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Straight ahead news image promotion. Well-shot and edited. Not over-produced at all, clean big market look and feel. Some of the examples of their talent from the field and studio look a bit staged for my tastes, but at least they were staged well. The montage of live sig outs from the reporters was eye catching. I believe that 60 second spots can be very effective in telling your station’s story whatever it happens to be. Paul GreeleyPgreeley98@aol.com
Thought these were very nice looking but they dragged. I found myself tuning out about 30-40 seconds in to each one... and I wanted to see them. I can't see a viewer sticking around through one of these. There just wasn't that much interesting.
As a long time resident and news junkie, I have never been so impressed. And in recent years, their image promos have been bland, but these are enticing.But where did the plexiglass map of CFL come from?
I worked for the competition in Orlando for 3 years, and never recall seeing something with as much intention as this series from FTV. Congratulations to Tony Getts. Well done.
If only we could all hire a production house to design high end image promos.Wait, who wants to do that...?Lame.
no one outside of tv will understand these or buy in to the message. fake and staged "pretty" tv
Staged, artificial and stiff. Just a bunch of highly produced shots put to typical consultant language.
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