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Sports Video Production – Nabisco Pro-Am Golf Tournament

Our latest San Diego sports video production has taken us across the wide world of sports — from the LPGA tour to international soccer!

sports video production nabisco-golfIn beautiful Rancho Mirage, your intrepid San Diego field producer and her San Diego video crew joined “Entertainment Tonight” host Mary Hart at the Kraft Nabisco Celebrity Pro-Am Golf Tournament. We covered Mary’s amazing golf skills and her participation in a storytelling benefit for local kids, “Reading On the Green” — our interviews and footage airing March 29 on “ET.” That same day, another of our San Diego video crews scored major points at Qualcomm Stadium, where 60,000-plus fans packed the stands for the Mexico vs. Venezuela exhibition soccer match. Shooting for Degree Men, one of the sponsors, our crew worked every angle on the field and snagged interviews with soccer stars Felix Hernandez and Jared Borgetti.

For your next San Diego sports video production call Solana Productions.


Video Production Company Captures Soldiers’ Stories

Our San Diego video production company is privileged and very proud to be shooting stories for the TV news magazine “The American Veteran,” sponsored by the Department of Veteran Affairs. These San Diego video productions are compelling profiles of soldiers who are adjusting to civilian life after serving their country. Incredibly, some Iraq and Afghanistan war vets who have completed 3 tours of duty can’t find jobs when they return home. But in the rural town of Fallbrook, one Iraq war veteran and his wife have carved out a new life running an organic basic farm — and they’re helping other vets learn how to put down new roots as civilians.

For more information contact Solana Productions.


When Stars Swarm, We Storm For a Palm Springs Video Production

For the 10th year in a row, our Palm Springs video production crews stormed the star-studded Palm Springs International Film Festival Gala with all-access passes that took us up front, backstage, behind the scenes –and just about everywhere else. Palm Springs video productionThis Palm Springs video production put us in first position on the red carpet, where your favorite San Diego field producer grabbed interviews with arriving stars Jake Gyllenhall, Natalie Portman, Ben Affleck, Mark Wahlberg, Amy Adams, James Franco, Colin Firth, Jennifer Lawrence, Carey Mulligan, Robert Duvall, Aaron Eckhart and more. During the gala, we moved backstage for “Entertainment Tonight” host Mary Hart’s exclusive interviews — and shot behind-the-scenes with Mary for a segment on the making of our “ET” segment in Palm Springs. The festival, created 22 years ago by the late Palm Springs Congressman and music icon Sonny Bono, was taking place just as news was breaking about the tragic shootings of Arizona Rep. Gabrielle Giffords and 20 others in Tucson. I conducted an emotional interview about the tragedy with Sonny’s widow, Rep. Mary Bono Mack — who is now married to Florida Rep. Connie Mack. Choking back tears, Bono Mack, a Republican, told me about her friendship and positive working relationship with the Arizona Democratic congresswoman. That interview and our film festival coverage aired on Monday’s “Entertainment Tonight.” Our behind-the-scenes story on the film festival will be broadcast this weekend.

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