E.H. Anderson Public Relations was founded in 2002 in Waco, Texas as a media relations agency. With the changes in the marketing landscape during the agency's first 10 years, services expanded to include video.
Recognizing the role video plays in social networking and marketing today, E.H. Anderson Public Relations is celebrating its 10-year anniversary by marking down video production prices 35 percent through the end of the year.
Beginning today, the agency will shoot and edit a well-paced, one minute, professional video for $975 instead of the regular rate of $1,500. The price cut also applies to shoot-only and edit-only projects.
Bage Anderson is leading the agency's video anniversary campaign. An Emmy award-winning photojournalist, Anderson's 25+ years shooting and editing TV news stories on a daily basis makes him nimble, flexible with quick-turnaround.
Businesses use E.H. Anderson PR's video services for many purposes including videos of public service announcements (PSA), facilities tours, case studies, customer testimonials, training, product demonstrations, CEO messages and sale presentations.
For individuals, the agency produces video montages using existing family photos that, for example, feature a child's life or athletic achievements, which make for one-of-a-kind gifts.
E.H. Anderson PR delivers videos in formats suitable for posting on Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Google+, embedding on a website, on DVD and linking in tweets and emails.
Since launching 10 years ago, E.H. Anderson PR has produced more than 350 videos. Most combine an on-camera interview or footage of an event with existing digital photos, videos or brochures and license-free music.
"Today more than ever, the written and spoken word needs graphics, pictures and motion," said Liz Anderson, E.H. Anderson PR's founder. "Video is an engaging tool that communicates messages in a concise and compelling manner. With the many distribution channels out there today, video is an extraordinary sales and marketing tool when used properly."
In honor of its 10 years, the agency revamped its website to better reflect its social networking and content creation services.