Serving St. Louis and Surrounding Areas

What are you looking at? Does it look professional? Are you engaged? Have you learned anything? Making sure these questions can be answered the right way is the key to a successful video project.

Video production is the core of our business.

We built our production facility in St. Louis, MO, with your needs in mind. The space, technology and personnel exist to create high-quality multimedia. Our studio is large enough to park our mobile broadcast unit inside, where it becomes a control room. Down the hall, four post-production suites offer audio and video editing capabilities to handle all major formats, including 4K, UltraHD and HD. Our camera and lighting packages are ideal for studio, field and on-location video production.

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Our process is proven—and it’s the professional standard.

Our approach hasn’t changed through 50+ years of TV and video production. We want to combine our expertise with the specific needs of your project. It starts in pre-production, where we ask: who, what, where and why? Scripts are written, shots are planned, talent is auditioned, the crew is assembled, and locations are secured. Then: the shoot. During production, every vital element of your big idea is brought to life. After the shoot, we pack up our gear and head back to the studio to complete post-production. Shots are selected, graphics and animation are added, and fine adjustments are made. The best part: you’re involved every step of the way.

Telling your story, reaching your audience—it takes all kinds.

We’ve developed projects for clients across the industry spectrum, for many popular platforms and distribution channels, and for a variety of uses, including:

  • Your website
  • Your social media (Facebook, Twitter, LinkedIn, Tumblr, Pinterest, YouTube)
  • Your trade show booth
  • Your point-of-sale kiosk
  • Your training program
  • Your e-learning module

It starts with an idea. Maybe you have one, maybe you want one. Either way, let's talk about how to develop a project that works for you.