In celebration of the 20th Anniversary of the United Nations’ International Year of the Family, in 2014, FTP Media was commissioned to direct and produce a long-format video featuring interviews with three families. Bob Cowan of CHCH Hamilton conducted the interviews on behalf of Our Kids Network, a Halton-wide partnership of organizations and agencies serving children and youth.
In 2013, FTP Media was commissioned to produce a series of web video testimonials promoting the new online data portal for Our Kids Network, a Halton-wide partnership of agencies and organizations that serve children and youth. Click here to view the testimonials and to learn more about this powerful doorway to information about Halton children, youth, and families. For more information about Our Kids Network, please visit their website at: www.ourkidsnetwork.ca.
“Our Human Rights” is a video recently produced for the Milton Community Resource Centre.
In 2010, nextMEDIA called upon FTP Media to provide media coverage of the 2010 Canadian New Media Awards. Hosted by etalk co-anchor Ben Mulroney, the event concluded the annual nextMEDIA conference and recognized the achievements of many entrepreneurs and innovators in the digital media sector.
To help launch Indigo’s new blog, FTP Media was hired to shoot a “play date” with a dozen pre-school and school-age children, all brought in to the Indigo corporate headquarters in downtown Toronto to have fun testing out toys from Chapters Indigo. A series of four short videos were produced from that half-day shoot, each posted online blog.indigo.ca,and available for viewing via the in-store kiosks at Indigo Books & Music.
FTP Media was hired for a one-year contract to consult on and digitally archive Bruce Mau Design‘s entire body of work, firstly by taking more than 8 terabytes of offline digital media assets (located on hundreds of CD- and DV-ROMs) and transferring them to the BMD servers. Then, through a process of cataloguing all materials, FTP established a comprehensive, locally-based media archive. As a result of this lengthy and detail-oriented process, many items representing significant areas of client work were now available internally, allowing the design firm the means to access and showcase their extensive body of work and develop a complete website redesign.