CHARLOTTE, N.C., Sept. 15, 2016 /PRNewswire/ -- Full Scale Productions, a Charlotte-based turnkey media production facility, reports that an active severe storm season is translating into an up-tick in demand for corporate communications video work. In addition, employee relief program provider - E4E Relief – reports the busiest start to natural disaster season in its 15-year history.
According to Full Scale Production's founder and President, Glenn Fishkin, "We serve a diverse group of clients ranging from large Fortune 500s to nonprofits. One thing they have in common, particularly this time of the year, is the need to stay connected to employees, customers, and key stakeholders when the weather can turn from threatening to damaging in a matter of minutes."
When companies deploy crisis communications tactics and implement disaster relief protocols in the wake of weather-related events such as the recent record-breaking floods in Louisiana, wildfires in California, and the multi-state impact of Hurricane Hermine, the next step in managing these crises is to communicate.
Area residents and employees – who, many times, are one in the same – need to know what has been done, and what the next steps are to return a facility and its family of employees to their pre-storm way of life. The tactic often used is video storytelling. Production companies working as an extension of a company's staff, such as Full Scale Productions, are on hand immediately to write, shoot, produce and distribute updates.
Julie Caldwell, Vice President & Director of Development for E4E Relief added, "Our team has been working around the clock to distribute financial grants to employees impacted by the recent storms and wildfires through their company-sponsored disaster and hardship relief programs."
Full Scale Productions' turnkey services include a studio housing one of only a handful of full-body green screen stages in the area, two 4K edit suites, 4K camera capabilities and audio booth. The facility also has a seamless cyclorama, full lighting grid and loading dock access for large-scale items.
Full Scale Productions clients include: Belk; Clariant Corporation; Coca-Cola Bottling Company Consolidated; Delhaize America; Food Lion; Ingersoll Rand; Mann Travels; Snyder's-Lance; and UTC Aerospace Systems. The company's non-profit clients include: Jewish Federation of Greater Charlotte; Sandra & Leon Levine Jewish Community Center; and World Affairs Council of Charlotte.
Full Scale Productions' team members are experienced storytellers for the digital world.
Gail K. Warner
President, GKW Communications
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SOURCE Full Scale Productions