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9/15/2009 4:56 PM  RssIcon

For Immediate Release:

Friday September 25th and Friday October 2nd have been designated Free-Speech Fridays at TeamCreations.

Do you have an important message to communicate to your constituents? Do you need to clarify a position or make a policy statement? Or, are you simply looking for an opportunity to media train an important member of your staff?

If so, on Free-Speech Fridays you are invited to utilize our HD-Capable studio to record your congressperson’s important message at no cost. Simply call Jody Gillanders at 202.454.0691 to schedule your 2-Hour block of time. This free service includes up to 2 hours of pre-production consulting time with Ms Gillanders and her staff to plan your recording. You can record on our seamless green screen cyc or on our adaptable set. To complete this free service, TeamCreations will provide at your option a polished video with an open graphic, internal titles and close all delivered within 36 hours on a DVD and as a high-quality QuickTime file.

We’re providing this free service to introduce you to an important media creation resource located on Connecticut Avenue in Northwest Washington, TeamCreations. In addition to a 30’X50’ HD/SD studio, our facility includes 18 edit rooms, a full-service graphic design group and audio recording and mixing suites.

TeamCreations has made its name in the creative field of commercials and broadcast promotion for some of cable’s top brands including Discovery Channel, TLC, BBC America, National Geographic, History and Travel Channel. We also have considerable experience producing effective content for online video distribution.

Please visit to preview our work and see some pictures of our studio. And, contact me at 202.454.0691 to reserve your time.

Jody Gillanders

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