Corporate Video Concepts, a division of High Heat Media, is proud to announce that the company has won two Telly Awards. In its 32nd year, the Telly Awards honor the very best video and film productions. The awards were won for a holiday video on behalf of Tiffany & Co. and a corporate documentary for Brooks Brothers. The announcement was made today by Jay Zellman and Matthew Marcus, Executive Producers at Corporate Video Concepts.
The 2010 Holiday Video produced with Tiffany & Co., was themed “One Relationship at a Time,” a heartfelt and inspirational video that proved to be a perfect way to kick off the holiday season.
Corporate Video Concepts worked with Brooks Brothers to produce “Generations of Pride: The Story of Saxxon.” The corporate documentary showcased the high-end New Zealand wool that this iconic brand uses in their clothing. The video was used as an associate educational tool as well as a web marketing vehicle.
“We are honored to have won these awards,” said Zellman. “We are proud to have worked hand-in-hand with the executives at Tiffany & Co. and Brooks Brothers to create pieces that are representative of their historic brands.”
Corporate Video Concepts, Inc. is a division of High Heat Media, a full-service entertainment and marketing production company that currently has several television properties in development with top tier talent.
With offices in New York and Los Angeles, CVC is a boutique agency which specializes in the creation of customized marketing, communications and training videos as well as the production of live events.
The principals, Jay Zellman and Matthew Marcus each bring nearly 20 years of experience to the business and a clientele that has included Fortune 500 companies, retail chains, public relations and advertising agencies, financial institutions, medical facilities as well as companies within the entertainment industry. Their diverse productions have enhanced brand awareness, trained and informed employees and driven sales. Recent clients have included Tiffany & Co., Brooks Brothers, The Children’s Place, Maidenform, Hill & Knowlton and Warnaco. For more information go to video-productions.com