Pagano Media Wins Telly Award for Manufacturing Video Production

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The Telly Awards, the world’s largest honor for video and television since 1979, has announced Pagano Media as a silver winner for the Rand Whitney Manufacturing Video. The Telly Awards saw a record-breaking 13,000 entries this year from across the globe. Entrants are from independent production studios, networks, major brands, and respected organizations, including ESPN, LinkedIn, MTV Entertainment Studios, NASA, and the LA Clippers (NBA).

“The caliber of the work this season has truly reflected the theme of going beyond the frame. Our industry is experimenting with new technologies and crafting compelling stories in multiple mediums,” shares Telly Awards Managing Director Amanda Needham.

The high-energy manufacturing video showcases cost-saving robotics and automation equipment for the largest independent corrugated packaging manufacturer in New England. 

To capture the features of this state-of-the-art, sustainable packaging facility, Pagano seamlessly combines a time lapse shoot over 60 days, interview of key personnel and animated motion graphics

A fast-paced soundtrack with ambient sound effects reinforces the innovative, high-tech processes at work in the facility.

Pagano Media directs, shoots, and edits a dramatic timelapse video for Rand-Whtiney’s new facility.

“Joe and his team were a pleasure to work with. Pagano Media always thought of creative ways to improve our time lapse video,” notes Dan Jensen at Rand-Whitney.

Beautiful video footage requires a mastery of lighting, audio, backdrop, lenses, tracking and tripod techniques, focal length and drawing the best performance out of subjects. The Pagano Media team has over 30 years of experience in video production in Boston and Worcester, MA. Through the years, we have shot award-winning video footage all over the country – and the world.

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