College of the Holy Cross : Spotlight Videos

Client

College of the Holy Cross
Worcester, MA

Project

Web Videos

Pagano Media shoots and edits 1-2 minute monthly videos with motion graphics for The College of the Holy Cross featuring student, program, and event spotlights. Videos are featured on the college website and populated on Youtube and Vimeo.

www.holycross.edu

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For more than three years Pagano Media has been a partner with the Office of Public Affairs at the College of the Holy Cross in conceptualizing, filming, and editing nearly two dozen short 'spotlight' videos featuring our students, faculty, alumni, and senior administrators. During that time, the Pagano team has demonstrated time and again, their creativity, strategic communication skills, technical expertise, and ability to work with a wide range of people in our community—from students to faculty to members of the Board of Trustees.
In a separate and high visibility project, we worked with Pagano Media on conceptualizing and presenting a multimedia tribute to our retiring president. Along with a video combining interviews with key consituents and images from the president's tenure, Pagano designed all aspects of the presentation, which was debuted at a black-tie dinner for 400 donors and friends, and subsequently shared at campus events and via web and email communications.
We trust Pagano Media to tell our story; and further, to work in complete partnership with us. Before any project begins, they listen and ask insightful questions about goals and objectives. They do their homework. They meet deadlines. In the editing process, they are respectful and responsive as the finished footage is fine-tuned to capture all the subtleties of the story. Since working with Pagano Media, we have seen a significant increase in web traffic by alumni and prospective students, our two key external audiences. Our collaboration with Pagano Media has brought the College's web and digital communications to a new level of vitality and sophistication.

Ellen Ryder,
Director of Public Affairs