Video production

Former newspaper editor now telling stories on screenRestricted Content

July 19, 2014
Anthony Schoettle
Documentary filmmaker Ted Green recently completed production of “Bobby Slick Leonard: Heart of a Hoosier,” a 90-minute documentary that will debut at Bankers Life Fieldhouse July 29.

Angie’s List namesake extends company brand with nationwide how-to segments

May 17, 2014
Chris O'Malley
Chief Marketing Officer Angie Hicks-Bowman spends an hour and a half each month recording consumer-advice segments hat are downloaded by more than 100 television stations around the country and incorporated into their own consumer news segments.

Airport terminal's striking architecture attracts film crews

November 16, 2013
Chris O'Malley
The airport has hosted in the last few years about a dozen shoots, for everything from magazine covers to television commercials to pilots for short films.

Pet show barking to audiences in six states; more markets on tap

November 9, 2013
Chris O'Malley
An Indianapolis-based pets TV show now seen in six states is galloping off in search of new territory—much like a fearless puppy.

Rupert's horror flick to make local-theater debutRestricted Content

October 26, 2013
The short film series “Rupert Boneham’s Frightmares,” produced by locally based Adrenaline Motion Pictures, will have a local debut at 7 p.m. Oct. 29 at Studio Movie Grill.

TrendyMinds building a video production facilityRestricted Content

August 31, 2013
Staff Report
The facility will include a 16-foot cyclorama—a curved wall that presents the illusion of an endless landscape.

Indiana splashes economic message on Times Square

August 29, 2013
 The Statehouse File
The state has taken its economic development efforts to Times Square in New York City, where a couple of 15-second ads promoting Indiana are shown every hour on a 26-foot wide digital screen.

Movie maker endured hardship in quest to capture ancient art of falconry

August 3, 2013
Anthony Schoettle
Eddie Brochin is only the second person to ever film the ancient hunting techniques of Mongolia's eagle masters.

Sharper minds coming to TV production truck?Restricted Content

July 6, 2013
Ball State University next month will launch what’s believed to be the nation’s first-ever digital sports production major.

Art imitates life in commercial based on Kosene family

May 7, 2013
Chris O'Malley
Former Indianapolis filmmaker Alex Kosene bases the story in a local advertising shoot for a Swiss watchmaker on his relationship with his developer dad.

Entrepreneurs vie for invites to reality TV summer camp

May 4, 2013
Dan Human
Twelve lucky entrepreneurs chosen from hundreds of applicants will spend two months this summer in a luxury facility working on bringing new business ideas to market.

Rewind:'s 10 most popular videos of 2012

December 19, 2012
Mason King
Top 10 videos of 2012 watch
                           video iconZipping from the Super Bowl Village to a federal fraud trial, IBJ counts down its most-watched online videos in a year of triumph and retribution.

Local businessmen chronicling high school sports titles

May 30, 2012
Scott Olson
Ray Compton, Mike Jansen and Bob Lovell are using their love of sports to produce and sell DVDs capturing high school sports seasons.

Local PBS station warns of potential scam

February 22, 2012
Scott Olson
WFYI is alerting local organizations and corporate partners about a Florida-based company asking for $20,000-plus to produce programs on not-for-profits that likely would not air on public television, as promised.

Production firm turns out TV shows without leaving state

November 27, 2010
Sam Brattain
Indiana-based MMY Productions, an independent production company that specializes in reality TV, is working on a new show that chronicles action at Terre Haute's Crossroads Raceway.

Sports teams spend millions on latest in digital signageRestricted Content

November 6, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
The omnipresence of electronic devices in today’s society has changed the rules of the game for operators of sports stadiums, triggering an arms race to see who can have the biggest jumbotron, the longest ribbon board and the most eye-popping digital displays.

Local firm helps produce College World Series film

June 5, 2010
 IBJ Staff
The one-hour documentary by the NCAA and Creative Street Entertainment tells the story of the history of baseball’s College World Series.

Bowen Technovation brings educational centers to life

May 22, 2010
Anthony Schoettle
Bowen Technovation has assembled an eclectic group of electrical engineers, journeyman machinists and artists to design exhibits for museums, science centers and planetariums. Computer systems analysts and audio and lighting experts are also part of the mix.

Video firm Bennett Innovations reaches 25 yearsRestricted Content

February 6, 2010
Kathleen McLaughlin
The seven-person production house led by Bruce White counts IUPUI and Rolls-Royce North America among its clients.

Pathway Productions gets new owner, new CEORestricted Content

October 6, 2008
Anthony Schoettle

Pathway Productions, one of the city's highest-profile video production firms, has a new owner, a new CEO and a new plan to blaze a trail to prosperity. Michael Husain, who founded the company from his basement in 1996, earlier this year quietly sold a majority stake to Mays Chemical Co. President William Mays, who in turn named Jerald Harkness the new CEO.


IMS Productions joins Web video networkRestricted Content

January 22, 2007
Anthony Schoettle
IMS Productions, the Indianapolis Motor Speedway's video production arm, has agreed to be one of the primary content providers for The Venice Project, a collaboration of big-name Internet entrepreneurs intent on shaking up the television industry by launching a 30-plus-channel, TV-like network online.
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