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Awards Member

Jim Powell

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  Videographer Awards AAF
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    Jim Powell has spent more than 35 years in the communications business gaining experience in radio, television broadcasting and corporate television including work as an on-air talent, programmer, writer, salesperson, director and television engineer. He is a Life Member of Media Communications Association-International joining in 1985 when it was known as ITVA and a member of the AAF (American Advertising Federation).   He is also a licensed FCC Broadcast Engineer.  (FCC General Radiotelephone First Class with Radar Endorsement)

    Jim's broad background in television and audio production plus his knowledge of the New Orleans area and the Gulf Coast gave him a unique position to create and produce "Children of the Storm," a broadcast documentary about the trauma of children survivors of the storm.   Winner of the top Telly Award, a Silver, The sounds and visuals from original and unseen devastation footage place the viewer in the path of  Hurricane Katrina. 

     His radio and television commercials have been aired in every major city in the Untied States, and his corporate-industrial video narration's have been distributed worldwide.

     Traveling many states working as an on-camera and voice-over narrator, he also operates Sound Booth Studio, a national voice over studio with phone patch capabilities where producers direct sessions from across America.

     In addition to his talent expertise, he is a skilled videographer which provides producers an advantage working with a a well rounded professional who understands their position especially for on-camera work.

     Educated at Kent State University in mass communications and at United Electronics Institute in electronics technology, he has shared his knowledge in lectures at the ITVA International Conference, InfoCOMM and many ITVA Chapters.

     Awards include:    Telly, Cindy, AiME, Videographer and Communicator.

     For more information including resume, on-camera and voice-over demonstration tapes, email your name, company, address and phone number to:    "JimPowel@ix.netcom.com." He is also available to speak to your organization.

Call (800) 283-7686 or email to the above address for information.

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w Wireless Ear Prompter w Full time freelance
w Sound Booth Studio\Voice-Overs w On-Camera available for travel
And then!
He is not a surgeon, but he's played one.

He is not a lawyer, but he's played one.

He is not a fireman, but he's played one.

He is not an army colonel, but he's played one.

He is not a home builder, but he's played one.

He is not a forester, but he's played one.

He is not a football coach, but he's played one.

He is not a car salesman, but he's played one.

He is not a McDonald's hamburger flipper, but he's played one

     Jim has performed on over fifty, 20 to 50 minute video training programs for Computational Systems, Inc.,    half of which have been on-camera.

     He has been host for eighteen episodes of the North American Mission Board’s "Missions in Motion" monthly video program.

And he has performed for these companies:

Bristol-Myers Squibb, Eastman-Kodak, Farmer’s New World Life, Civitan, United States Steel, IBM, Life Care Centers of America, Motion Industries, Sea World, Coca-Cola, Busch Gardens-Tampa, Energen, Marshfield Clinic, Raytheon, Litton/General Instrument, Southern Farm Bureau, Air Products, Yamaha, Eckerd, Orkin, BellSouth, Humminbird, Dales Seasoning, Jean Louis David Salons, NAPA, Oklahoma State University, McDonald’s, Lockheed-Martin, US Army, Bass Masters, Books-A-Million, Mississippi State, Thermal Ceramics, Regions Bank, TRW, Emerson Electric, Long Beach City College, Gulf Power, 625 St. Charles, Eye Foundation, Delgado College, Drummond, UAB, Alabama Power, Seacor, Outdoors South, Hamilton Medical Center, Conoco, United Way,Tidewater Marine and many more.


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