New Promotional Video Service for Michigan Libraries! Are you looking for a way to help promote your library on Facebook, Twitter, YouTube or your website?
As you may know, our company, Program Source International, has been offering our lecture services to Libraries for over 15 years. Since we are also a Video Production Company of 25 years doing research on Michigan Town Histories, we decided to offer an opportunity for you to create with us a 3 to 5 minute and a longer 15 minute documentary following a timeline of your Library’s history. This video can be used on your website, Facebook, Twitter and Youtube. It could also be designed and used as a promotional video for your current services and to encourage support for the library.
This professionally produced presentation, with narration and music, would include photographs of your library’s early days, scenes of groundbreakings, interiors and exteriors, book count and numbers served in various years, programs offered, volunteers and Friends of the Library, when computers arrived and closing with the current library structure, programs and services. We would come and shoot new video scenes of interior and exteriors to be used with the narration. When the video is completed and approved, we will format it in .h264 HD playback for uploading to YouTube. If you don’t have a YouTube channel, we can upload and host it on ours, then provide you with the link and embed code for wherever you want to post it.
In summary, we have created 20 Michigan Town Histories in DVD format, with more than 20,000 copies in circulation. These town videos included the early histories of their libraries, hospitals, schools and churches. We are very familiar with the services of Libraries and in recent years made an 11 minute promotional video for the Bloomfield Township Library in Bloomfield Hills for their last expansion program.
We hope you have enjoyed seeing our short preview of segments from the Hoyt Library in Saginaw and the Bloomfield Township Public Library in the metro Detroit area. Please give us a call if you are interested in telling the story of your Library and promoting your services to the community.