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RaceTrack picks IEBA for 100th store celebration!

by IEBA on Aug.15, 2013, under CLIENT VIDEOS, Corporate

RaceTrac 100th DFW Store Celebration

RaceTrack has over 600 stores nationwide and when they wanted to really celebrate their 100th store opening in the DFW area, they decided to throw a party– at Cowboys Stadium! This huge event needed an appropriate way to celebrate the history of RaceTrack, convey a message from the company president to DVW employees, and to celebrate the stores and activities of everyone in the DFW area. They chose Anthony Burokas of IEBA Communications to craft a video that did all this, and was entertaining as well.

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We’re building Hope Park!

by IEBA on May.16, 2013, under CLIENT VIDEOS, Non Profit

We're Building Hope Park

When Hope Park Frisco construction began, Anthony Burokas continued his involvement by producing a motivational video that was shared with all the volunteers and with all the future volunteers so they could see the enthusiasm, and the scope of the project – right in the middle of construction. Turned around in just two days, it was shared via social media and e-mail, as well as hosted on the web site for all to view.

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Anthony shoots KPost Roofing Video Series

by IEBA on Mar.20, 2013, under Broadcast, CLIENT VIDEOS, Corporate

KPost Roofing "Fundamentals" — IEBA.com 215-632-3283 – Dallas Video Production

When it came time for Studios121 to pick a videographer to light & shoot the entire series of promotional videos for KPost Roofing, there was a lot of competition, but they picked Anthony Burokas of IEBA Communications.

Anthony provided complete video acquisition services- camera gear and support, all the location lighting and sound, as well as handling all the rooftop location work. He directed the on-location interviews and chose the locations and settings for all of the roofing activity. Getting on the roofs at all required extensive safety training at KPost to ensure both Anthony’s safety, and the safety of everyone else on the job site.

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ARTICLE: What is: IMAG

by IEBA on Sep.06, 2012, under Published Articles

Anthony Burokas produces the TEXO Annual Report with Magic Communications.IMAG is IMage MAGnification. It’s as simple as that. Most often used whenever a person needs to speak to an audience larger than could comfortably sit around him or her. Get to 50, 100+ people and some people will be too far. You’ll need a video camera, a projector and a big screen to help this individual make that direct face-to-face connection with his audience.

But what tools and techniques do you need to use, or be aware of, to pull off a successful IMAG production. You can read more at Streaming Media Producer.


IEBA shows everyone Habitat for Humanity’s McKinney “ReStore”

by IEBA on Feb.14, 2012, under Broadcast, CLIENT VIDEOS, Corporate

Welcome to the McKinney TX ReStore

When it comes to informing the public about something new, there’s no better video tool than video. So when it came time for the Habitat for Humanity’s “ReStore” in McKinney TX to let the public know bout their new location, and all the new things that had been added to their stock, video was the best way to do it. Out of all the video companies throughout the Dallas, Ft. Worth area, IEBA Communications was chosen to produce the new ReStore video. 

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IEBA helps Music Together Dallas promote the Joel Schickman Children’s Music Fund.

by IEBA on Nov.25, 2011, under CLIENT VIDEOS, Non Profit

"Ava" Joel Shickman Children's Music Fund — IEBA.com 215-632-3283 – Dallas Video Production

When Music Together Dallas wanted to highlight the recipients of the Joel Schickman Children’s Music Fund, they turned to Anthony Burokas to craft the videos. They would be shot documentary-style in the home of the recipients. In this case, Ava is a little one year old girl who has cystic fibrosis. The family was gifted with music therapy in the form of classes at Music Together Dallas. They received several entire seasons and this video was to highlight the effects of Music Together on the family and see the family use the music as part of their daily lives.

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REVIEW: Roland VR-5 Audio Video Mixer / USB Streamer

by IEBA on May.01, 2011, under Published Articles

In this age of “one device does everything,” Roland-a name more associated with audio gear than video-has been producing some quite capable video mixers, recorders, and players. The company’s latest mixer, the VR-5, features multiple video inputs, an internal media player, computer input and conversion, a built-in audio mixer, two integrated LCD monitors to see video inputs, output and various device settings, and the ability to internally record your program output while also sending your program to a laptop for streaming-all for an MSRP of $4,995. Sound too good to be true? Well, after working with the VR-5 I can tell you that they pull off nearly all of it with aplomb.
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Shooting corporate video for the American Heart Association, Dallas.

by IEBA on May.01, 2009, under NEWS BITS

HeartASSNbug_0602 Anthony had already worked for The American Heart Association before coming down to Dallas, so when he did arrive here, he was happy to help out again with their “Go Red For Women” campaign.

Anthony shot two days of HD as six women prepared and began a 6-month fitness program to promote heart healthy awareness among women. Four of them were selected to actively blog about their odyssey. (continue reading…)


“Customer Focus” at Merck

by IEBA on Nov.10, 2008, under NEWS BITS

MerkStudioP1000353smThere are experts in certain fields that are sought after for their expertise— and they are quite expensive to secure. So when you get them, you make the most of their presence. This is what we made happen at Merck. A Customer Focus guru was brought in to go over the concepts and principles, as well as provide many enlightening stories. And he did so over the course of a long day when two different departments sat down with him in our E-Learning studio. (continue reading…)


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