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    Thursday
    May212009

    BlinkWorks Gets a Shout Out From IECA - Great Rivers!

    Hey All, James Here!

    As some of you may or may not know, my production company BlinkWorks Media, which produces Dirt Time, does a variety of other projects as well. Many of them within the Erosion and Sediment Control Industry, many of them outside of it.  (Shameless plug:  If you need an industry-savvy video, we're always available!  Give us a call!)  

    It seems that the good people at the IECA-Great Rivers Blog wrote a nice little piece complimenting the work we did for Minnesota State Parks.  Check it out here!

    If you haven't come across the blog just yet.  I would put it on your regular reading list.  Maintained by J.B. Dixon, the blog keeps its regional members in the know, but also has a fair bit of general industry news.

    Many thanks to J.B. and IECA-Great Rivers for the mention!

     

    In case you haven't seen it yet, here are the videos that caught the IECA's eye: 

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    Reader Comments (2)

    Both entertaining AND educational.
    Blinkworks rocks!

    May 26, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterGreg Balzer

    Hey Greg,

    Thanks for the kind words! 'Entertaining and Educational' is exactly what we're going for. It's always a challenge to find the balance between the two. But the Minnesota team was awesome and open to all ideas which made it a lot easier.

    Even with Dirt Time, we quickly noticed that material shares a lot more in common with HGTV or Discovery Channel programming than one might initially think. So we like to take most of our projects and approach them from that vantage point - treating them as if they are headed to television.

    Our latest Dirt Time: The Willow Creek project takes this whole concept a step further. It looking really good, and we can't wait for people to see it.

    Thanks Again!

    James

    May 26, 2009 | Unregistered CommenterJames

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