Presented by Bell with reigning Freestyle Aerial Skiing World Champion and Winter Olympics competitor Steve Omischl.
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Samples of Our Production Services Work
Blomeley signed on to produce the “Making of ‘Believe’ “- the Olympic launch video for Bell and the ‘Own The Podium’ campaign.
The music video “Believe” features Canadian rock singer/songwriter Suzie McNeil performing her powerful rendition of the Kara DioGuardi/Marti Frederiksen song with the world renowned NAC Orchestra.
The “Making of Believe” documentary stars World Champion Freestyle Skier Steve Omischl as he brings the viewer on a tour of the National Arts Center and behind the scenes of the music video shoot. Along the way he interviews world renowned conductor / music director Dave Pierce, music video director Stephen Scott, Bell VP Loring Phinney, and other notables. The media project also takes an in-depth look at the roots behind the song’s inspirational message.
Blomeley produced multiple versions of this program for IMAX, Bell TV, DVD, and online distribution through our Bell Powered VodPort1 platform.
March 2011, Toronto, Ottawa -Season 1 of TruckGuysTV’s hit reality series “Ridin High: Building The 369” has been delivered to CTV, EPI, Discovery Channel Canada for international distribution. First stop…MIPTV in Cannes France. “We have had tremendous feedback about the show from TruckGuysTV.com website visitors from all over the world, so we are very interested to see how a show about building North American custom rigs will be received by the worlds broadcasters.” said executive producer Ed Blomeley.
The NHL releases their most ambitious home video project yet: ‘100 Years of the Montreal Canadiens’ (100 ANS DES CANADIENS DE MONTREAL) (..produced by Blomeley Communications. Based on pre-sale numbers Warner Bros predicts this special DVD Box Set will be the best selling Canadian non-theatrical release this year.
Watch an ad for the box set here.
Bell Canada and the Canadian Olympic committee called upon Blomeley Communications to find a solution to build a production studio in Canada House at the Beijng Olympic Games…And then the task was to manage 24×7 daily content that would simultaneously be fed in to our Beijing location for live viewing, and to produce daily news & features that would be streamed out to thousands of Bell devices and hubs throughout Canada. All to be done without stepping foot in China!
With collaboration from Apple, Bell Canada, NBC Universal, and China Telecom we were fully operational within 7 weeks of being contracted, a week before the Olympic games began.
Already on location in Beijing as a Bell sponsored athlete, future filmmaker Steve Omischl was seconded to produce our daily features about life in Beijing during the games called “16 Days in Beijing” and much more. A Canada/China voip communications system was put in place and our Ottawa based producers worked with Steve and Bell managers to develop, write and organize the daily shows. Steve did a great job capturing HD footage of the Olympic games, digitizing to our onsite Apple servers, editing it in Final Cut Pro, and transferring his rough cuts to Final Cut Server. That’s when the post production crew at Blomeley Communications takes over. But, wait, the post-production crew is thousands of miles away, back home in Ottawa, Canada. How do they accomplish this remote control Olympic coverage? That’s why Blomeley ended up making international headlines and was featured on the Apple.com front page news.
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