Exceptional pre-production sales and service is enabling our hospitality AV group – named ‘Best AV Provider’ in Ohio – to bring revenue-generating differentiation to hotels.
Watch this behind-the-scenes video to see how we continued to execute weekly productions of a popular game show during the height of the pandemic.
What’s your “new normal” look like? Our COVID-19 lobby video outlines important coronavirus safeguards for employees and visitors. We designed it to be easily adapted for our clients’ use too!
Is it realistic to think you can still sustain strong connections with audiences, colleagues, and students right now? Yes, you can actually deepen them, in fact, if you know how to do it right. Streaming is a necessary new way of life — anywhere, anytime, at any budget level.
In this episode, we share production innovations for any resource you have at the ready — whether an iPhone or an Arri cinema camera — along with some exciting post-production and visual effects developments.
“What’s truly essential” is worth analyzing more deeply these days. Since 1984, the company has defined it in business-like terms, based on shifting client production needs.
Two events over the past 20 years have had the most impact on the company. One was scary and the other existential.
The Great Recession was the first event. Some of Mills James’ competitors washed out quickly, especially those with unreliable cashflow, weak balance sheets, or too much dependence on one client.
Y2K. A computer bug caused the world to fear the internet would crash on January 1, 2000. And all of Mills James’ millions of dollars’ worth of computer tech would go with it.
Cameron has dyslexia, a diagnosis he didn’t receive until he was 36 years old. “My first-grade teacher called me stupid, so I thought I was. But as I grew up, I learned to identify my talents,” Cameron reflected.
The Columbus production world in the 80s was just like today, kinda. Long days and late nights for sure, but the technical issues were analog, and the carryout came from Frisch’s Big Boy or GD Ritzy’s unless you were flush enough for a business dinner at the Jai Lai, a Woody Hayes favorite.