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Event Video Posted in Record Time

The Baseball Reliquary held its 21st annual Shrine of the Eternals induction ceremony on July 14, 2019 at the Pasadena Central Library, Pasadena, California. Honorees included the 2019 Hilda Award recipient Ralph Carhart, and the 2019 Tony Salin Memorial Award recipient Bob Busser. Chris Epting delivered the Keynote Address. The inductees were Billy Beane (accepted by Zak Basch), Lisa Fernandez, and J.R. Richard.

Two days later, Loren Roberts and Hearken Creative had already edited the entire event, and posted it to YouTube. Editing and posting quickly makes for better fan/user engagement, and the video has already been watched dozens of times in the past few weeks.

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Baseball Reliquary videos published

We have a multi-year relationship with The Baseball Reliquary, a sort of “people’s Baseball Hall of Fame.” Not only do we film many of their events (such as the one below), we set up their YouTube channel and have begun populating it with archival footage that the Reliquary has provided to us. Pretty fun, right?

Check out the video, and enjoy some of most fantastic baseball music that you have ever heard, courtesy of 2018 inductee Nancy Faust!

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Museum video for the win

We have been working with the Los Angeles Maritime Museum for years, but we are just now beginning to explore how video can help them market the wonderful little museum on the Los Angeles Waterfront.

To that end, we applied for a grant to produce a video specifically on the history of Terminal Island. This is a Ken Burns-style short piece:

And, since there are a lot of Spanish-speaking people in Southern California, we decided to do it in Spanish:

And then I did a quick 30-second “welcome” for the Museum’s YouTube page. Our thinking is that this could also be used as a cheap 30-second commercial spot for cable and local-access channels:

We are happy, the client is ecstatic, and we’re looking for the next video project to promote the Museum. Very exciting!