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A New Media Landscape

A cell phone isn’t just a way to talk to another person anymore, just as a computer isn’t just a way to calculate information. Today, a cell phone the size of a deck of cards can connect to the Internet, feature downloadable applications, store extensive lists of contact information, schedule events in a calendar, set an alarm, take pictures, display GPS navigation, and so on all at the touch of a finger. With faster connections and advanced technology, computers can store and execute data, connect to the Internet, stream webcasts and videos, and now TV can be watched on your desktop or laptop all at the click of a mouse.

Yes, YouTube is cool and webcasts are important, but online television is presenting a new media landscape to businesses of all kinds. But why when people can just turn on their TV set? The thing is, people watching TV on a traditional set often feel a sense of guilt and subsequently take commercials as a chance to accomplish tasks, OR they take that time to comment on and discuss the program they just watched to gain perspective, OR they get bored and flip through channels. Online TV advertising is different. It’s dynamic and engaging because your ad is being communicated at a time when people are focused on the topic at hand. They’re interacting with the information being presented. Just as you can target your commercials on the TV, you can do so on the web so you are able to effectively reach those most interested in your product or service.

Embark on this new media landscape with a pioneer in web-based video, DDA Video. Our in-house video production team includes, but is not limited to scriptwriters, videographers, video editors, programmers, and animators. From concept to implementation, we know what it takes to get online, be seen and heard, and obtain leads. The computer isn’t just personal anymore, it’s an opportunity unlike any other.

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Entry by: laura


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