Through the Eyes of Videobred DP Ben Newkirk

Videobred DP Ben Newkirk tells stories with technical precision and artistic brilliance. He approaches every production with a fresh eye looking for a unique spin to differentiate the final product. On How He Got Into Film Making:  I’ve always loved movies and TV and as a kid I would never fall asleep watching a movie because […]

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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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MedVenture Technology Recruits with Video

Competition for the very best employees is always fierce and forward-looking companies are always looking for an edge. Video can provide businesses with this competitive advantage by showcasing a company’s facilities, personnel and culture to potential new hires. Recently Videobred Producer Alan Manias had the pleasure of working with New West’s Andrea Hampton on a recruitment […]

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Blue Ribbon Winners

Family & Children’s Place honored Videobred with the Volunteerism Award for continued dedication at the organization’s Blue Ribbon Awards in April–Child Abuse Prevention Month. Jamie Pence, Annie Ratterman and Steve Hurst were in attendance to accept the award. Family & Children’s Place helps children and families in the Louisville and Southern Indiana area heal from […]

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How Much for That Video? 5 Questions to Ask Yourself

How much for that video in the window? Very often one of the first questions we get from potential clients is “How much will it cost to produce a (fill in the blank) video?” A former associate’s standard reply to this question was–in his salty dog voice–“Well Doc, how much does it cost to build […]

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