Ping Media Set to Film Flagship Video Marketing Piece for Ernst & Young
(Huntington, NY) — Ping Media, a New York-based boutique production and post house, is excited to announce that it is in pre-production on its biggest project yet for the global accounting firm of Ernst & Young. Since its inception, Ping Media has catered to the video marketing needs of local area businesses, public relations firms and small to mid-size advertising agencies.
A flagship internal marketing piece for the company, this video will highlight the advancement of mobile technology and collaboration tools needed to further empower employees’ capabilities both in and out of the office. The story follows a day in the life of three employees which represents the emerging, modern approach to work and collaboration. Through the lens of the camera, the audience will witness how Ernst & Young professionals will be able to seamlessly connect, integrate, deliver quality projects and win client contracts.
“I am truly excited to bring a top shelf Director and production team on board for this exciting, glossy piece for Ernst & Young“, said David Sanders, owner of Ping Media, Inc. and Producer for the piece, “In the video world, the real legwork is done in pre-production and we have been preparing – with much enthusiasm and creativity – for this project for quite some time.
The piece will be shot primarily on location at the Ernst & Young offices in Times Square, New York, but also in various locations in Long Island. Upon completion, it will be distributed worldwide to over 150,000 Ernst & Young employees as a valuable internal marketing tool.
Ping Media is where experienced ad agencies, PR firms and Directors of Marketing turn to execute and bring to life their creative visions. The production company’s commitment to a story-telling approach in all production enables it to create strong, memorable communications for its clients. As a professional and client-oriented production company, Ping Media provides content with attention to detail in every aspect.