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Video Production

Louis Berger Group

WSITS built a microsite for the Louis Berger Group that showcases videos we produced of the firm’s employees describing their work in some of the work’s most fragile states. The videos were shot in front of a green screen to allow for seamless integration into the microsite’s framework. Read More


WSITS modified the Taylor Swift karaoke contest platform for use in a Pittsburgh-focused Win a Man Cave contest. Contestants could upload a photo or video showing why they deserved to win a man cave makeover. Visitors could vote on each entry and forward the entries they liked best to friends. WSITS also filmed a video with Pittsburgh Steeler Ryan Clark and his family to introduce the contest. Read More

NJ Physicians

NJ Physicians is an association dedicated to supporting and educating health care professionals in New Jersey. The group held a conference on electronic medical records. WSITS recorded the event for those physicians who were unable to attend. The resulting video was posted on the group’s website. Read More

NJ Quit2Win

Information about the state’s adult-focused tobacco cessation program was housed on a site that had no consistent navigation. This meant there was no clear path for a visitor to travel to find the quit services they were seeking. WSITS redesigned the site, providing a modern look and multiple points of access to the programs providing help to New Jersey residents looking to quit smoking. Video testimonials were filmed showcasing successful quit stories. Read More


NJ Rebel features everything from video tour guides; a custom game that plugs into Facebook, allowing players to share scores, invite friends and unlock weapons; student-produced blogs; and rankings for smoking facts. WSITS scripted, filmed and integrated the “tour guide” pieces; designed and developed the Swindler game; managed, edited and posted the students’ blog entries; and integrated the technology for all functionality. Read More

No Performance Tax

The National Association of Broadcasters wanted to rally its members and the public to help defeat a proposed performance tax that would hurt local radio stations and limit access to free radio. WSITS built a public microsite that explained the issue, engaged visitors and directed them to take action. Videos, text and news articles are used to explain the proposed tax and the threat to radio in simple terms, and regular blog entries keep users informed about the latest news. Visitors are asked to share why they love radio and are connected to the effort on other platforms, including Twitter, Facebook and YouTube. And an online letter-writing campaign allows visitors to directly contact their Senators and Congressman and urge them to oppose the pending legislation. Read More

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