Video says so much more than words.
It energises a story and brings it to life. It allows an audience to engage and relate to the story and characters. And above all else, it has the power to draw emotion. And emotion is the key to getting an audience to truly engage with your brand, product, service or cause.
A web video series or doumentary gives you the chance to build a relationship with an audience, as well as trust and a true understanding of what you are trying to portray.
Below are several case studies where clients have effectively used the power of video.
“Winning a Logie for our coverage of last year’s Melbourne Cup is reward for what I believe is the best coverage of Horse Racing anywhere in the world.”Saul Shtein, Head of Sport - 7 Network
“Your crew on Sunday night were terrific to work with and I was absolutely delighted with the process and the outcome of the VNR.. The voiced video package was also excellent – yesterday it was the most watched video on the smh.com.au website!”Simon Lloyd, Access PR
“Our clients love the fact that they can reach all of Australia with their message quickly, efficiently and cost effectively. I couldn’t recommend The Media Game highly enough”Prue MacSween, Verve Communications
Our Case Studies
Microsoft Australia – Ignite
The Media Game had a crew and edit suite on site for all four days, delivering a daily highlights reel within an hour of the event finishing each day.
The Media Game was commissioned to showcase their innovative thinking and the roles the people in their organization play in making a difference to many lives every day.
The Wheel.I.Am story featured on Channel 7’s Sunrise program.
The Media Game came up with a concept for News Travels Fast. A series of short news updates on great tourism ideas from Australia, predominantly supporting small tourism businesses and operators.
As a six-part series, it was crucial to keep the cost realistic. So, this series was produced, filmed and edited by a team of 3. The small crew and kit enabled us to move rapidly anywhere in Australia at the direction of Tourism Australia to capture great tourism stories.
The series was used and shown extensively throughout the world.
Men Of League Documentary
It is an even more remarkable story when you consider that the men who founded it played in the most brutal and toughest era of rugby league – the 1960s and 70s.
The respect and love they have for their former rivals and team mates is truly inspiring.
The documentary was commissioned by the Men Of League and its principle sponsor AMP.
It aired extensively on Fox Sports Australia.