatre in downtown Anderson, Indiana.

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