In Wednesday’s edition of The Daily News, I’ll have a story about Stuart McGehee‘s new company “Beyond Brick and Mortar,” a digital media and Web design company.
His big focus is Web video and highly dynamic Web presences for companies. To that end, here’s an example of some recent video content McGehee himself has produced – the first is this summer’s annual luncheon for the Downtown Memphis Commission.
The second is an interview with Gwin Scott, president of EmergeMemphis.
Both videos come from McGehee’s YouTube channel, richnessofexperience.
The DMC video:
The EmergeMemphis video:
And here’s an excerpt from “The Corporate Digital Divide”, a commentary by McGehee –
“Social media is all the buzz these days, and Corporate America is voluntarily embracing social media marketing like never before. Facebook! Twitter! LinkedIn! Like me! Follow me! Join my network! Perhaps the most perplexing omission of the social media marketing efforts is the death of web-based video, especially YouTube videos. After all, in the pecking order of effective communication methods, video ranks 3rd in the hierarchy behind face-to-face and telephone and certainly ahead of emails, texts, tweets and Facebook posts.”