• Sound Practices: How Audio Mixing Can Elevate Work

    December 12, 2018

    The role of audio in post-production has changed dramatically over the years. And thanks to shrinking budgets, the task of audio mixing often falls to teams without expertise in the latest audio resources and capabilities. This is why it often makes sense to tap specialists to help elevate your …

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  • Meet a Member: Joan Yenawine of Combined Jewish Philanthropies

    December 10, 2018

    • by Davielle Pierrette, IHAF

    Earlier this year, I had the pleasure of meeting Joan Yenawine, Associate Creative Director with Combined Jewish Philanthropies (CJP). Reconnecting recently, Joan opened up about some exciting new changes involving her team and how they’re leveraging the IHAF community to advance even further.

    One …

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  • Why Software (Not Staffers) Should Be Managing Content Distribution

    December 03, 2018

    It’s a common misconception that communication is easy for in-house creative teams. In truth, even when decision-makers and team members are under the same roof, launching campaigns in house and coordinating across multiple departments can be complex and costly without the right tools in place.

    So, …

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  • Out-of-Home and the Smart City

    August 06, 2018

    • by Ian Bowman-Henderson, DOmedia

    The shift toward smart cities is here. From better transportation hubs to self-driving vehicles, cities are harnessing the power of big data and technology to improve processes, increase efficiency and make city living more livable. And, with a projected increase of 2.5 billion people residing in …

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  • Creating Hardworking Video Content on a Budget

    July 30, 2018

    As brands invest more in the capabilities of their in-house teams, the desire for video content tends to increase. Requests begin to fly in for video—internal, external, social, communications, meetings and more. We recently surveyed in-house producers and found that, in their new reality of …

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  • Meet a Member: Matt Ferrara of Globoforce

    May 28, 2018

    • by Davielle Pierrette, IHAF

    What does it mean to work human? Well, if you’re part of the eight-person in-house agency at Globoforce, the leading provider of human applications that strengthen employee performance and build more-positive team connections, you know exactly what it means and how to tell that story.

    A finalist …

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  • Branded Content: 5 Keys for Effective Storytelling

    April 30, 2018

    Think of your favorite piece of video content over the past year. Odds are, you didn’t think of a commercial. You probably thought of a TV show, a movie or even a piece of branded content. When it comes to branded content, it’s important to remember that it’s not the same as advertising.

    Consumers …

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  • Meet a Member: Jeremy Brazeal of Coca-Cola

    January 22, 2018

    • by Davielle Pierrette, IHAF

    IHAF member, Jeremy Brazeal, knows a thing or two about leading an internal creative team. As the Group Creative Director at KO:OP, the in-house agency at The Coca-Cola Company, Jeremy was kind enough to offer his perspective on what’s happening in the creative world today and share how he keeps …

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  • Sonic Branding for the Modern Marketer

    January 16, 2018

    I’m not sure when the word “jingle” went from being a popular way to promote your brand with music to a dirty word, but it happened.

    There was a time when having a jingle was important to a brand. When the Oscar Myer jingle, the Klondike song, and others were expected and worked wonders as they …

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  • The Importance of “Universal Levels of Creativity” in Production

    December 18, 2017

    Creative teams receive briefs from a variety of sources every day, and each carries an assumption that it will quickly deliver the desired outcome that is intended by the requestor. While this sounds simple in principle, it is rarely possible in practice.

    The Purpose of a Brief. The writer and/or …

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