Adweek Radio: Video Producers Keep Content Coming During Covid-19

From innovative commercial shoots to John Krasinski's Some Good News

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This week's episode looks at how creatives are giving back to the community in the time of coronavirus. Dianna McDougall
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In this week’s episode of Adweek Radio, we’re diving into how video production is getting done during Covid-19.

Despite stay-at-home orders and lockdowns, commercial production is still getting done. Brands have messages to get out, and production companies are more than willing to get to work. But innovating and adapting are key.

We talked with Eli Ash and Meagan Maudsley from Mustache agency about how they’ve pivoted to remote recording for clients. We also talk with Ryan Gill, CEO of Communo, about how the platform facilitated the digital video quarantine hit Some Good News with John Krasinski.

You can listen to the podcast here on Adweek or on the podcast player of choice.


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@joshochos joshua.rios@adweek.com Josh is a video producer at Adweek.
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