Established in 1984, Mills James is one of the largest independent creative media production companies in the nation, and the range of its services and the diversity of its blue chip clients are truly astounding.
When it comes to virtual meetings it’s not the delivery vehicle that really matters but how the content of the meeting is designed that really counts. At Mills James we have been producing live meetings and corporate marketing and training videos for over 30 years.
Mills James founders Ken Mills and Cameron James sold the remainder of their stock to the company’s Employee Stock Ownership Plan (ESOP), making the creative media company fully owned by its employees.
“We knew in our hearts this was the thing to do,” said Cameron James, CEO, who founded the company in 1984 with partner Ken Mills. “Ken and I believe the best way to reward employees who’ve made an extraordinary effort is to give them a direct stake in their future.”
An event Mills James staged with Kingham Signature Events was honored as Best Non-Profit Event by the ISES Ohio WOW Awards. The event, the 2014 American Red Cross Humanitarian of the Year Awards, won in the category for budgets $85K – $150K and was held on June 7, 2014.
This could have been an article about general trends in video production – affordable 4K cameras, leaner crews, video drones, etc. – but here’s the truth about those trends: none will lead to an ounce more of breakthrough work in the world. There are trends, however, that are leading directly to more breakthrough work. And they all begin with a certain human quality: courage.
You think you’ve learned everything you need to know about HD, then you start hearing about this new television standard called 4K, or Ultra HD. Read on to find out what you should know about Ultra HD.
Remember those colorful Post-it notes? Yellow, orange and blue packets that once covered the conference tables are now relegated to the back office supply cabinet. Well, it may be a great time to revisit those forgotten mini note pads. Even in today’s digital age complete with hundreds of storytelling applications, there’s still nothing like a good old-fashioned brainstorming session designed to put pen to paper — or in this case, Sharpie to Post-it note.