Communicating With Video

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Integrating Video at Your Event

This past fall we had three videos that were either created specifically for a live event or were showcased at one. Here we will breakdown how each was presented and the impact.

Indiana Health Industry Forum

Kristen Cooper, CEO of Indiana Health Industry Forum, was referred to us when she wanted to create a more condensed program by utilizing video to convey various parts of the dinner presentation instead of live speakers. 

"Heather and B. Media House recently put together a short video for our annual members meeting.  Our organization is the trade association for the life science industry here in Indiana and for each meeting, we try to partner with a patient advocacy group in order to help raise awareness of both the disease and the work that is being done in Indiana to help cure and treat patients.  Working on a very short time frame, Heather and her team were able to really capture the best of all of speakers and integrate with outside videos to create a really comprehensive and compelling story of Indiana’s contribution to Alzheimer’s Research.  The video was a key piece of the program and really helped set the stage for our keynote speaker.  Going forward, we plan to use the video to continue to highlight the work of so many Hoosiers to combat neurodegenerative disease.   We couldn’t be happier with the work and professionalism of Heather and her team.  They were great to work with, had lots of ideas, and kept the process moving," Kristin Cooper said. 


The video was a key piece of the program and really helped set the stage for our keynote speaker.

100 Black Men of Indianapolis

We were contacted by the 100 Black Men of Indianapolis to help create a short video that would be shown at their annual fundraising dinner. They wanted a way to connect the children impacted by the organization to potential donors. We shot a series of interviews with the kids and put together this piece. 

"The 100 Black men of Indianapolis enlisted the help of B. Media House to craft visuals for our “Infinite Impact” Annual Fundraising Gala and Awards Dinner. Originally conceived as a series of short videos featuring some of our stellar students to introduce the various segments of the Gala program, the BMH team was especially flexible when our creative brief changed late in the development process. The final product was a beautiful aid to the purpose of the night: to visualize the Infinite Impact our organization makes in the lives of children through our programming every day. The BMH team set up an appropriate space to film with the right equipment to get the job done quickly and skillfully, even stepping in to support the interview process where it made sense. Our guests were treated to a message that stood out from the norm; it was more than a call to action from our leadership, they heard the real, invaluable perspective of our youth.

From start to finish, our experience working with the B. Media House team was great. Heather and her team helped us knock it out of the park. They say, “A picture is worth 1000 words;” BMH created an ideal moving picture to support our more formal words, contributing to our record-setting fundraising numbers during the Gala event. It is easy to see how we will continue to build on this working relationship, " Brent Lyle, 100 Black Men board member, said. 


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100 Black Men of Indianapolis Fundraising Video

The International Center

The International Citizen puts on the International Citizen of the Year award event. The 2017 recipient was the Pacers Foundation and they decided to utilize the video we recently produced for them to educate their attendees with this video. The video was played during the program.


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