The video demo shows diverse projects that highlight Fox’s ability to entertain and inform: Including a TV feature trailer, business training, Animations: a Food Network demo and Continuing Medical Education, documentary excerpts for PBS, and a Baseball promo with Lou Piniella. Please go to next page for demo.
Music Video/Entertainment/Education Closed Captioned
This inspiring pop anthem music video is a winner of the KIDS FIRST! Endorsement and American Sign Language (ASL) is used to teach the song.
Internal Insurance/Business Training/Information
Using a Magritte-like look this show educates American Farm Bureau Insurance agents/underwriters about Umbrella Coverage.
Educational Documentary Series/Discovery
An eight disk documentary series (grades 9 -12) explores how music, architecture, sculpture and art reflected and influenced their times and subsequent eras.
PBS Documentary/Public Affairs Boradcast
This award-winning series was shown on PBS and Jones Cable. "Issues & Impact" was produced as field documentaries and studio panel discussions with a new look developed under Joyce’s leadership.
Presented as a science lab classroom drama, this show includes putting out an accidental fire and modeling the effects of acid and electricity on people. These hazards are responsibly presented, but have high impact on students, grades 7-12.
A Portrait of a Women's Art Therapy Group (Documentary)
Examines women working together guided by Art Therapist SueEllen Semekowski. Members reveal their process through interviews, group discussions and art work.
Fundraising Documentary for Nonprofit Comprehensive Homeless Services
Shows REST’s life saving efforts as Men’s Shelters in Chicago disappear. REST was founded when a homeless man froze to death and neighbors’ vowed to never let it happen again...but it did.
Internal Corporate/Business Training/Information
This entertaining multiple award-winning Information/Training program for Bell+Howell showed service representatives and dispatchers how a new computer system would simplify their lives.