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Darrell Green Virtual Workout NAMD Video Production DC

Metro Teleproductions Inc collaborated with  Centene  www.centene.com, and the Pro Football Hall of Fame to produce a virtual workout featuring Pro Football Hall of Famer Darrell Green from the Watergate Hotel in Washington DC.  

The video production was produced at the Watergate Hotel in Washington D.C. Directors of Videography  Ben Wong and Jamie Sides shot with Canon C 300 Mark II’s .  Gary Black provided audio which consisted of a wireless lav on Darrell Green and the boom. Tony Winthrop was the lead gaffer on the project.

This was the first ever NAMD Wellness Challenge which brought together participants from across the country for a virtual ride, run, stretching or yoga.

Green and 3 young assistants  went thru a variety of exercises in the segment which is designed for people of all ages. Bill Parks edited the 50 minute video overnight which was shown during Centene’s convention that was held virtually because of the Corona Virus

Fordham Institute ” A Moonshot for Kids Competition -Live Stream/Webcast

Audience at the National Union Building Washington DC
Cameraman Tony Winthrop and Director/Td Joey Ruffini

Metro Teleproductions worked with the Fordham Institute and the Center for American Progress at the National Union building in Washington DC on a live webcast that was streamed on YouTube. Joey Ruffini served as the Streaming Director and Technical Director. Tony Winthrop and Jamie Sides were the videographers. MTI specializes in live webcasting and streaming for video production in the Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia region. We provide single camera and multi camera coverage. For a video on demand version of the YouTube webcast, please click here https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jId2RG0xRDA

What would happen if we invested $1 billion or more in bold education R & D initiatives designed to generate fresh but evidence-backed solutions to some of education’s toughest challenges?

The Center for American Progress (CAP) and the Thomas B. Fordham live streamed the Institute for a “Shark-Tank” style competition, where ten early-round finalists presented their “billion-dollar Moonshot ideas” to a panel of tough judges, all for a chance to win $10,000 and have their idea propelled to widespread attention and potential major investment. Each finalist’s proposal addressed one of these urgent issues:

  • Reducing by half the number of fourth graders reading below the Basic level.
    • Doubling the amount of high-quality feedback middle school students receive.
    • Achieving universal college and career counseling for all students before the ninth grade.
    • Doubling the number of eighth graders who can write an effective persuasive essay.
    • Doubling the number of young women majoring in STEM fields. 

Our judges are:

Kumar Garg, Senior Director for Technology and Society at Schmidt Futures

Lizzette Gonzalez Reynolds, Vice President of Policy at ExcelinEd

Michael Simmon, U.S. history teacher at IN-Tech Academy, NYC

Sara Allan, K–12 Education Strategy Leadership at the Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

Takeru Nagayoshi, English teacher in the New Bedford Public Schools, MA

Edelman Chicago Video Crew in Baltimore Maryland

Metro Teleproductions Inc (MTI) supplied a video crew for a job in Baltimore Maryland.

This was a 2 camera shoot for Edelman Chicago, MTI supplying 2nd camera Jamie Sides and a Canon C300 Mark II. Steve Epstein supplied audio.  The job involved an interview and B Roll. Oliver Peng was the lead DP. Lite Panels were used for the interview and accompanying B Roll for the full day shoot.

The interview was shot at 17 Witherspoon Rd in Baltimore. The tech scout was completed the day before the actual shoot.

Catie Connor was the producer on site for Edelman Chicago. Hair & makeup (Starmakeup studio) and a PA (Ron Liu) were also part of the crew on site. MTI was contracted by Assignment Desk out of Chicago. The audio on the shoot included the standard mixer, boom and lavalier microphones. MTI has worked with Assignment Desk on a variety of video production jobs over the past 5 years

The end client on the job was Taltz. Taltz (ixekizumab) is a biologic injection for patients with moderate to severe plaque psoriasis (PsO) or active psoriatic arthritis (PsA). This was a patient story for the company.

MTI supplies video production which can include video and camera crews across the DMV region.  We are now in our 30th year of operation and also provide live streaming for Facebook and YouTube as well as multi camera switching.  In addition MTI produces videos for Fortune 500 companies, associations and  non-profits.

Assignment Desk Works is a Media Services Content Company, they supply Directors of Photography, Audio Technicians, Field Producers, Grips, Gaffers, Makeup Artists, Still Photographers and Teleprompter Operators as well as Editors.  To contact Assignment Desk call 312-464-8600 | 800-959-3375 

Edelman has more than 60 offices nationwide including offices in New York, Chicago, Washington and Los Angeles.

Video Services for Johns Applied Physics NASA NEWSER – NEW HORIZONS & ULTIMA THULE ROCK

MTI wants to salute all our friends who work at Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory. Metro Teleproductions Inc, has worked with JHUAPL for the past 15 years supplying video services ,this week the focus is on the space probe New Horizons, which last night flew by Ultima Thule, an icy rock floating about a billion miles beyond Pluto.  At over four billion miles from Earth, Ultima Thule is the most distant object ever explored (by Earthlings, at least). 

A huge shout out to John Obrien, Neil Reubenstein, Ben Wong, David Vespoint , Jim Harris some of the great staffers at JHU APL who we have provided Video Production over the past 15 years. Depending on the situation MTI will provide production personnel or video equipment depending on the type of job. MTI is celebrating its 30th year of operations in the Washington DC, Maryland and Virginia region

Today was a final press conference at the Kossiakoff Center In Laurel, Md.

              



From CNN:
Mission scientists from NASA and the Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory have confirmed that the New Horizons spacecraft conducted a flyby of Ultima Thule, a Kuiper Belt object that’s a billion miles beyond Pluto.
Although the flyby occurred at 12:33 a.m. ET on Tuesday, the spacecraft is so far from Earth that the “phone-home” signal didn’t reach us until about 10:30 a.m. ET.
Mission scientists were relieved about the success because there was only one chance to get it right as New Horizons screamed past Ultima at 31,500 miles per hour. This incredible feat was possible because thousands of operations on the spacecraft worked in sync.

“We’ve just accomplished the most distant flyby,” mission operations manager Alice Bowman said. “This science will help us understand the origins of our solar system.”
New Horizons has also sent back a first look at Ultima Thule — taken from half a million miles out, so pardon the pixels.
This is the best look scientists have ever had at Ultima. Before, they saw it as only a single pixel.
 

Video Production for Luntz Global with Senator Orrin Hatch

Metro Teleproductions Inc.   provided video production for noted pollster/consultant Dr. Frank Luntz  https://www.luntzglobal.com/ who interviewed retiring Senator Orrin Hatch (R-Utah).  The interview was recorded in the Russell Senate Office Building in Washington DC.  The MTI camera crew used Panasonic AGDVX 200’s with Sachtler Tripods. One shot was a tight shot of Hatch, the other was a safe wide.  The MTI video crew consisted of lead videographer Tony Winthrop and 2nd cameraman Shawn Chadwick.  Ryan Houseman was the audio engineer. Due to a very tight schedule the crew was set up and ready to go for an early morning interview in 40 minutes. Many thanks to Alexis Soper for making sure that our crew was admitted in to Russell Office Building quickly ! Metro Teleproductions Inc (MTI) currently in its 29th year of operation, provides video services in the District, Maryland and Virginia. We specialize in fast set ups anywhere in the DMV. 

#video production, #Luntz Global, #Camera Crews

Luntz Global  supplies brand building and narrative development, product positioning and marketing, reputation and issue management, crisis communications, employee engagement,  ad testing/creation and media. relations/training. Luntz Global Clients include; CBS, HBO, Paramount, AARP, New York Yankees, NASCAR, Delta.   
 Luntz describes his specialty as “testing language and finding words that will help his clients sell their product or turn public opinion on an issue or a candidate”.He is also an author of business books dealing with communication strategies and public opinion. Luntz’s current company

MTI  has provided camera crews on the hill since its inception in 1989. The key to a successful Capitol Hill shoot is establishing a key contact, because each building is different in terms of when and where the crew can enter. Parking is always a challenge and you have to factor in dropping off equipment close to the location of where you are shooting and then putting the vehicles in a garage, normally in Union Station