Helping Organizations with Video Production

Our award-winning team provides original, professional video and web content that engages audiences and builds awareness. We have a strong stake in the Fresno/Clovis community with a mission to do good work. We specialize in helping organizations with a cause communicate their message and offer a conscientious approach to video production. If you need live event coverage, informational video production or full post-production services, give us a call! Your dollars support our important non-profit community services.

CMAC’s media production services include:

  • Event documentation and coverage
  • Documentary storytelling
  • Live broadcast and web streaming
  • Studio production services
  • Post-production services
  • Closed captioning

We also offer all-inclusive AV packages, which include necessary equipment, such as generators for outdoor events, projectors and screens, sound systems and more.

Productions can be tailored to reach a price point that won’t bust your budget. For a quote on your project, please contact: Kyle Lowe, Operations Manager, kyle@cmac.tv, 559-266-2622 x3

Testimonials

“When the city of Clovis called upon CMAC to find a vision for their new Senior Activity Center fundraiser video, CMAC stepped up. Developing a solid, emotionally-based yet informational ‘ask’ via video was a challenge that was met with hope, positive energy and endurance to complete the production and hit all the targets.” – Amy Hance, City of Clovis

“Thanks so much. The work we are doing with Arts in Corrections is very important. We appreciate CMAC’s ability to tell our story.” – Lilia Chavez, Fresno Arts Council

“We greatly appreciated CMAC’s assistance in structuring and recording the video and the providing guidelines for the script, which helped us better conceptualize our project.” – Kristin Baer, Fresno County Public Library

“The PSA video definitely enhanced our other event promotional materials and general community outreach efforts.” – Daniel Hurtado, Valley Center for the Blind