With video creation tools and delivery options changing almost daily, it's important for both marketing companies and businesses to stay up to date on how their target audience are getting their information. While some industries still rely on traditional video such as commercials, others are seeing a shift to including new video options such as Vine or Instagram.
August's JOMM will be a Round Table, welcoming Stan Taylor of Coastal Media (http://coastalmedia.tv), Chris Kennelly of Kennetic Productions (http://www.kenneticproductions.com), and Andrew Fallon of TigerLilly Media (http://tigerlilymedia.com). Each of these companies offer a fresh perspective on the current trends in video they're seeing as well as tips on how you can incorporate the appropriate ones in your marketing strategy.
Chris Kennelly started Kennetic Productions 11 years ago, at the age of 22, out of the spare bedroom of his parents house. Fast forward to today, and Kennetic is a downtown production company with clients such as EverBank, Nemours, JAX Chamber, Watson Realty, Visit Jacksonville and CareerBuilder. Kennetic's mission statement is to help organizations communicate their heart. They are storytellers.
Andrew Fallon of TigerLilly Media. TigerLily Media is a full-service creative production and post-production company. They develop and produce broadcast commercials, feature films, documentaries, music videos and other branded content. Their clients choose them because they offer a fresh approach, unique perspective and a discerning eye.
Stan Taylor of Coastal Media. Expert in Developing and Implementing Video Marketing Strategies. Identifies key opportunities to communicate video messaging through creatively designed campaigns that are proven to grow business, generate leads and significantly improve search engine rankings.
Skilled in adding annotations to videos that allow viewers to click links to your website, photos, documents, digital brochures and much more.
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