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We are about to kick off our first ever television advertising campaign with Verizon FIOS.

We will be targeting the prime time slots in Sarasota/Manatee area.

Fox Business, MSNBC, Discovery and History Channel are just some of the targets.

Verizon FIOS reaches a total 340,000+ households.

We balance out our return on investment in a month or two.

We worked out a deal with the Southeast Verizon Representative.
Check out these rates I can get you.



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Motion Design is a type of graphic design which uses video, audio, static images and text in multiple layers to create movies inside of movies. Basically it allows for morphing of size, shape, color, position, texture, etc.

About 20% of everything you see on television comes from the work of a motion designer. Some call it the invisible art, as many television watchers are completely unaware of this component of television programming.
Motion Graphics has been around for 40+ years, it has taken quantum leaps forward in recent years, in terms of technical sophistication.

Some examples include the "lower third" (as it is called) on almost all news programs, the lower portion of the screen the holds the text, headlines and scrolling news tickers, also the typography and graphics you see in the titles for a motion picture, or opening sequences for television shows, and three-dimensional station identification logo for a television channels.

If you watch much TV or see many films, you will have noticed that the graphics, the typography, and the visual effects within this medium have become much more elaborate and sophisticated.

See examples in our "Videohive" section.

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