Locally produced video doesn't have to look locally produced.

The team at Osborne Media has a proven track record of delivering big city production values, priced for small business. Whether you need a :30 TV spot or a 20-minute employee training video, we work with our clients to develop impactful videos that get results.

Video ProductionFirst, we start with a one-on-one consultation to determine what your goals are for the project and develop initial ideas. We advance and refine those into a script or storyboard, depending on the scope of the project. And though we believe an outside perspective is valuable, we respect that no one knows your business better than you do. We will never force an idea that doesn't represent you or your brand.

From there, your project moves into the planning stage. We coordinate schedules, book actors, and secure any locations,  all the while involving you in the decision-making process as much or as little as you choose.

On the day of the shoot, you may be surprised at how we make capturing compelling images remarkably uncomplicated. Though we utilize cinema-grade cameras and high-quality audio recording, it's the expertise of the eyes and ears operating them that truly makes the product. We've studied the crafts of composition, lighting and sound design, so that everything looks and sounds the way you imagined it.

The edit is where the magic truly happens. We've logged thousands of hours sitting behind the edit bay, mastering techniques in timing and audio mixing. Watch as your logo comes to life with a custom animation. We finish it off with a smooth, professional color grade that gives your project the signature "pop" Osborne Media is known for.

Our experience in video production has resulted in more than seven million views for Maine brands. The work has been featured on NBC Nightly News, PBS NewsHour, Late Show with Stephen Colbert, Gawker, Huffington Post US & UK, MSN, The Blaze, The Today Show, UK Telegraph, Yahoo and VH1.

A video for your business produced by Osborne Media will demand to be noticed.