Fwd: Corporate Info On Multivision News Intelligence>

Gary Handman (ghandman@library.berkeley.edu)
Mon, 7 Jan 2002 15:01:58 -0800 (PST)

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>Hi all.
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>This probably qualifies more for videonews than videolib, but then again,
>I think it's important info to share generally.
>In the past few months, I've been dealing with a firm called MultiVision
>(they're in my neck o' the woods--Walnut Creek, CA, over the hill from
>Berkeley). A number of you know them as the company that initially sold
>the video entitled "Behind the Veil" (albeit with incomplete
>credits). These folks primarily make their dough as a TV monitoring
>service--that is, they tape incessantly, and if you need network footage
>(news in particular), they've probably captured it. Most of their buyers
>are probably corporate and institutional types wishing to obtain network
>mention of their organization or their CEO, president, whatever's 15
>minutes of small screen glory. Late last year, I bought 24 hours of
>continuous Sept 11 CNN and Fox news coverage from them at $1000 a
>pop. We've also bought miscellaneous clips of bin Laden aired on various
>networks. They ain't cheap, but, if you need this type of coverage,
>they're indispensable. If you do deal with them, deal with Noel
>Knight--I'd strongly suggest haggling on the price of the footage...they
>seem willing to wheel and deal a bit for ed institutions.

Check em' out at http://www.multivisioninc.com/

>Gary Handman
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>
>
>>From: Noel Knight <nknight@multivisioninc.com>
>>To: "'ghandman@library.berkeley.edu'" <ghandman@library.berkeley.edu>
>>Subject: Corporate Info On Multivision News Intelligence>
>>Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 12:34:10 -0800
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>> For Gary Handman of Berkeley University Library>
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>> about_multivision_v2.0
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>><<about_multivision_v2.0.pdf>>

Gary Handman
Director
Media Resources Center
Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley, CA 94720-6000
510-643-8566
ghandman@library.berkeley.edu

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Hi all.

This probably qualifies more for videonews than videolib, but then again, I think it's important info to share generally.
In the past few months, I've been dealing with a firm called MultiVision (they're in my neck o' the woods--Walnut Creek, CA, over the hill from Berkeley).  A number of you know them as the company that initially sold the video entitled "Behind the Veil" (albeit with incomplete credits).  These folks primarily make their dough as a TV monitoring service--that is, they tape incessantly, and if you need network footage (news in particular), they've probably captured it.  Most of their buyers are probably corporate and institutional types wishing to obtain network mention of their organization or their CEO, president, whatever's 15 minutes of small screen glory.  Late last year, I bought 24 hours of continuous Sept 11 CNN and Fox news coverage from them at $1000 a pop.  We've also bought miscellaneous clips of bin Laden aired on various networks.  They ain't cheap, but, if you need this type of coverage, they're indispensable.  If you do deal with them, deal with Noel Knight--I'd strongly suggest haggling on the price of the footage...they seem willing to wheel and deal a bit for ed institutions.


Check em' out at http://www.multivisioninc.com/


Gary Handman



From: Noel Knight <nknight@multivisioninc.com>
To: "'ghandman@library.berkeley.edu'" <ghandman@library.berkeley.edu>
Subject: Corporate Info On Multivision News Intelligence>
Date: Mon, 7 Jan 2002 12:34:10 -0800
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  For Gary Handman of Berkeley University Library>
 
 about_multivision_v2.0

<<about_multivision_v2.0.pdf>>

Gary Handman
Director
Media Resources Center
Moffitt Library
UC Berkeley, CA 94720-6000
510-643-8566
ghandman@library.berkeley.edu

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