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John Bonanni: Secrets of Broadway Theater

  Broadway Stage Manager, John Bonnani shares some war stories about the legendary performances of the Radio City Christmas Spectacular! For more on John visit the links below.. Stage Managing John Bonnani BIO 

John Bonanni: Secrets of Broadway Theater

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How to master the Music Industry

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A Fashionable Event for Autism Awareness

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Jamie Kiley: Technical Director

Jamie Kiley shares how he made his way through the ranks and various positions in the Television industry, from shooting camera in college to Directing Live Network programming.

Jamie Kiley: Technical Director

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Michael Becton

Michael “Horse” Becton shares his process of creating a story concept and turning that into entertaining music in this video segment. For further information on “Horse” and to hear more of his music: Up and Coming: Michael Horse Becton Horseisbrooklyn.com

Michael Becton

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Bill Diamond Productions

  Learn about the wide range of skills Mr. Bill Diamond, founder of Diamond Productions, uses to create his imagination into a reality. Bill took us on a tour of his self built studio to give us just a glimpse of where he gets his inspiration.   DiamondProductions.com Bill Diamond BIO

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Creative Graphics Designer: Matt Swen

Creative Motion Designer Matthew Swensen or “Swen” shares his ability to create print and motion GFX in his own way. Swen is Ferro’s in-house designer and you can see a lot of his work throughout our website, FerroProductions.com Catch Swen on Twitter and Instagram @MattSwen Swen’s BIO To read Swen blogs click here!

Creative Graphics Designer: Matt Swen

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GoPro TimeLapse: NYC Skyline

  Sunset Timelapse of the New York City Skyline shot in Hoboken, N.J. Shot on a GoPro Hero3 “Black Edition”   For more Go-Pro TimeLapse videos, click here!

GoPro TimeLapse: NYC Skyline

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GoPro Timelapse: NYG Practice (high angle)

  TimeLapse of the New York Giants practice facility using the GoPro Hero3. We mounted the camera on one of the team video lifts for all of practice   For more Go-Pro TimeLapse videos, click here!

GoPro Timelapse: NYG Practice (high angle)

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GoPro TimeLapse: Giants Training Camp Live

  Timelapse of the New York Giants Training Camp Live Show, shot everyday at 6pm post practice. The Timelapse was shot using the GoPro Hero3 camera starting from the beginning of the show until the full set was broken down and moved back into the studio.   For more Go-Pro TimeLapse videos, click here!

GoPro TimeLapse: Giants Training Camp Live

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Lisa Marie Latino & Long Shot Productions

  Lisa Marie shares her thoughts on how hard work, determination, and taking risks helped launch her career in the industry of broadcasting television. For more information on Lisa click the links below! Long Shot Productions Lisa’s BIO

Lisa Marie Latino & Long Shot Productions

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RAW Flyover footage: NYG Opening Day

  During the first game of the 2012 NFL season at Metlife Stadium the New York Giants and Major Mike LaPoint conducted a pre-game flyover with 3 UH-BlackHawk Helicopters. Ferro cameraman Frank Scacciaferro had the good fortune of being able to accompany Major LaPoint in the stadiums catwalk to get an EXCLUSIVE look at how this flyover […]

RAW Flyover footage: NYG Opening Day

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Breaking Into the Biz

  Our internship program will provide you with an opportunity to combine your hard earned book learning with some necessary real world experience. Ferro Productions offers one of the most hands-on programs specifically designed to make use of the talent and motivation in every intern. We offer a multitude of exciting opportunities for our interns, […]

Breaking Into the Biz

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The Rise of a Broadcast Executive

  What do the NBA, CNN, CBS and the New York Giants all have in common? Watch this video above to find out the answer! To learn more about Don Sperling click here Don Sperling click here!

The Rise of a Broadcast Executive

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TV: Creative Dimensions Professional Set Design

Founders William Violette and Joel Roy discuss how their set-design company became one of the television industry’s most prestigious names.   For more info on Creative Dimensions click here: Creative Dimensions

TV: Creative Dimensions Professional Set Design

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AUDIO: Giants Opening Day Rehearsal

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MUSIC: Robert “Kool” Bell & the Gang

Go behind the scenes with the founding members of Kool & The Gang, Robert “Kool” Bell & Khalis Bell as they breakdown their hit song “Hollywood Swinging”.

MUSIC: Robert “Kool” Bell & the Gang

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STAGE: Managing a monumental production.

  For almost 40 years, Art McLaughlin has been a pioneering member in the entertainment business.  Mr. McLaughlin  currently works as the Tour Manger, Production Manager, Road Manager, Lighting Director, and Video Director for the show Golden Boys , which has been on the road since 1985.   Ferro Productions had the privilege of catching up with Art for […]

STAGE: Managing a monumental production.

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Robotic Rick and the State of the Union

Rick Cypher, robotics camera operator is a seasoned vet in the production industry, specifically covering live events. In this segment Rick discusses the challenges and techniques he used and overcame while working President Obama’s State of the Union address.

Robotic Rick and the State of the Union

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Ken Kelsch: DSLR Rigs

  Ken Kelsch discusses the value of a focus dedicated monitor, along with exposure considerations

Ken Kelsch: DSLR Rigs

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MUSIC: Performing on the world’s BIGGEST stages

  Watch and learn as world renowned Keyboardist and Synth Programmer, Dave Rosenthal, shares about his work experiences with Cindy Lauper and also discusses how he learned his craft.   Related Stories  The Pioneers of Digital

MUSIC: Performing on the world’s BIGGEST stages

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John Bonanni: Stage Managing

  Veteran Stage Mangager John Bonanni gives us a backstage pass to how he operates in the exciting world of live theatre and how he manages to keep his cool while managing actors, music, and lighting cues throughout the show.   Click here to learn more about Mr. Bonanni  

John Bonanni: Stage Managing

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CAMERA: Rick Cypher and “The Fighter”

Industry veteran Rick Cypher has spent the last 30 years of his life working as a Director of Photography. Listen as he discusses his on-set experiences with Mark Wahlberg while filming “The Fighter” and find out why Mr. Cypher was the perfect man for the job.   Other Stories about Rick Behind The Lens: Rick […]

CAMERA: Rick Cypher and “The Fighter”

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STAGE: How to get to Sesame Street

Learn about Dr. Loretta Long: Singer, Actor, Educator, and Original Cast Member of Sesame Street.

STAGE: How to get to Sesame Street

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Ken Kelsch: Cinematographer

Cinematographer and Director of Photography, Ken Kelsch shares what goes into his everyday life on set and his unique experience shooting in Africa. For More about Ken: Ken’s Insider Blogs  

Ken Kelsch: Cinematographer

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Ken Kelsch: Directors Frank & Abel

  Ken chatting with two Directors Frank Rainone and Abel Ferrara on set.

Ken Kelsch: Directors Frank & Abel

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Ken Kelsch: Damien Gonzales, Gaffer

Damien Gonzales shares his knowledge of electricity on the set.

Ken Kelsch: Damien Gonzales, Gaffer

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Ken Kelsch: Sound with Anton Gold

  Anton Gold shares some of his wisdom on location sound.

Ken Kelsch: Sound with Anton Gold

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Ken Kelsch: “Key Grip” Keith Gordon

  Ken discusses the responsibilities of a “Grip” on a film set with Key Grip, Keith Gordon.

Ken Kelsch: “Key Grip” Keith Gordon

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Ken Kelsch: Focus Puller Corey Gegner

  Working with Ken Series. Corey Gegner Focus Puller on “Welcome to New York” discusses working with the Arri Alexa.    

Ken Kelsch: Focus Puller Corey Gegner

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Ken Kelsch: Adding Filtration on DSLRs

  Ken Kelsch, ASC talks matte box, filtration,and “the cool factor” on his DSLR rig.

Ken Kelsch: Adding Filtration on DSLRs

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Ken Kelsch: DSLRs Part II

  Ken Kelsch shares production values, and thoughts on focus assist accessories for DSLRs.

Ken Kelsch: DSLRs Part II

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Ken Kelsch: Video Blog Intro

  Ken on his career, influences, being a Director of Photography and his entrance into the world of no budget documentaries with his DSLR.   More of Kens Video blogs  Ken Kelsch BIO

Ken Kelsch: Video Blog Intro

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AUDIO: SiriusXM Insider

Steve Cohen, the Grand Wizard of SiriusXm satellite radio, sat down with us to discuss the talk radio boom and the advancements in technology as they both molded modern day radio and his career. Some bonus footage from behind the scenes at the Hard Rock Café-Times Square at the annual SiriusXM Fantasy Football Celebrity Draft

AUDIO: SiriusXM Insider

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Cinematography for TV and Film

Award winning Cinematography veteran Alex Aurichio, explains his various roles and responsibilities of being a camera operator in the world of Film and Television production. For more on Alex click here

Cinematography for TV and Film

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LIGHTING: George Greczylo & Ray Charles

40 year Lighting Director, George Greczylo, discusses how he helped “set the mood” for the music video Learn to See performed by legendary artist, Ray Charles.

LIGHTING: George Greczylo & Ray Charles

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Billy Joel at Shea Stadium

  Billy Joel’s keyboardist, Dave Rosenthal, takes you on stage of the last concert at Shea Stadium and shares how his quick thinking and past experiences aided him throughout the performance. Dave also shares how a very “special guest” made the concert even more memorable.

Billy Joel at Shea Stadium

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Learn To See – Ray Charles

  Ferro Productions produced this music video for the song “Learn to See” which was written and produced by Joe Scacciaferro and performed by Ray Charles.

Learn To See – Ray Charles

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LIGHTING: NYG Home Opener

  Ferro takes a closer look at the time and sweat put into lighting up the night for the New York Giants home opener at Metlife Stadium for the 2012 NFL season. Other BTS video from the Home Opener: STAGE: World Class Pyro 

LIGHTING: NYG Home Opener

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STAGE: World Class Pyro

  Ferro takes you backstage and behind the scenes at Metlife Stadium for the NFL’s opening day rehearsals. In this episode we take a look at the Pyrotechnics aspect and show how they get prepared for game day.    

STAGE: World Class Pyro

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MUSIC: Those Who Can, Teach and Act. Those Who Can’t Just ACT…

  Learn the difference between being an Educator who “Acts” and metrodems.com . visit site . smallest webcams. looking for singles an Actor who “Teaches”… Amazing insights into and by a brilliant mind… Follow Us on Facebook and Twitter for the release!

MUSIC: Those Who Can, Teach and Act. Those Who Can’t Just ACT…

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AUDIO: Enhancing the way you listen to sports

  Learn how industry pioneer and YES Network Director of Technical Operations, Jack Kestenbaum, used his innovative thinking and audio engineering brilliance to forever enhance the way that you experience television.

AUDIO: Enhancing the way you listen to sports

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CAMERA: Rewind the tape

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AUDIO: Never Stop Learning

Think you know the “formula of a pop song”? Listen to Dave break down the songwriting process of Pop legend Billy Joel. Follow Us on Facebook and Twitter for the release!

AUDIO: Never Stop Learning

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LIGHTING: Learn how to set the mood

“It was 50 bucks a night and it was fun” Listen in as George shares wisdom on getting your foot in the door of the industry and knowing your role as a new comer. Follow Us on Facebook and Twitter for the release!

LIGHTING: Learn how to set the mood

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MUSIC: “I was a senior in high school when we had our first Top 40 hit”

They started playing at age 14 at local talent shows and on street corners. By 1969 at age 17 they roll out their first album, Kool and the Gang, which blasted them into Pop Stardom. Follow Us on Facebook and Twitter for the release!

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