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Winding River Productions Announces High-End Studio Enhancements Including SCORM-Compliant e-Learning Media Development and On-Location Data and Media Capture Platforms
Date:5/14/2013

Fort Washington, PA (PRWEB) May 14, 2013

Winding River Productions, a global provider of audiovisual production/post-production services and on-location learner data and media capture systems, announces the completion of its studio suite upgrade designed to meet the needs of a growing clientele and advancing multimedia strategies.

“We recently signed multi-year contracts with a major health information broadcaster, a medical specialty society, and a global pharmaceutical enterprise,” said Marshall Miller, Production Manager at Winding River Productions. “The strategic investment into expanding our state-of-the-art studio and audiovisual technologies played a major role in winning these contracts.”

Winding River Productions services global customers across the healthcare industry, including education providers, broadcasters, professional societies, pharmaceutical companies, conference organizers, and others. Its core expertise includes audiovisual production for onsite/live events, post-production enduring materials, learner data capture through ARS, digital voice-overs, SCORM-compliant audio-over-slide educational modules, videos with green screen capability, media training, promotions, and more.

About Winding River Productions
Winding River Productions is a global audiovisual and multimedia company servicing the medical meeting industry, healthcare information broadcasters, medical marketing enterprises, and clinical education providers. Its mission is to provide comprehensive solutions to engage learners, enhance the learning experience, deliver expert audiovisual support, and introduce innovative ways to utilize audiovisual technologies to its clients around the globe. More information is available at http://www.windingriverproductions.com.

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