Examples of video content produced by Advertising Broadcast Enterprises

Video in a day: ProAgni Antibiotic resistance in the livestock industry

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We created this intro video in a day, for ProAgni, with the objective of sharing across social media and capturing the attention of Farmers and Producers to pique their attention about their impact on global antibiotic resistance.

The video was shot on iPhone, edited in 3 hours with graphics and music and uploaded within 24 hours. We have has 429 views across Facebook and YouTube to date (April 2020). Client Lachlan Campbell, CEO ProAgni, Video shot, edited and directed by Kerri Langworthy-Ward

NSW Trains, keeping visually impaired people safer

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We are thrilled to post our latest video for NSW Trains to help train staff on their role in helping visually impaired commuters. We are feeling blessed to have such fantastic clients who went with a radical idea. Big shout out to our brilliant actor Matt McLaren and his awesome guide dog and Guide Dogs NSW for their time. Hugely proud of the whole crew - Sam Collins - Camera and drone, Jason Wagner - Sound, Meg Ebelt - Producer/Director, Steve Brown - Editor/Colour Grade, Damo - SFX, Kerri Langworthy Ward - Creative Director/Exec Producer

Deep Inspiration Breath Hold

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Deep Inspiration Breath Hold (DIBH) is a technique that reduces the risk of radiation contact to the heart. For women with left-sided breast cancer, a major concern is the dose of radiation delivered to the heart could increase the risk of heart disease.

In this video, created for GenesisCare, we help patients understand the process of DIBH during treatment.

Meet John Dowling, grandfather of four from Brisbane

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John shares his story of finding out he had Prostate Cancer after a routine check-up, the emotional rollercoaster through diagnosis to treatment and some insight into the treatment process. In this video John describes the the radiation therapy he received, including his fears and misconceptions, as well as advice for patients about to commence treatment.

Exec Prod - Kerri Langworthy-Ward, Producer - Meg Ebelt, Editor - Stephen Brown

Meet Leonie McIntosh, renowned indigenous artist from Albury

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Whilst studying for her PhD in education, Leonie found herself unable to complete simple tasks and after investigation, her doctors discovered she had a brain tumour. A renowned indigenous artist and proud Wirajuri woman, Leonie shares how her art helps with her healing process and involves her local community in cancer awareness.

Exec Prod - Kerri Langworthy-Ward, Producer - Meg Ebelt, Editor - Stephen Brown

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