Televisionary Productions is an Emmy and Telly Award-winning full service, 4K and high definition video production company near Boston, MA.
Enabling individuals, companies and organizations to communicate their unique and essential ideas, advantages, services and skills.
It's what we do.
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Contact Televisionary Productions at 781.784.4124
or email at
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Playing Football at BB&N from Televisionary Productions on Vimeo.

This is how to play football. Team building, character building, and oh yeah, sheer fun.

People talking to people is the bread and butter of documentaries, corporate information, organizational appeals and educational programs. It's important they look good. Herewith, several examples of the art. Yes, that is Kareem at #1.

Wellesley College's Davis Museum held a 30 year retrospective and gala for this major artist.

This is a corporate branding video for a social media company that connects patients suffering from the same disease, so they can advocate for further treatment options and discuss the best current practices.

HAHAMAMA is a 3-camera recording of a showcase for female comics from New England, held at Laugh Boston, on Mother's Day.

Winner of a 2012 New England Emmy, this 60-second spot for My Life My Choice, an organization that gets girls' lives back on track after they've slipped into a life on the streets. Winner of the 7DAYPSA contest, it will play on WCVB Ch.5 Boston for an entire year. Televisionary Productions was the co-writer, camera operator and editor.

This device monitors your chest compressions during CPR, and tells you
to push harder or faster if you need to do so, or that you're doing
good compressions if your depth and rate are sufficient.
Televisionary Productions directed, shot and edited
this video as part of a "directions for use" DVD.

Yes, it's been a while since this one was shot, but couldn't resist putting it on the page becuase of the cool factor. Onstage with Jefferson Starship! How often does that happen?

Televisionary Productions directed this two-camera shoot, then edited, along with additional footage we incorporated from the rehearsal day, to give the impression of a multi-camera project. It works!