The 2015 Telly Awards recognizes StoryCatchers Media as a winner of a Telly Award in the Online Video category. With nearly 12,000 entries from all over the world, this is truly an honor.
The winning video is a marketing video StoryCatchers Media produced for ARCM Roofing. ARCM is a top roofing company in the Denver-metro area. This video showcased how ARCM stands out from their competitors, by using drones to help homeowners better understand what their roof looks like as well as giving customers free, upgraded-materials to improve their roofs.
The Telly Awards is a premier award honoring outstanding TV commercials and programs, the finest video and film productions, and online commercials, video and films. Winners represent the best work of the most respected advertising agencies, television stations, cable operators, and video production companies in the world.
A prestigious judging panel of over 500 accomplished industry professionals judged the competition, upholding the historical standard of excellence that Telly represents. The judges evaluated entries to recognize distinction in creative work – entries do not compete against each other – rather entries are judged against a high standard of merit.
This is the first time StoryCatchers Media entered the Telly Awards.
Every business wants to differentiate itself from competitors. And that’s where a video can be very effective because it can bring what’s unique about your business to life.
Many businesses have special products, excellent customer service, or great rates compared to their competitors. A video can easily demonstrate all of this. Unlike text, video shows and tells what your company does best. This allows potential customers to better understand and see why they should do business with you.
A professional video production company can help you do this. Using their experience and expertise they will show you what looks good in a video and produce it so it’s compelling for a viewer to watch. At the same time, these professionals also know how to capture the moments that make your business special.
So, if you want your business to stand-out from competitors, try using the power of video.
Here’s an example of how a roofing company separated itself from the dozens of other roofing companies in the Denver-metro area.
ARCM Roofing Inc. specializes in residential, commercial, and industrial roofing services. They use state-of-the-art equipment including drones to help you get the roof you need. Their focus is customer service and as you will see they go above and beyond to make all their customers happy.
StoryCatchers Media played an integral role in the largest awarded jury verdict in a medical malpractice case in Colorado history.
Colorado Super Lawyer, Jim Puga, with Leventhal & Puga P.C., obtained a $17.8 million dollar verdict for his client against Children’s Hospital Colorado from a jury in Arapahoe County.
StoryCatchers Media created several videos for this case including a Day-In-The-Life video.
The case involved a then four-day-old baby named Naomi Pressey. She was born with a common congenital heart defect, which can be easily repaired with surgery. However, before she even had the surgery, baby Naomi arrested on the operating table. She could not be resuscitated for 33-minutes and suffered a severe hypoxic ischemic brain injury, resulting in cerebral palsy, among other conditions.
Naomi’s life changed forever after she arrested and attorney Jim Puga claims Naomi went into a cardiac arrest because of a medication error. Puga says Children’s Hospital Colorado staff gave Naomi the wrong dose of prostaglandin, which is a medication that Naomi needed until she could have surgery.
StoryCatchers Media created a Day-In-The-Life video about now seven-year-old Naomi. She suffers from significant intellectual disabilities, cognitive impairments, as well as serious gross and fine motor skill impairments. Throughout her life she will require 24/7 care and supervision. Her parents have also had to significantly change their lives because of the care their daughter requires. This video shows some of what Naomi and her family go through on a daily basis.
StoryCatchers also produced other videos showing Naomi’s educational and physical disabilities. The jury was able to get an inside look into Naomi’s tutoring session. This video demonstrated Naomi’s struggles to hold a pencil, write and understand basic shapes and colors. The physical therapy video illustrated Naomi’s physical limitations including walking, kicking a ball and running.
Find out how StoryCatchers Media can help you win your next case. Contact us for your next legal video.
Cisco commissioned Redshift Research to conduct the survey of more than 1,300 global respondents. Top findings include:
87 percent of young executives say they would choose to work for a video-enabled organization over a company that has not invested in business-class video communications, because the video-enabled organization “cares about using technology to fuel business growth.”
Three out of five young executives say they will rely more heavily on business-class video during the next five to 10 years.
94 percent of those organizations with less than 400 employees value video as a way to break down language barriers in the increasingly global marketplace.