In collaboration with Univentures, Inc., CPM recently developed a series of e-learning modules for Bing Ads customer agents. Bing Ads agents need a variety of soft skills training, in addition to technical training, and CPM delivered both, collaborating on instructional design and Storyline development.
CPM was selected to produce a year-end giving video for Xenos, a Christian Fellowship located in Columbus, Ohio. The project required a day of shooting on-location at Xenos locations, and the mixing in of found images and video, supplied by Xenos. CPM delivered the video in multiple versions.
CPM worked with Pierce Communications to develop a series of media to support the Ohio Department of Mental Health and Addiction Services campaign titled “Be a First Responder.” CPM directed the TV PSAs, directed and edited a Web video and developed an interactive graphic novel.
The graphic novel features real-life scenarios, offers a dozen paths through the “game” and offers two ways to win. Try it out here:
Whoinspiredyou.com is a new Web-based business focused on leadership. “A leader is somebody people follow, somebody who guides or directs others. Spirituality is the search for ‘the sacred,’ where ‘the sacred’ is broadly defined as that which is set apart from the ordinary … and worthy of recognition. Thus Leaderality is the search for people who are worth following.”
CPM interviewed the four partners at their office, editing a Web video for the Home page and a “Behind the Scenes” video for the About Us page. We hope you’ll check out their site and share your story.
Another season of Tetelestai – the musical passion play we’ve been involved with off and on since 1974 – is wrapped. Create.produce:media shot and edited a three-camera full-length video of the show and added footage from acting training and pre-show activity. Next up, we’ll be editing all of the video we shot throughout the season, creating short training videos for other churches interested in producing the play (or just curious as to what it takes to put it on from the first rehearsal to the first show).
BTW, Dave hauled this cross around when he played Jesus. It was heavy – physically and spiritually.