Clutch Names Reel Big Media as A Top Video Production Company in Rhode Island

Videos are the most effective and efficient way of communicating business offerings and services. There’s just no comparison. Unfortunately, everyone knows this and is investing large portions of their budgets to leverage this medium, making the marketvery competitive. Fortunately, Reel Big Media is always available to teams that need a video boost without having to dedicate their entire budgets to the cause. This approach [read full article]

5 Reasons Your Company Should Have A Culture Video

Ever since the great resignation, companies have tried to lure prospective employees with everything from signing bonuses to over-the-top compensation and vacation packages.  Most HR Departments will tell you that it's gradually becoming harder and harder to distinguish yourself from your competition, especially when every job description essentially looks the same.  It's documented, that the reason why people choose to work at one place [read full article]

Reel Big Media Creates Animated Video for Pig to Human Kidney Transplant

Cumberland, RI - Working alongside the communications team at the University of Alabama at Birmingham, (UAB), and the Doctors at the UAB Marnix E. Heersink School of Medicine, Reel Big Media recently created a custom animated video to explain the first clinical-grade transplant of gene-edited pig kidneys into brain-dead human. The news, featured in the NY Times, USA Today, and other national outlets, highlights [read full article]

Reel Big Media Wins Clutch Award for Stellar Video Productions Services in Rhode Island

Founded in 2007, Reel Big Media has been a company that has been delivering some of the best video production services in the market. From startups to Fortune 500 companies, our team has been able to help different types of companies create award-winning video content. Today, we are looking to share the spotlight with our clients as we receive a prestigious Clutch award this year. [read full article]

Conferences and Tradeshows are Dead… at least for now

Most infectious disease specialists would agree that an international conference is the definition of a potential super-spreader event. An event similar to the Biogen Boston Conference in late February, 2020 that we know know led to over 300,000 cases of Covid-19. So what makes us think Conferences and Tradeshows are going to be a viable networking and sales tool in the near future?  [read full article]

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