As one of the many interns of the Summer 2014 Mind Over Media Intern class, I am happy to say this summer has been an incredible experience. Coming into the summer, I had very few expectations for what an internship at Mind Over Media would look like. However, as I spend my last week finalizing projects and preparing to leave, I have a plethora of lessons learned. Here are five to hopefully shed a light on the Mind Over Media Intern experience:
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Brands and marketing tools that inspire and excite your internal stakeholders as much as your external ones.
Mind Over Media video production won the award for Outstanding Program Series at the 2014 SVG College Sports Media Awards. In a category with nominees from The University of Texas Football-The Longhorn Network and the ACC Football shows from production power Fox Sports South, Mind Over Media's work with Penn State Hockey and the Hockey Valley Series took home the award.
Do you ever feel like your website is stuck between a smartphone and cyberspace? The catch-22 of building your web presence on a budget is that you need to provide an excellent and personal user experience across the digital platforms that your audience is using. You need solutions that will provide the biggest bang for your buck while stretching your dollar as far as you can.
Mind Over Media is proud to announce the broadcast premiere of "Madame Presidenta: Why Not U.S.?".
Tune in to PBS this Saturday, March 29th at 10:00 PM.
There’s no denying the power of video in advertising campaigns. It is proven to increase behavioral changes relative to a specific brand or institution by more than 100%1. It’s no surprise, then, that millions of videos are uploaded to Vine each day and more than 100 hours of video are uploaded to YouTube every minute.2 Mind Over Media’s groundbreaking National Enrollment Communications Study (NECS) confirms the influence that video use in social media has on higher education recruitment campaigns.
Matthew is a big-picture thinker with an impeccable eye for detail, which is why Mind Over Media has put his talents to use on our own marketing strategy as well as our clients. A veteran account manager and marketing consultant, Matthew has years of experience delivering sustained brand growth to clients ranging from non-profit organizations to multi-million dollar corporations. When he’s not revitalizing brands at work, Matthew enjoys renovating and redesigning homes with his wife, Katie.