Element Productions Brings The Future Of Video Content To Boston

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  • 25 Jun 2012 11:41 AM
    Message # 982069
    Deleted user

    ELEMENT BRINGS THE FUTURE OF VIDEO CONTENT TO BOSTON

    Element Productions has moved into a brand new, state of the art facility in Boston’s Back Bay. Since 1998, under the helm of CEO/Executive Producer Eran Lobel, Element Productions has been recognized with some of the industry’s top honors while serving the creative community in Boston and across the country. The new space continues to support their existing agency client base, while allowing for an incredibly high degree of flexibility, filling new niches created by today’s evolving media landscape.

    Element’s vision is to focus on a fully integrated approach, allowing for high quality and efficient delivery at any scale. From concept development to production and post-production, the versatile capabilities allow clients to access every aspect of the production process in one facility.

    The beautifully appointed space retains an open loft feel, while housing four fully equipped editing suites, including a finishing suite for color correction and online. Amongst custom reclaimed wood furnishings and industrial modern touches resides the heart of the office, an expansive common area and directors’ loft. There is also an insert studio, allowing clients to shoot content on-site, and a multitude of edit stations for web and long-form content. . Element Production’s CEO/Executive Producer Eran Lobel states, “Our new space enables us to be the content company of the future--part brainstorming lounge, part creative lab, part finishing studio. It is a very exciting time for us as we continue to grow and expand.”

    Element’s recent highlights include an Emmy for Outstanding Edit – Short Form for NESN “Pigeons” via MMB, and the world premiere of the creativity-themed documentary “From Nothing, Something” at the Independent Film Festival Boston.

    Media Contact: Elisha Levin
    ElishaLevin(at)Gmail(dot)com
    (cell) 323.559.6766

    Element Productions is a full-service production and post company creating content for distribution across all media platforms. Element services include: content development, branding, design, production, and post-production for television, radio, print, and web advertising. Utilizing an award-wining staff of directors, producers, designers and editors, Element maintains a proven track record of providing clients with production value and creative excellence. www.elementproductions.com
    Last modified: 25 Jun 2012 12:56 PM | Deleted user
  • 27 Jul 2012 11:11 AM
    Reply # 1021252 on 982069
    Martin
    Thanks for your question.What I mean by that is that you have to add the class crielfax to the surrounding element, like so:
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    ...
    I hope that answers you question Anders?
  • 29 Jul 2012 1:45 AM
    Reply # 1024877 on 982069
    Midori
    What do you mean exactly by add the “clearfix” class to the elenmet that wraps your floating elenmet. You lost me there?!Am I supposed to add something in the php files or in the CSS-files?!?I'm a bit new to this./ Anders
  • 31 Aug 2012 8:36 AM
    Reply # 1061524 on 1021252
    Cassidy
    This is such a great tutorial. thank you so so much!!!!!I am hainvg trouble with my CSS. Even though I import my own CSS stylesheet after the Twentyten import, it's not over-riding much of the styles. For example my paragraph text of the blog article is not the same as Twenty ten, rather than my own blog's styling of paragraph text. Or perhaps I am wrong. Perhaps my paragraph text is not what I anticipate it would be, because there is specific styling within Twentyten that targets this text using divs and classes I haven't send (obviously) in my own site's CSS. So, the main blog article text isn't simply a .? Is that correct?If the above is correct, would you suggest it's better simply to not import the Twentyten CSS, and instead, style the blog from scratch myself? (As my blog looks more inline with my sites look and feel just before I import the Twentyten CSS? OR do you suggest that would end up causing headaches and hardships down the line, as Twentyten CSS using some good styles that I am not aware of yet as so far I am only looking at the index.php file?I know my question is confusing, so please forgive me. I hope it makes some kind of sense. And again, your tutorial is magnifcent!
  • 31 Aug 2012 9:10 AM
    Reply # 1061546 on 1021252
    Jessyca
    Hi Sifi,It's a little hard to tell what's going on whtuoit seeing it and the CSS, but it sounds like it has to do the div that constrains the page width. The content is floating all the over to the left and the sidebar to right. Maybe the CSS for the div that sets the page width is not set at the right amount. It's hard to say whtuoit having a look.An additional problem is that the content is below the sidebar. That can happen because the width of the either the sidebar or the content or both is too wide and is pushing the content underneath the sidebar. Try adjusting the content and sidebar widths.Or it could be that you aren't clearing' the two divs. This is a little complicated to explain with just words but to clear them try putting a br with style= clear:both; in it just before the closing /div tag that contains both the content div and the sidebar div. This should clear both the content and sidebar divs. I can't tell you exactly where to put it because I have nothing to look at.Feel free to post your URL and I can have a look. Good luck.
  • 31 Aug 2012 1:37 PM
    Reply # 1061703 on 1026090
    Christine
    Watching movies, eantig pop-corn, giving my view on the movie and listening to my husband's opinion: this is the best way to spend Saturday evenings. I wish I could take part in film awards and be one those judges who decide the films' fates. The latest occasion to argue with my husband was European Film Awards 2006, which took part in Warsaw. you can take a look on the results.
  • 31 Aug 2012 8:44 PM
    Reply # 1061968 on 1024536
    Iren
    We are in WIGAN! The weather's CRAP! LMFAO!!!!! Thanks for ginettg a video update Rach! Great to see Alesha and glad to hear she's just as excited as us lot about performing live again and dropping the new album! Can't wait to hear the new single (!!!) and even more so see the video! It must be good if they're flying her to LA to shoot it. CAN'T WAIT!! Thanks again! =D
  • 01 Sep 2012 5:31 AM
    Reply # 1062190 on 1025529
    Sergio
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  • 01 Sep 2012 7:32 AM
    Reply # 1062213 on 1025529
    Eido
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  • 01 Sep 2012 9:06 AM
    Reply # 1062263 on 1024877
    Hessy
    A pleasingly rational asnewr. Good to hear from you.
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