Continuum's Video Team Adds to Trophy Case with Two Videographer Awards

Posted August 11, 2016by Ben Barker


Continuum's award-winning video team added to its list of accomplishments by having two of its projects recognized at the 20th Annual Videographer Awards. The Videographer Awards recognizes outstanding achievement by individuals and companies in the video production field.

The two award-winning videos were “Meet Continuum’s Help Desk,” which won a distinction award for the Corporate Image category, and "The Weekly Byte," which earned an honorable mention award for the Informational category. 

Tim Lewis, Video Producer at Continuum had this to say about Continuum's commitment to producing video content.

“As video is the fastest growing medium to improve communications, collaboration and negotiation, Continuum has put a particular emphasis on video to communicate with employees and our Managed Services Provider (MSP) partners. We are proud of our award winning videos we’ve produced this year, and are delighted to add these Videographer Awards.” 

In February, Continuum opened a new state-of-the-art video studio at its new corporate headquarters at 99 High Street in Boston. The three-camera studio includes cyc-wall green-screen and full lighting grid, podcast production with four independent audio stations and webinar production capabilities to host four participants on-site. 

Continuum is taking advantage of the new space, as the video team has also earned two Telly Awards for WH@Ctv (What's Happening at Continuum), a monthly internal video series to help keep the company’s five global offices updated on all things Continuum, as well as the IT Dating Game promotion. Additionally, Continuum’s video, “Help Desk White Label,” earned an AVA Digital Award in the Motion Graphics Service category.


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Ben is a Boston-based tech marketing expert, and an avid Boston sports fan.

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