Endeavor had an exciting summer and we wanted to share some of the projects that we’ve been up to.

DEMO REEL. Finally, our demo reel has been updated and we’d love for you to take a minute to preview the video. View here: http://iendeavormedia.com/videos/reel.html

OWL CITY. One of our more recent videos was for Owl City’s platinum hit “Fireflies”. The song is currently the #1 song in the country and standing strong. The video hit the #1 spot on VH1 Top 20 Countdown and is in rotation on virtually every music video outlet. Also, in the short time since it’s released it has been viewed over 12 million times on youtube alone making it one of the top videos currently on the site. Check out the video here: http://iendeavormedia.com/video/owlcity/owlcity.html

BRITT NICOLE. Last month we traveled down to Nashville, TN to work with pop/rock artist, Britt Nicole. We took a road trip with Britt for 3 days in Tennessee and the surrounding states utilizing a portion of the budget to reach out and help real people that we met along the way. View the video here: http://iendeavormedia.com/video/brittnicole/britt.html

THE LETTER BLACK. We had the opportunity to work with a new, female fronted, hard rock band called The Letter Black over the summer. View the video here: http://iendeavormedia.com/video/tlb/tlb.html

AUGUST BURNS RED. Over the summer we completed a highly stylized video for August Burns Red. Check out the video here: http://iendeavormedia.com/video/abr-meddler/final.html

GENERIC U. We worked with Smith Brothers Advertising Agency and Point Park University to create nine viral commercial spots. The marketing campaign will air the spots on online outlets as well as inside of a local movie theater and some broadcast airplay on Cartoon Network. Preview the videos on the campaign webpage here: http://www.genericu.com/

As always, thanks for the support! We look forward to our future endeavors together.

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