Apr
Entertainment

Rachael Ray Show: Crashing a Cookbook Club

We’ve all heard of book clubs, but have you ever heard of a cookbook club? A group of foodies in Pittsburgh all gather around the table once a month with recipes from their cookbook of the month. When they chose one of Rachael Ray’s cookbooks, the show couldn’t resist crashing their cookbook club to join…

Sep
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Channel 9 Australia: Alice Cooper

“The Footy Show” is an Australian Logie Award winning sports variety TV show covering the professional rugby league in Australia. Co-hosted by former rugby star Beau Ryan, a popular segment “Beau Knows” covers a wide range of topics and interviews with celebs. Go To Team‘s Dallas crew, Nate Galluppi and Nate Silverman, had the pleasure…

Aug
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Hidden Heroes: What is Love?

We always love working with Hidden Heroes! The CBS’ Saturday morning show focuses on real-life people who are making a difference in their community. We spent five days working on various segments for this episode. There was an event called “Sermon Slam” where students gave sermons and speeches that pertained to the theme of “What…

Jun
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Rachael Ray Show: Camping with Richard Blais

Lions and tigers and… chefs? Rachael Ray sent Top Chef winner Richard Blais into the wild to surprise campers and cook them dinner using what was in their cooler. Blais was a great improviser at each campsite. For the first family he made tin-foil-wrapped street corn. For the second family he made a plastic bag…

Jun
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Little Things: Truth Bomb Mom

Little Things publishes engaging, meaningful content for women across generations. Positivity is at their core. In these clips, the “Truth Bomb Mom” is back and we were there to shoot three segments for her vlog on Little Things. We filmed as she talked about setting your kids up for success for “Toddler Tantrums.” We shot…

Jun
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Innovation Nation: Seabreacher

Ever wonder what it would be like to jet ski underwater? We teamed up with Go To Team to find out on a new episode of Henry Ford’s Innovation Nation. The focus was on New Zealander Rob Innes and his Innespace Seabreacher. The Seabreacher is a two-person semi-submersible personal watercraft. Custom built for each purchase,…

May
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Daily Planet: Dog Brains

Ever wondered what your dog was thinking? Daily Planet worked with researchers at Emory University to look at dog brains and their association with rewards. For some people, dogs are like children, so it’s only natural that they want them to be happy by giving lots of love, attention and treats. But what makes a…

May
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Hidden Heroes: Service Dog

Steve Devries, a former combat medic in the military, is starting a new chapter in his life with the help of his service dog, Levi. CBS‘ “Hidden Heroes” highlighted the dynamic duo in an all-new episode. Devries served three years in Iraq, and when he returned home, he suffered from severe PTSD. Levi to the…

Mar
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Daily Planet: Drones as Entertainment

Are you ready for the future of firework shows? They won’t be fireworks at all – they’ll be drones! Daily Planet on Discovery Canada highlighted Verge Aero, a company that is revolutionizing drones to be used as entertainment. Verge Aero has unique software that enables them to fly multiple drones at once in spellbinding light…

Feb
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Daily Planet: Hazard Factory

“Who doesn’t want to hit a flaming ball of fire at an opponent?” Ha! Daily Planet got geared up in goggles and gloves for a fun-filled shoot at Hazard Factory. Hazard Factory combines risk and art to create some awesome technology. Daily Planet wanted to highlight their game flaming tetherball! The goal of the game?…