2010 was a good year for our fledgling company, and we’re hoping to expand our business in 2011 by providing multimedia solutions for education & advocacy.
While we love creating educational media in virtually any subject area, we specialize in history, civics & economics and we provide professional new media creation services to liberty-minded policy advocacy groups.
Modern audiences are looking for media that grabs their attention and stands out from the nearly limitless options now available. CitizenA Media can help you and your organization reach those audiences by crafting unique, well-made, and entertaining multimedia from script to screen. There has never been a more important time to get the message of liberty spread around the country. We’re here to help!
So if you’re in policy advocacy, activism or education, don’t just wait for people to read the books and white papers produced by your organization. Come talk to CitizenA Media and have those ideas presented in an easy, fun way that keeps viewers captivated and interested in finding out more!
We’re a small company, so not only are we a very affordable option, we also take pride in every single thing we do. We only take projects that we truly believe in, so you know we do our best to present each idea our videos support as professionally & positively as possible.
Holy cow… All done in one day (to be fair, parts of this had been recycled from the first Rights of Man track). This piece is called “Rights of Man Part II”, and is the underscore for my second video on the Bill of Rights - which will be available for purchase/download very soon at www.citizenamedia.com. Go check out the first one, buy it for just $2.00 and check back this week for Part II.
My newest Institute for Justice Score - for a video on their famous Kelo vs. New London, CT case they took to the Supreme Court 5 years ago. This is such an exciting project for me to be a part of just because it’s such an influential moment in legal history. Following the Kelo case, many states around the country completely revamped their Eminent Domain laws for the better.
Last night I met the amazing voice acting talent, and someone of whom I’m an immense fan - Jim Cummings. Anyone who knows me should be pretty aware that I don’t really get starstruck and I don’t really care that much about famous people - and I suppose in truth Jim Cummings himself isn’t that “famous”.
However, his voices are iconic!
Tigger, Winnie the Pooh, Taz (the Tazmanian Devil), Dr. Robotnik, a number of characters on Gummi Bears, dozens of Disney films…
You’ve heard him dozens, if not hundreds of times even if you’ve never heard his name before. Guys like Jim are the true actors in my opinion… They are men who’s straight acting chops are beyond compare. With an inflection they can make you feel the sadness, joy, humor and drama in any situation just like any on-screen performer, but they can do it all in a thousand different voices, even replicating known timbres so well that they are indistinguishable from the original.
I’m geeking out about it for sure, but hopefully I’m also doing a bit of a public service here… Jim, Maurice Lamarch, Billy West, Tress McNeil, Jess Harnell, Tom Kenny, John DiMaggio, even Mark Hamill… All these folks (and more) deserve so much more respect in the industry and in the public than they actually get.
They also all probably bring more joy to more people’s lives than any other actors ever do as a collective - yet extremely small - group. They are the voice of our childhoods. They are Ren & Stimpy, Homer Simpson, Professor Farnsworth, Spongebob Squarepants, The Joker… They are our favorite characters growing up.