Keeping it Fresh: First Virtual Reality Project Nabs National Award

Uniquely Fresh: Louisville’s Culinary Scene Videobred picked up its second national VR award for its initial virtual reality project. After receiving a Samsung Creator Award Uniquely Fresh: Louisville’s Culinary Scene recently added a Silver Telly Award. The Project The immersive 360° video, produced for the Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau, highlights the city’s culinary scene as well as the farm-to-table approach embraced […]

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Six Ways Virtual Reality (VR) is Changing Everything

Industry, media, education and entertainment are rapidly embracing virtual reality (VR), the nascent technology that creates immersive and interactive visual experiences. That’s because 360° VR productions forge a stronger connection between the viewer and the content. Early adopters of VR are already experiencing amazing results. Here are six areas where VR is making an impact. 1. […]

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Fiber Optics

Here comes high speed fiber optics After months of giddy, tech geek anticipation the fiber optics truck finally rolled onto the property today.  The dedicated fiber connection will give Videobred the ability to more efficiently upload and download large video files at a dramatically faster speed. And of course stream basketball games during March Madness.

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Videobred Nabs 3 Silver Telly Awards

Videobred garnered Three Silver Telly Awards–the highest honor– for our first two 360º virtual reality projects produced in 2016. Uniquely Fresh: Louisville’s Culinary Story (Louisville Convention and Visitors Bureau) Video / Shows / Segments in General-Travel/Tourism 360º virtual reality video Game Day (Ole Miss Football) Video / Shows / Segments in General-Sports 360º virtual reality video Game Day […]

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5 Beer Ads That Define The Rules of The College Bro

The College Bro is a global stereotype that serves as a reminder of your youth and those few too many nights you don’t remember. From the sticky bar tops to the melting ice luge, everything will come rushing back through these five of our favorite alcohol ads. So strap on your backwards ball cap and […]

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Goodbye, Sharon

Last week marked the end of an era. Our beloved accountant, Sharon Craven, retired after 23 years. In true Videobred fashion, we sent her out with a bang, plenty of mimosas, and some great food at Asiatique. Sharon has seen over two decades of great work, difficult economic times and ridiculous shenanigans (ask her about […]

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Interns Complete First Project & We Love It

The following post was written by intern Alan Adelberg: Equipped with an HVX camera and two GoPros, the interns faced a challenge: film and edit a music video for the Owl Creek Community Country Club Swim Team using a new version of Icona Pop’s hit song “I Love It,” rewritten by the Owl Creek members […]

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The Five Coolest Things at NAB

Last month, Videobred sent a couple of lucky employees to Vegas (oh dear) to attend the National Association of Broadcasters (NAB) Show, which is one of the world’s largest electronic media conventions. With over 92,000 people in attendance and 155 countries represented, there’s A LOT of awesome and innovative stuff to see at this show. […]

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The Phantom Flex: Making Ordinary Stuff Look Awesome in Super Slow-Mo

For a few members of the Videobred team, Easter weekend was spent with the Phantom Flex camera, capturing in slow motion things like eggs in mouse traps and Newkirk hitting a 300 pound block of ice with an axe. Over the weekend, they were able to capture a wide range of events in slow motion, […]

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Travel Destination: Eastern Kentucky… Wait, What?

Who needs beaches and Mai-Tais when you can have great Kentucky scenery and a camera? Videobred’s editor and shooter, Eric Stemen, spent his vacation last month driving around eastern Kentucky and shooting time lapses. His goal for the project was to create a two and a half to three minute video showcasing what the region […]

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