Tevelady MEDIA provides high quality video which will reflect the high quality of your business.
Video engages clients more effectively than just using written words to tell a story.

DRTV Spot – Covenant House COVID-19

Tevelady MEDIA continues to produce engaging and relevant video content for Covenant House. During the COVID-19 crisis, homeless teens are especially vulnerable to the virus. Covenant House is providing shelter, food and medical care to young people who are forced to live on the streets because they do not have a safe home. The beds are full, cots are being brought in to support the need and no child will ever be turned away. This new DRTV spot focuses on the urgent need to support Covenant House while they are protecting homeless youth from the devastating effects of COVID-19. When brands recognize the importance of connecting with consumers in a crisis situation, Direct Response TV Advertising can be very impactful. A commercial produced by Tevelady MEDIA is essential for a brand’s TV marketing campaign to be successful.

PSA – Covenant House COVID-19 (15 seconds)

Tevelady MEDIA produces Public Service Announcements (PSAs) to generate awareness of important issues for clients. During the COVID-19 crisis, Covenant House wants to be sure people know just how dangerous it is for homeless teens to be on the street. PSAs can be 60, 30 or even 15 seconds. Each requires its own strategy to get the proper messaging across in a limited amount of time. In this 15-second PSA Tevelady MEDIA produced for Covenant House, impactful lyrics and video with accompanying text disseminates information quickly and efficiently.

PSA – Covenant House COVID-19 (60 seconds)

Tevelady MEDIA produces Public Service Announcements (PSAs) to generate awareness of important issues for clients. In this 60-second PSA Tevelady MEDIA produced for Covenant House, music, video and voice-over convey important information about an urgent community issue. During the COVID-19 crisis, Covenant House wants to be sure people know just how dangerous it is for homeless teens to be on the street. PSAs can be 60, 30 or even 15 seconds. Each requires its own strategy to get the proper messaging across in a limited amount of time.

PSA – Covenant House COVID-19 (30 seconds)

Tevelady MEDIA produces Public Service Announcements (PSAs) to generate awareness of important issues for clients. Our 30-second PSA created for Covenant House shows the urgency of a problem and conveys information. During the COVID-19 crisis, Covenant House wants to be sure people know just how dangerous it is for homeless teens to be on the street. PSAs can be 60, 30 or even 15 seconds. Each requires its own strategy to get the proper messaging across in a limited amount of time.

DRTV Spot – Covenant House Amazing Grace

Developing direct response television campaigns is an area of expertise for us at Tevelady MEDIA. Our years of DRTV marketing and advertising prowess, combined with our storytelling skills, provides our clients with an impactful opportunity to expand their message to a large viewing audience. In this powerful two-minute TV spot we produced for Covenant House, their first foray into the DRTV space in the U.S., people around the country are pledging to help youth facing homelessness. There are many components to a DRTV campaign in addition to the commercial — from call centers to free gifts to buying the right media. We’ve got every step covered.

Meet Lissa Jewelry

A signature video on the homepage of your website is the perfect way to introduce people to your business. Tell stories, show your product, define your voice and set a tone. The goal is to engage. There are endless possibilities for creating content across all your platforms. Elissa understands the value of using video. She’s a natural and has embraced playing videos throughout the website we redesigned for her at Lissa Jewelry.

Incorporating compelling content, information, videos and photos to any website will drive interest
in everything you have to offer.

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Branded content has become a critical part of the marketing mix. When a client is trying to sell a new product, using video is a must to demonstrate how a product or service actually works. You hire crews and an onsite producer who will ask the proper questions you’ve written, then work with an editor to tell a story featuring real people putting the merchandise to use.

Coaching Diversity

Content can be created anywhere your business is headed, so before you hit the road you want to consult on a video strategy. Discuss the story you want to tell and craft the interview questions to hone in on the message you want to convey. Sometimes a little text, instead of a voice over, will help the narrative.

The Ab Circle

Efficiently and cost effectively reaching the mass market is an important part of marketing campaigns. For Ab Circle, maximum exposure was attained through TV, retail, and ecommerce for this top selling fitness item. Getting the product into consumers hands while making sure we had adequate inventory, focusing on media buying, handling inbound TM operations, establishing proficient customer service, managing the website, and determining the strategy to increase the average order value with ancillary products all resulted in sales exceeding over 1 million units.

Creating video content for every platform builds trust, enhances relationships and drives real business results.

Meghan’s Live From NY

The Tom Coughlin Jay Fund’s annual Champions for Children gala in New York City is a big deal. Helping “families tackle childhood cancer” is the focus of TCJF, as Meghan knows personally. Before the big night of blue carpet interviews, there are also live in studio interviews scheduled in advance of the fundraiser. We know what production elements are needed to make for a good TV segment, starting with the storyteller. Plus, when you have someone like Meghan on your team, you’re going to score all the social media touchdowns!

A Patient’s Story

After Bernard was diagnosed with CUP (cancer of unknown primary), he wanted to share his personal story to help others. Multiple shoots in different cities were part of the storytelling process. Setting up for interviews in his home, at an oncologist’s office and in a clinical lab required some finessing. Working together with his medical team and Rosetta Genomics, an educational and emotional video was created, a social media strategy launched and Bernard’s story appeared on TV and in newspapers.

Men Have Prophylactic Mastectomies Too

Writing a press release and pitching a story about something many people have never heard about is another challenge we welcome. Like when we connected Dr. Don with Dr. Max. We’re so grateful to Don for his willingness to share his personal BRCA story in front of the camera. Being on location for the shoot, and having a link with content for distribution across multiple platforms (for two brands in one piece) helps get even more exposure for an important message.

Juice Up

We all know a healthy lifestyle is crucial to healthy living, so bringing a cold press juicer to market was a no-brainer. Launching this product in a 30 minute commercial seemed the perfect way to educate consumers on the many benefits of juicing. Demonstrating how easy it is to create deliciously satisfying liquid treats was the fun part! Developing the script, selecting the talent and location, managing the budget, ensuring beautiful food displays, and launching on national broadcast stations across the country, made the NutriPro a must-have product in every kitchen.

How to Cook the Perfect Grilled Chicken | T-fal OptiGrill Grill’s On

Educational and entertaining video elements help demonstrate the benefits of a new product or service to market. There’s also all the behind the scenes work required. Script development, hiring talent, scouting shoot locations, budget management, shoot oversight, media buying and maximization, order fulfillment/inventory management, website management, and working with the client are all ingredients for a successful campaign. Some of the engaging footage captured during this grill commercial was also repurposed for social efforts and in-store retail displays.