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We are a boutique media company specializing in video production, media training & coaching, and TV news gathering.


  • Corporate Video
  • Web & Marketing Video
  • Training Video
  • Business Video
  • Aerial (Drone) Video
  • Freelance TV news crews


  • Media training
  • Media coaching
  • Media messaging
  • Crisis communication
  • Executive coaching
  • Presentation improvement

Our team members all reside in the major metropolitan areas of Arizona including Scottsdale, Phoenix, Tempe, and Mesa.  However, the Dubek Media Group offers media training and video production services nationwide. If you are looking to improve your media messaging skills, or brand your business through video, you have come to the right place. Call us today at: 480-250-6479.

4 Can’t-Miss Tips for Corporate Video Production

A picture may be worth a thousand words, as the saying goes, but few things on the internet have as much of an impact as video content. According to Dr. James McQuivey of Forrester Research, one minute of video is equal to 1.8 million words, or roughly 3,600 individual web pages. If you were to write one page per hour, it would take you about 150 days to finish such a project. Fortunately, however, making even a one-minute video can have more of an impact. Many businesses choose to make training videos for their new employees or videos for use on the company intranet. They may also create videos that serve as advertisements. Whether they’re ads on TV or part of a content marketing campaign online, the trick to any corporate video production is to make sure you’re prepared. These four tips will help to explain what is entailed in the creation of a quality video production. Writing the script. There’s nothing quite like being prepared when you’re coming up with video marketing materials or other visuals for your business. In order to create the best video possible, you’ll want to make sure everyone is on the same page — literally! Figure out which topics to cover in your video and begin writing a script for it. If you have any writers or editors on your staff, let them give the script a once-over to make sure it’s really tightened up. Be entertaining. You can also take this time to get creative with your corporate video production. Get employees involved, use humor, and choose unique settings for your videos... read more

Do you Need 4K Video?

Apple’s latest version of the I-Phone, the I-Phone 6s, is capable of shooting 4k video. What is 4K video? And do you need it for your next Arizona video production?? In simple terms, 4k video refers to the video resolution. “Full 1080 high definition” is today’s standard and refers to a maximum video resolution of 1920 x 1080p, or 2,073,00 pixels. High definition offers offers as many as five as many pixels as standard definition, and is the reason why HD looks so much better. So, as you can probably guess, 4k video offers roughly four times the pixels of HD video, making it the next big jump in video quality. You probably have seen some new TV’s at Best Buy and Costco offering 4k ready TV’s. Here’s the problem: While technology today offers 4K, there are very few if any programs or shows being broadcast in 4k. Additionally, few people have the ability to watch 4k at home or on their computer, so the ability to shoot or broadcast 4K is still mostly pointless. However, in video production circles, 4K today is a valuable tool. That’s because you can shoot a project in 4k and get a much higher quality resolution and color. In the post production process, you can then downscale your 4K project to 1080 HD, while retaining some elements of your original 4K video. Here’s one of our video projects, where the interviews you see were originally shot in 4K and down-scaled to 1080 HD: Click on Kevin’s Hyprocure Success Story While it may take a trained eye to see the subtle differences, 4k video... read more

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