Stuart became interested in film as far back as elementary school, and began making his own short films in high school. Once Stuart started working hands-on with film production at University, his passion became more than apparent. Stuart’s sense of pacing and talent for bringing life to graphics makes him an ideal leader for our post-production department. With Stuart’s broad range of talents and ability to effectively realize the clients wishes, he continually creates high quality projects that exceed demands.
Education: Graduated with a Bachelor of Fine Arts (BFA) in Integrated Media, at Ontario College of Art & Design (OCAD) Favorite Films: Monte Python’s The Meaning of Life, Clockwork Orange & The Dark Knight Favorite project at Keywest:Method “I really enjoyed working on the intense animation process for this project”. Favorite aspect of the job: “Telling a story”
Stuart Steinberg: Senior Producer – Key West Video Inc.
Key West Video Inc. is an Award Winning Full-Service Corporate Video Production Company in Toronto. Having worked at Key West Video for over ten years, Stuart has grown the Key West Video and has created a distinct work ethic, that our clients very much appreciate.
Key West Video produces high-quality corporate videos with our client’s needs in mind, and our clients are always put first. Key West Video is known for its excellent customer service, flexibility, fast turnaround times, and for being a fun working experience for our clients.
From working with large corporations like TransCanada to small businesses, non-profits, and startups, Key West Video enjoys working with all types of clients. Key West Video tries to find the best production value for your budget, no matter how big or small your business is.
Here are some new online videos stats from Reel Seo, the best source for online video news.
Here are some highlights from the video and what it means for corporate video:
15% of TV Guide respondents watch 6 or more hours of online video a week that’s up from 4% at the start of 2011!
What this means — online video continues to explode and it is becoming impossible for companies to ignore it.
Jungroup.com says that funny videos drive video engagement 3 times more than regular videos, and that celebrity video actually drive less engagement.
What this means — Spend money on comedians not celebrities.
Videos that are longer than 1 minute account for 49% of all social views on the internet.
What this means — Tim from Reel Seo feels this means not to go too short with your videos, well I think he missed the analysis on this one. I read it as 51% of all social views videos are under 1 minute. Keep you videos short.
Ages 12-17 have increased online video viewing by 48% in 2011.
What this means — the future will be used to watching videos online.
Android users watch more video than ipod/ipad users.
What this means — build mobile video for android and iphone at the same time.
12% of online video viewers watch videos on gaming consoles.
What this means — People are getting use to watching online video on their TV sets. This means compression quality will matter even more. It also mean the launch of web enabled TVs from Google, Apple and others.
Vidcaster is enabling you to build a website from your YouTube channel for free
What this means — I have yet to try this out, but I will and get back to you with a review.