Here’s the last part of our webpage tutorial series! Corey guides you through the new promedialabs.com one last time, this time through the Automotive Database:
Corey’s going to walk you through the Video Database in this week’s promedialabs.com tutorial
Here’s another tour of the new promedialabs.com, this time taking a look at the Audio web page
Propulsion’s Vice President and General Manager Corey Dissin is your virtual tour guide through the Voice Talent web page on the new promedialabs.com
At some companies, the word “intern” is synonymous with “gopher”, where bright-eyed, bushy-tailed students are relegated to photocopying, sorting mail, stuffing envelopes, and getting coffee and food. At other companies, it can get even worse…
At Propulsion Media Labs, we’re proud that our internship program encompasses much more, allowing our interns to make real contributions to the company. Whether it’s assisting our production team, creating their own unique projects, joining the promotion effort, we encourage our interns to take initiative. Our goal is to try to expose our interns to as many aspects of the business as possible.
This spot was created by Audio Producer Scott Spaulding for the North Dakota State Fair. But this isn’t your average state fair, because this one features performances by Kid Rock AND Cheryl Crow!
This radio spot for Camel Beach Resort was created by Senior Audio Producer Tom Trezniowski. “There was a lot of sound design that had to go into this one,” said Tom regarding all of the background ambience. “I had to really think about what exactly was going on at that house.” This spot has a bit of humor in it too. As the spot goes on, the kids go from running in the house to tying up the neighbors to shooting a dog out of a giant slingshot. How did those kids even get a giant slingshot?
Intern, Propulsion Media Labs
Communications, LaSalle University