WarmCards Reviews

Over 39,000 camera operators and digital photographers around the world use WarmCards to improve the look of their work.
Here's what a few of them have to say:


"WarmCards are simply the best way for getting great looking flesh tones in head shot type video interviews, à la 60 Minutes. Before we found WarmCards, we would shoot an interview and then try to color correct the shot back in the editing suite. The problem was that the magenta tone is very hard to correct - it will either go green or red - and very quickly (and generally just look bad). There is very little leeway to play around with. WarmCards give us lots of latitude in color correction to either increase the warming effect or taking it out altogether - it still looks much better than video shot without WarmCards. Simply put, if you want great looking flesh tones, get WarmCards."
Jim Fiester
Director of Photography
Windy Cine Productions
Lake Forest, IL

"Thank you so much for creating WarmCards! I just completed a project that had 19 interviews in different locations and I used the WarmCards on every one. We used the Warm-1 card to give a consistent look to all the locations. "I also used WarmCards to shoot Fox News Sunday Washington D.C. beauty shots for use as transitions in the show. I've been working on these for the 5 years that the show has been on the air. I shoot in 16:9 wide screen and every shot must be great. WarmCards helped me step up the quality one more notch. Thanks! Finally, after 20 years of shooting under all kinds of conditions I now have WarmCards to help me achieve a look my clients love. I will recommend the WarmCard System to all."
Ed Reinsel
Reinsel Video, Inc.
McLean, VA

"I was very skeptical about using the new Minus Green card. When it arrived I used it to white balance in my office under fluorescent lights. I was stunned, it worked beautifully, the white walls were perfect. I quickly did a standard white balance and flicked between the two presets, now it's green…. now it's white….. fantastic!  "I couldn't help thinking how I had ever managed in the past without your Minus Green card. No more dangling pieces of gels in front of lenses trying to cheat white balances anymore. It's a simple product that's well presented, I will never stop using them. Your original WarmCards have given me a spare filter tray in my matte box, as I no longer use an 812 warm filter. Thank you."
Lighting Cameraman
Nottingham, UK

"I purchased a set of WarmCards before a big overseas shoot last month. I did this because an editor complained of my D-30's propensity to shoot "on the green side" while shooting in low contrast situations. He had to adjust about 13% while color correcting in the mid tones or gammas. (He uses Combustion) I spent a couple hundred bucks to have an engineer go through the cam only to tell me the colorimetry wasn't that bad. She did some minor tweeking.  So I spent the $65 on WarmCards and shot an extensive test reel and sent the editor the tape. His final comment was "don't shoot with the Warmcards - it looks TOO GOOD." He was afraid the new look wouldn't match previous footage shot with the D-30. Bottom line - I will always use the Warmcards when not shooting for this client. They are very handy and the look is superb!"
Mark Welch
Director of Photography
Ayala Productions
Oklahoma City, OK

"Our production company has three separate ENG packages, all of them travel with their own set of WarmCards.  I produce a monthly medical training video with a client who is getting older. He refuses to wear make-up, yet is very sensitive to the way he looks on camera. Soft filters, soft lighting and most of all WarmCards have made a huge difference in the way this doctor looks on-camera. His flesh tones have gone from looking pasty and unhealthy to natural and warm. I also recently worked on a live boxing event out of a production truck for Univision (Solo Boxeo). It's an indoor event with full grid lighting. I brought my WarmCards with me and asked the video guy if he would like to give them a try. He settled on using Warm 2. The end result was that the executive producer and director loved the "warm" look of the video and couldn't believe the cards had made it so easy. Now they've got a set of cards on board the truck.  I was hired by Fox Sports Net out of California to shoot b-roll of a BMX biking competition. The show was covered by NBC and re-airing at a later date on Fox Sports Net. Fox wanted it's own footage for teases and the graphics package they were going to build. It was an outdoor event and I shot all of the footage white balanced on Warm 1. A few days after the event I received a phone call from the producer in L.A. complementing me on how great the footage looked. I attribute the complement to good camera work and WarmCards.WarmCards are simple, convenient, and effective! I'm really happy with the results I've been getting with WarmCards. They are definitely well worth the money! "
Nate Hill
JTV Productions
Orem, UT

"The warm cards work great! My manager was skeptical, but I was recently able to sneak them in at an on location interview shoot when I was white balancing the cameras. The results were excellent. The flesh tones were much warmer and the colors more vibrant. Now my manager asks for the Warm Cards when we white balance. He's been converted too! Thanks!"

Steve Horvath
Comcast Cable
Reading, PA

"Do I like WarmCards? I was a little hesitant at first, to go into full swing using them for most shots. But did that change. I LOVE the cards for all the reasons outlined in the directions, mainly consistency in color reference. I even used them yesterday to shoot a funeral outside.
One day I was set up to shoot an interview at the Florida State Fair. I had "warm" balanced my camera, but while waiting for the subject to show up I saw a shot I needed real quick, in much brighter light, total different conditions than what I had my camera set to shoot. So, I kicked the camera into automatic iris and white balance. Later, while going through the footage I realized that the "white balanced" footage I grabbed was the first time I had shot anything unWarmed, in many months and also realized it was the first time I had actually seen normal "White Balanced" footage to compare. It looked terrible."
Dale E. Wilson
StringShot News Assets

"I have found my clients to generally pick a warmer balance than the stock white balance my camera provides. In fact, I don't like the color of the white balance my camera provides, and only use it when absolutely necessary. Since I have carried WarmCards, quite frequently, my clients are picking the balance I make using the #1 WarmCard. I think the most common response is, "ooooh, let's use the warmer one!".
Thomas Waldron
Director of Photography
Dallas, TX

"At a recent shoot on the road for an upcoming History Channel documentary, we used a shooter local to the location. He came equipped with a set of WarmCards, and not only did they quickly get me the "warm" look I wanted... I could EASILY see what a great idea this system is. I'm going to carry a set of these with me from now on (even for my local crews in Los Angeles), and I'll be secure in the consistency of the product. A wonderful, simple, elegant idea!"

Darryl Rehr
Greystone Communications
Los Angeles, CA

"I wanted to send you a brief note to let you know how incredible your product is. I shoot a lot of nature/scenic video and your cards have allowed me to take all of the harsh bluish cast out of the projects. I own a Sony DSR-500WS camera and your cards have transformed the look of the video. The natural look the Warm Cards give the video (and stills) is far superior to any setting that I have been able to come up with. You have a great product!"
Richard Seccombe
Los Angeles, CA

"The only thing I miss about working with film is the warm saturated color of the film stock. Now with WarmCards I can make my cold looking digital camera have a nice warm look. I don't have to bend over backwards to get the look I want.  Most of my shooting is done in a hurry, so the smaller cards on the lanyard work great for me. I always have the card I want with me. The talent so far has loved the look it gives them, not to mention the golden glow I get anytime of day instead of just golden hour. Other shooters I've talked to about the WarmCards at first where skeptical, then asked but will it work with my camera, and then asked where can I get them after they see the video. WarmCards are a great product. The lanyard is one of the first things I grab before I pick up my camera. I'm glad the cards are made well because I'll be using mine for a long time. Thanks again for making a great product."
John Corriere
Director of Photography

"Last week I was hired to shoot three interviews for a History Channel producer that could not travel to the location. I decided to use the Warm #2 card because it's become my favorite technique to use on interviews. The producer called a few days later to thank us for the excellent "look" of the interviews and wanted to know what gels we had used so they could get the same look at other locations in Egypt and France. When I explained about WarmCards they were thrilled with the idea that it could be so simple and said they were going to get a set of their own to travel with.  Even though I own a top-of-the-line camera, that is in perfect operating condition and maintained regularly, when I show clients the difference between a regular white balance and a white balance with the WarmCards -- there's never any doubt which one they will choose. The difference is amazing, yet no one ever looks at the monitor and says the color looks unnatural. WarmCards will make your video look closer to real life."
Doug Jensen

"Thank you for creating WarmCards. I have already put them to good use. My Sony 400A has a nice warm look in preset, but being able to keep the image warm in various lighting conditions has always been a concern. My typical solution was to throw on the Matte Box, but not everyone wants to pay for that, as we all know too well. Having the ability to access your WarmCards, white balance, and start shooting quickly has added great value for my clients. The day after receiving the cards in the mail, I shot for ABC's World News Tonight. We didn't have a producer with us, but did feed the tape for that night's show. The tape looked great.! All my shots looked rich and vibrant with color. I was shooting real estate shots so they passed my "outside in the sun" test.  The Next day, we were working for Oprah, this time with a producer. Like you suggest, I toggled between the preset on the camera and the White balance using your "WarmCards", and of course the producer and myself liked the "Warm Balanced" shot best. Oprah is known for the warm and fuzzy look, and being able to keep that continuity between the interviews and the B-roll without the use of a bulky matte-box was great. Lets just say that hopefully you won't sell many of these WarmCards because being a freelancer, we are always looking for that extra competitive edge needed to keep the almighty paying client happy."
Jim Kent
ArtGecko Productions
Phoenix, AZ

"Used the WarmCards this morning on a multi-camera interview with excellent results! While I've often used various blue items (sky, blue gel, whatever's available) in the past to warm the image, the consistency your WarmCards provide means they will always be packed when my production gear goes out. The predictable, reliable "warm balance" eliminates all the guesswork.  One of the things I like best is the cool packaging... compact, lightweight, and professional, its a very convenient package to carry along. As soon as the crew saw it everyone wanted to know what the new toy was. It's a simple idea that gets consistent, "warm" results!"
Bob Weast
Athena Video Productions
San Diego, CA

"We've been using the WarmCards here at Skyways onboard our three satellite uplink trucks continuously ever since we got our hands on them. Our producers love the look . . . no more white balancing over and over to try to hit the white balance just right in order to get rid of those pasty faces! Just hit the WarmCard and you get a consistent look every time."
Scott Hess
Chief Photographer
Skyways Communications
Norwood, MA

"I recently used the cards on a shoot for the a promotional video for the Washington Semester program at American University and found them to be a very convenient and accurate way to create a warmer, more natural look for shooting interviews. I used the A and B settings on the camera to register two different white balances and with the flick of a switch, showed both to the director on the monitor. It was great to be able to give the director two different looks very quickly. Warmcards are a great product and long overdue. When the Fall semester starts, I intend to demonstrate them to my video production students in class and will encourage them to use them on their location shoots."
Dave Porfiri
Assistant Professor of Film and Video Production
American University School of Communication
Washington, DC

"I am a former camera operator and now do most of my work as a producer and director. I was recently given a set of WarmCards by a friend to try on a project I was working on. The first day was a multi-camera shoot and we white balanced on regular white, and then with Warm-1 card. We toggled back and forth between the settings and everyone agreed that the WarmCard looked much better than white.  I have used other methods to trick the white balance but the results were not always consistent. The WarmCards however, gave a consistent look under our light conditions throughout the project.  "I have since bought a set of my own and I really like the smaller set of WarmCards. I have been working on a project in which a Canon XL-1 was used and the WarmCards look great with it as well. The smaller cards on the lanyard are my set of choice for location shooting. I have since made it a standard to use WarmCards and have used them on projects from documentaries to sporting events. Thanks for making it so simple to get a better look!"
Chris Jensen
Salt Lake City, UT

"Cannot express how much time this saves in post-production. Makes color correcting video between our multi-cam productions almost non-existent. A definite must have."
Tish, B&H Customer Review

"I work for a government access TV station and we shoot a lot of video every day and these cards have radically improved my ability to quickly get great color from my overworked camera. Certainly better than picking between a white piece of poster board or the least offensive preset."
JET, B&H Customer Review

"Easy to use and understand. A real bargain. I use them for video and stills."
Howard, B&H Customer Review

"I like being able to warm up a scene and not be left with just a white balance card. These are of high quality and am happy with the purchase."
Classic Dan, B&H Customer Review

"It saves an incredible amount of time and gives very consistent results you can count on when using several cameras on the same shoot."
More Energy!, B&H Customer Review

"I've been using a "home grown" white balance card with decent results, but really have seen the need to purchase a complete card set. Having fractional warming has made a huge difference in my color saturation, especially under "less than desirable" lighting conditions. I used the cards for the first time while producing a live stage performance and was quite impressed with the results."
Bob, B&H Customer Review

"Excellent and simple way to warm up a shot. Whether it's flesh tones or scenery a slightly warmer balance can really make a difference. I prefer to only use them when I have a monitor handy but I've found using a half blue is generally safe. I use them so often I've finally bought a second set to make sure I'm never without them. We even use them in a multi-camera studio situation and the result is always great. I used to consider these cards my secret weapon when they first came out. I highly recommend them."
CoastalCat, B&H Customer Review

"I'm the director of a new video production department at a large church in North Carolina and I've used WarmCards before at other positions. I use these cards for balancing both indoors and out a lot and the allow me to get pretty consistent looking footage. They're durable and allow you a wide range of flexibility. I do wish they made an even larger set for balancing from a distance as in our auditorium. I would highly recommend these cards as an essential tool in any production environment. There are no real bad qualities about them that I can think of."
VideoBill, B&H Customer Review

"When shooting on digital, these balance cards are great for creating the right tone in the frame. The variety is especially helpful when you need to balance just a little bit warmer or cooler. Highly recommend shooting with them- holding up a white piece of paper just doesn't do it."
Shooter Gal, B&H Customer Review

"Easy to use, well packaged and well implemented accessory. Will last for years. I bought the kit for some of our smaller camcorders - such as the HVX200 - to enable fast wb but with the creative edge - slightly warm or cold depending on subject and intended mood. Our main HDCAMs of course have total control over wb thru the menu system. In practice, the cards are so easy to use that we now use them for every situation where careful wb is needed. And once set, the 'standard' wb is usable for most situations. Highly recommended."
Spydacam, B&H Customer Review

"I should have bought them sooner. I use them on every shoot."
Matt, B&H Customer Review

"Use this product every time I shoot. The different shades of color cards are wonderful, they help me on days when it is an overcast as well as those harsh sunny days! The color effect after I use the cards are unparallel by any other."
Shah, B&H Customer Review

"Used these on a night shoot with a Canon 7D where the lighting was very yellow. These cards helped out a lot! I was able to choose between a number of cards until I found the right color. "
Everett, B&H Customer Review

"I love these cards. I really do . . . you do get a nice pouch to keep them in. As far as they're actual purpose...They look great, and give your footage a push in a beautiful direction."
Pete Lutz, B&H Customer Review

"As a professional, I need accurate white balance and these cards do that and more. I like that I can add warmth by choosing the appropriate cards for the balance I need."
Photo Journey, B&H Customer Review

"I work for a local TV station & we use warm cards for every shoot. So when I bought my own camera for home use I had to get some. The cards really improve your video whether you're just adding a little or a lot of warmth. You'll really notice a difference when you use the cards to shoot someone very pale. Overall, your image just looks richer. I also appreciate having the carrying case that hooks onto my bag for easy access.I would definitely recommend these cards. They make a huge difference in your video."
Laura, B&H Customer Review

"As a producer of motorcycle movies, I require gear to be value added and compact. Having multiple cameras mounted on a motorcycle and getting them to match while shooting is very important because it saves time in post by not needing a lot of color correction and additional rendering time. Every DP should have this."
Cliff, B&H Customer Review

"I received these WarmCards as a birthday gift after reading about how useful they are in the book, 'The Joy of Digital Photography.' I am very happy with how well they work and the look they give my photos. The only problem I've had is trying to set the White Balance while in uneven or low light, but other than that, they're great! My brother and I have also used them with our video camera for a project we were working on, and they work just as well. I would definitely recommend them. They are light, small, easy to use, and give your images a great look!"
Dominic, B&H Customer Review

"If you need to get exellent skin tone in some difficult lighting situation this is your best videographer friend otherwise be prepare for color correction in NLE."
EdBeta, B&H Customer Review

"Durable and added great skin tone to my bride and groom without looking fake. "
Beach Videographer, B&H Customer Review

"When the white balance presets don't cut it and you're looking for more control, this is an excellent solution. Able to fit nearly anywhere in a kit and flipped through plenty fast. "
MxPx96, B&H Customer Review

"This is a fabulous color balance tool! Makes correct color balance Fast & Easy. A real "must" if you want the best color balance that you can possibly get. And it doesn't need any rocket science to make it happen. It just does it!
Big Al, B&H Customer Review

"My videography occurs in difficult lighting situations. The WarmCards save me time in edit."
Mr Music, B&H Customer Review

"We probably should have bought these years ago. Great price, and the cards are portable and durable. "
Anthony, B&H Customer Review

"Found out about this product watching Doug Jensen's Sony FS-7 tutorial video series. Has everything you will need to get great white balance results."
VideoDave, B&H Customer Review

"Very durably build and came in handy the second after I got them. "
TS, B&H Customer Review

"I thought that Warm Cards might be just another unnecessary "extra" to cart around. 'Not the case at all...they're great. They work exactly as advertised and will save me time through my entire workflow. I wish that I had known about these years ago!"
JP, B&H Customer Review

"I like these cards becuase they are easy to use in the field and they offer a consistant white balance system between multiple cameras to match up color in the field as close as possible. Helps make the post production color correcting a little bit easier."
George, B&H Customer Review

"I used the cards to color balance underwater in pools. I use them especially to improve the skin tones. I have had great luck using the Warm 3 card to bring out the warmth of the skin and minimize the bue tones. It makes my color editing much easier compared to spending hours in photoshop."
AnnaC, B&H Customer Review

This is in my bag of tweaks. Whatever I can use to make my footage look better for my client than the other guys..... I'll use it. Nice gradual steps in warming up the image.
Rsgobo, B&H Customer Review

"I shoot weddings, workout videos and band promo videos, etc. This is one of the most important tools I have purchased to improve my video and still shots. These warm cards do a very beautiful, accurate job of giving back the natural colors and even warming them or cooling them depending on what you're shooting. If you want accurate shots, especially if you're a professional, you can't go wrong with this set of white and warm cards. "
Scotty the Wedding Videographer, B&H Customer Review

"Cannot express how much time this saves in post-production. Makes color correcting video between our multi-cam productions almost non-existent. A definite must have. "
Tish, B&H Customer Review

"Excellent and simple way to warm up a shot. Whether it's flesh tones or scenery a slightly warmer balance can really make a difference. I use them so often I've finally bought a second set to make sure I'm never without them. We even use them in a multi-camera studio situation and the result is always great. I used to consider these cards my secret weapon when they first came out. I highly recommend them. "
Coastal Cat, B&H Customer Review

"I'm the director of a new video production department at a large church in North Carolina and I've used WarmCards before at other positions. I use these cards for balancing both indoors and out a lot and the allow me to get pretty consistent looking footage. They're durable and allow you a wide range of flexibility. I do wish they made an even larger set for balancing from a distance as in our auditorium. I would highly recommend these cards as an essential tool in any production environment. There are no real bad qualities about them that I can think of. "
VideoBill, B&H Customer Review


Who Uses WarmCards?

60 MInutes, Winter Olympics, Summer Olympics, 20/20, Dateline NBC, E! True Hollywood Story, Survivor, Big Brother, A&E Biography, A&E Investigative Reports, HGTV, TLC, Larry King Live, Court TV, Discovery Channel, "Christopher Lowell Show", CBS "Early Show", "Modern Marvels", A&E "American Justice", Ricki Lake Show, NASCAR Images, "Men Are From Mars, Women are From Venus", Animal Planet "Breed All About It", The Travel Channel "Secrets", History Channel -"History's Mysteries", History Channel - "The Most", ABC News / ABSAT, CNN "Pinnacle", Food Network "Food 911", Fox Sports, Hard Copy, E! Entertainment, Inside Edition, CNBC, EXTRA!, CNN , Fox News Channel, PAX - "It's A Miracle", Health Week, Inside Stuff, Good Morning America, Univision, Fox News Sunday, ABC World News Tonight, ESPN2 "RPM 2NIGHT", Oprah, Sundance Channel, Fox Broadcasting, Entertainment Tonight, Access Hollywood, "Extreme Homes" "Perfect Proposal" - TLC, "Ambush Makeover" - FOX, "Room By Room" - HGTV, "Jacobsen & Friends", Golf Channel, "Command Decisions", "5-4-3-2-1" Fox Sports, Christopher Lowell Show, Greystone Communications, TLC, Fox Broadcasting, "Music Mania 2002", Don Imus Show, Montel Williams, Larry King Live, NHK, BBC, ITN, EBU, TNT, Court TV, Discovery Channel, CBS "Early Show"


WarmCards are used at many TV stations and networks, including:


WarmCards are used in many countries, including:

 USA, China, England, France, Belgium, Israel, Mexico, Australia, New Zealand, Canada, Switzerland, Lebabnon, Ecuador, Norway, Sweden, Greece, Chile, Germany, South Africa, Suriname, N. Ireland, Thailand, Phillipines, Scotland, Singapore, Japan, Korea, Colombia, Wales, Ireland, Russia, Egypt, Turkey, United Arab Emirates, Slovenia, Oman, Peru, Italy, Spain, Denmark, Russia, Austria, South Africa,Finland


WarmCards are used by hundreds of production companies and corporate video departments, including:

NFL Films, *1-800-TV-CREWS, Macie Video Service , 1-800-TV-CREWS, 3.2.1. Productions, 3Dee Video Productions, 4 Goros Studios, 5-Star Productions, 5point6 Studios, a squared productions, A.V.A. Productions, Aaron Fister, AB Roll Productions Ltd., ABC TV Production, ABC-TV, Abracadabra Presentation Graphics, Abracadabra Video, Inc., Absolute Video Productions, Access Video Production, Access Video, Inc., ACTUAVISION, Ad-Market Productions, Inc., Adam Ford, Adrian Ketchum, Advantage Video, Advantage Video Productions, Adventist Media Productions, Adventure Productions, AE Digital TV, AFN-KOREA, After Hours Photography, Afterdark Productions, Inc., Aims Community College, Air Force News Agency, Detachment 11, Al Perry Enterprises, Inc., Ala mode Films, Alan Barney, Alan Lloyd, Aleksey Linchuk, Alessandra Lombardini-Parks, Alex Chan, Algor Inc., Alice Video Productions, Alimar Combined Studios, Aloha Hawaii Facilities, ALP Productions, Alpha Video & Audio, Alpha Video Productions, American Stores Company, Ames Department Stores, AMG Video Productions, Andrew Dunn, Andrew Hollister, Anglia Television Productions, Ann Courrier, Annette Brown, ANR Communications, Anthony Manniello, APC Productions Inc., Apex Productions, Archdiocese of Miami CRTV, ARNG Multi Media Branch, ARNG Multi-Media Branch, Arnold Productions, Arrow Electronics, Inc., Artech Photography, Arth, Ltd., Artison Productions, LLC, Artistic Productions, ASC Media Services, Asia Geographic Productions, Asia Sport Television, Associated Images, AssureTec Systems, AT&T Broadband, AT&T Media Service, AT&T Media Services, AT&T Media Services (CO), AT&T Media Services (MA), AT&T Media Services, MN, Atelier Lucia, Atticus Tay Hsi Chiang, AUA Digital Post Productions, Inc., Audio Reinforcement Solutions, Audubon Nature Institute, Awana Clubs International, Ayala Productions, Inc., B&C Video Productions, B-Roll.net, B.C. Video Productions, Inc., B.L. Usnik Productions, Inc., Balch & Company, Bank of America, Bankester & Associates, BankShot Productions, Banner Health, Baptist Hospital, Barbizon Light of the Rockies, Barbizon- New England, Barbizon- New York, Barnet D. Malin, Barrington Productions, Barry Braverman, Base 2 Studios, BaseZero Productions, Inc., Bautista Video Productions, BBC, BBC - Kenya, BC CTV News, Beacon Light & Sound, Bear Creek Productions, Beautiful Ones Video, Beech Street Communications, Bell Foto Art Productions, Belo Capital Bureau, Beluga SRL, Best Productions, Beulah Films, Inc., Big Shoulders Digital Video, Big Valley Productions, Bill Brussard, Bill McMillin Productions, Bill Metcalfe, Bill Miller, Black Opal Studio, Blink, Blue Hill Farms, Blue Horizon Pictures, Blue Visual Effects, BlueCat Productions, Bo Mulder Photography, Bob Shell, Bobo Project, Boggs Media, Boise State University SMITC, Bowers Media Group, Inc., Brain Wasilauski, Bravo Romeo Entertainment, Break Away Technologies, Brian Beard, Brian Gawlik, Brian M. Zusi Productions, Bright Bros., Inc., Bright Filament Productions, Britt McAllister, Broadcast Images, Brocka, Broken Films, Bryan Brousseau, Bryan Stratte, BT Productions, Bungalow 3, Burger King Corporation, bythom.com, C Image Productions, C/D Productions, Inc., CA Media, CableONE Advertising, California State University, Chemistry, Canadian Broadcasting Corporation, Canadian Museum of Civilization, Canadian Television, Carico International, Inc., Carl M. Heinemann, Carlos Esteves, Carlos Gaston Fazio, Carolina News Crews, Carousel Video, Casa Na Arvore Video Ltda, Casablanca Productions, Catalyst Productions, Caterpillar Financial Services Corp., Catillac Productions, CBC News, CBN News, CBS - Los Angeles, CBS News, Cecil E. Palmiter, Cedarholm Productions, Central Coast Videoworks, Centre Video Services, CEV Multimedia, Ltd., CFM Communications, CH News - Hamilton, Chair Leg Productions, Channel 12 News, Channel Three Productions, Channel Two Broadcasting / Syntax Product, Charles Hadlock, Charles Tanner, Chicago Tribune Multi-Media, Ching-Kuang Shene, Choice Hotels International, Chris Argo, Chris Christian Photography, Chris Hursh Video, Christ Community Church, Christensen Design, Christian Gatien, Christine Halfpenny, Christine Photography, Christopher Akins, Christopher Jackson - CNN, Christopher Li, CHTV, Chubb & Son, Church Initiative, Cimtek Automation Systems, Cirrus Teleproductions, Citibank, CITV - City of Richardson, City of Dearborn, City of Milpitas, City of St. Clair, City of Tampa, Claes Arnaud, CLamCam Video, Clayson Television, Inc., Clear Lake Photo, Clovis Fire Department, CLTV News, CMR Studios, CMR, Inc., CN8/Comcast, CNET, CNet Networks, CNN, CNX Media, Cobalt Productions, Coco Palm Pictutes, Cold Hollow Photography, Colgate-Palmolive Company, Collage Video, Com-Video Productions, Comcast / CN8, Commercial Video Inc., Common Sense, Community Multimedia Communications Netwo, Community Television, CompoVID, Comtech Corp, Continental Film Productions Corp., Cornerstone Pictures, Corporate Media Group, Inc., Coruway Film Institute, Costello Communications, Inc., County of Santa Clara Sheriff's Office, Covenant Baptist Church, Covenant Productions, Cox Channel 4 San Diego, Cox Communications, Crash & Annie Productions, CRCC, Creative Input, Creative Marketing Resources, Creative Productions, Crew Productions, Crew TV, Crews Control, Crosswind Productions, Crozier & Henderson, Crozier Henderson Productions, Crush Video, Crystal Clear Media, CTGinc of Illinois, CTV - Canadian Television, CTV National News, CTV News, CTV News - Calgary, CTV News - Washington, CTV Productions, Curio Productions, Inc., Curt Rierson, Custom Image Photography, Cutting Edge Productions, Cypress Baptist Church, Cypress Productions, Cypress-Fairbanks ISD, Dagens Naeringsliv, Dana Corporation, Daniel Branam, Darel Crawford, Dave Phillips, Dave Porfiri, David Delene, David Doyle, David English, David Garcia, David Hoelscher, David Jones, David Kalman, David L Nystul, David Nase, David P Munoz, David Perella, Dawber & Company, Inc., Dawson Pictures, DaySpring Media, Dayton Board of Education, DB South, Dean Sensui, Dejan Savic, DeKalb Video Productions, Delta Electronics, Denis Malyavin, Dennis Hearne, Dept. of the Treasury, Desert Gem Productions, Destiny Health Trends Network, Diana Carty, Diane Noel, Dick Young Productions, DigImagine Media, Digital Complete, Digital Farm, Digital Image & Sound, Digital Media Education, Digital Postproduction Services of New Yo, Digital Television Ltd., Digital Video Dynamix, Digital Video Images, Inc., DigiView Company, Dilbeck Realtors, DOB Productions, DoDEA - Office of Comm, Dolby Laboratories, Don Boner, Donnell W. Wilcox, Doug Hart, DREAMSOURCE Productions, Duke University Medical Center, Dunn Productions, DV Crew, DV Interactive, DVDojo, DZP Video/Multimedia, Inc., Eagle Video Productions, Earthtalk Studios, East River Electric Power Co-op, Eastern Video Corporation, Ed Kukla Cinematography, Edit Yv3 Plus Inc., Edward McNamara, EHR Audio, Eisen Video Productions, Inc., EKW Associates, Eleanor L. Wetmore, Electric Pictures, Eley O'Connor Detroit Ltd., Elon University, Emile Harris, Encore Multimedia, Encore Video Productions, Energy News Live, ENG Gadgets, Inc., ENG-VideoHouse, EPIC of Wisconsin, Inc., Equimage, Eric Odegard, Eric Reeves, Eric Twiste, Eric Williams Locations Sound, ESNE TV, ESPN Bureau, ETTC@Lowry, Ettiene Snyman, Exposed Image Productions, Exposure Productions, ExpoTheater Productions, Express Sales, EXTRA, Eye to Eye Video, Eyecon Video Productions, FADE IN Electronics, Family Documentaries, Farhat Mehmood, Farrow Media Services, Fat Cat VDO, Federal Bureau of Prisons, FEMA-NETC, Films for the Humanities and Sciences, FilmShows, Filmtools.com, Fiordalisi & Company, First Tennessee, Fisher Photography, Five Fold, FJMares Photography, Flashpoint Media, Fletcher Chicago, Inc., Florida TV Film Crews.com, Focus Communications Group, Focus Video Productions, Inc., Forrester Media, Inc., Four Weddings Productions, Fox 25 News, Fox 30 News, Fox Toledo News, Fox Valley DV, Fox Valley Technical College, Frame Makers SRL, Frame X Frame Video Services, Francis King, Frank Boulton, Frank C. Garber, Frank Laviano, Frank Romero, Frank Ruggerie, Franklin College, Fred Drabik Video Productions, Fred Marcus Photography, Fred Towns, Free Lunch, Freelance Video Services, Freelancer LLC, Fresh Cut Films, Friends of Plays-in-th-Park, Frodog Production, Full Frame Entertainment, Fullgraf Motion Pictures, Future Media Corp., Futurecoaches Design Group, Inc., G Films, G. Barnet, G. Martyn Porter, G2 Productions, G3 Productions, Galaxy Productions, GarageFilms.com, Gary Rutherford, Gaslight Productions, Gateway, Gatley Photography, Gaylord Cable Networks, GCOM Inc., GE Video Productions, GEICO, Gene Warman Production Services, Generator Films, George Mc Keever, George Tseng, Gil Gilbert, Ginghamsburg Church, Girl Scouts of the USA, Glen Piegari, Glenn DiTommaso, Glenn Scott Associates, LLC, Global News, Global Television, Gold Films, Inc., Gold Team Productions, Golden Dome Media, Goldman Sachs & Co., Goodwin Production Services, Gordon L. Profitt, Goward, GP e-Learning Technologies, Grace Jaccarino, Grand Cinema, Granger Community Church, Granjoor Entertainment, Grapeseeker Video & Graphics, Inc., Graphically Speaking, Graphiti Design & Advertising, Grass Roots Media, Grassland Media, Inc., GreenFlash Video, Greenwater Productions, Greg Schwemer, Gregg Therieau, Grindefx, Gus Roux, GVTV, H I R Springthorpe, Hallion Productions Asia Pte., Ltd., Hallmark Cards, Inc., Hamisi N Robinson, Hancock Bank, Hartland Productions, Hattan Productions, Inc., HB Brockman, Head Shots, Heath Video Services, Ltd., Heidi Gitleman, Heim Productions, Hensel Phelps Construction, Hepler Photography, Herman Garcia, High Pointe Baptist Church, Highland Productions, HighSeas Digital Cinema, HILLCO Services, Hoffmann Films, Hogtown Productions, Hologon, Hoosier Energu REC, Inc., Hot Spots Television, HuskerVision-University of Nebraska, I3HDTV Films Rental, Iconologue, Idacorp, Idaho Fish & Game, IDC Art Editions, Idle Minds Productions, Ignacio Artinano, Image Makers Advertising Inc., Image Recordings, ImagePro Productions, Imagewise Inc., Imaginations Unlimited, In Focus Productions, In-House Video Productions, Independence Blue Cross, Independent Productions, Inc., Indian Hill Television Network, Indiana University, Indianapolis-Marion County Public Library, Indigo Productions, Inc., InfoBack Corporation, Ingram Video Productions, Intel America, Inc. -- CBS, Intel Corporation, IntellectFilms, International Children's Care, International Mission Boards, S.B.C., IPHC N.E.T., IU Radio & TV Services, J R O Pictures, J. Little, J. Nakagawa Photographics, Jack Newman, JaMa Video Service, James Ferry Photography, James Saligari, James Tower Media, James Tushinski, Jamie Milgrim, Jana Chytil, Jason Bleibtreu, Jason Davis, Jason McDonald, JC Peery, JC Photo Group, JC Video Productions, JCW, JDA Incorporated, Jean Leclair, Jeff Jones, Jefferson County Public Schools, Jenny Lynn Video Productions, Jetkahn Productions, Jim Cook Lighting Camera, Jim Copeland Photography, Jim Daly, Jiyub Lee, jmovie.com, Joann M. Eland, Joanne Wilk, Joda Productions, Jodi Silver, Jody Eldred Productions, Joe Peters, Joey J Ketcham, John Boyd, John Corriere, John D. Biggers, John English, John Fitzmorris, John Hussey, John Matthew Seabury, John Scarpaci, John Sharaf Photography, Johnny Garcia, Johnny Gerhart, Jolly Roger Images, Inc., Jon Daly, Joseph Gutowski, Joseph Harris, Joseph Savaglio, JOSH Productions, Joshua Grenier, Joshua Naughton, Joydip Homchowdhury, JPL Productions, JR Associates, JTV Productions, LC, Juris, Inc., Justice Brothers, Inc., Justin Bergeron, K-State Dept. of Communications, Kaiser Permanente, KAKE TV, Kaleidio Interactive Media, Kana, Kantziper Production Services, Kathi Peoples, Kato Video Productions, KBTF - CBHS, KBTX-TV, KCCO / WCCO-TV, KCEN-TV, KCRG TV, KCRG-TV, KCVRG-TV, KDKA TV News 2, Keith Behrle Productions, Keith Jackson Directing, Keith Levenson, Kellas Grindley Productions, Kelly Innerarity, KELO-TV, Ken Day Productions, Ken Potter, Kennedy Video Service, Inc., Kenneth Adamik, Kenneth Copeland Ministries, Kenneth S. Libby, KENS-TV, Kent Saunders, Kent State Univ. Teleproductions, Kentucky Department of Education, Kevin Berry, KFOR-TV, KGM, KGPE TV 47, KH Films, Inc., KHOU TV, KHOU-TV, KHOU-TV., Kibby Raynor Productions, Kinship Productions, Inc., KITV, KITV - TV, KITV 4, KLAS-TV8, KNAZ TV, KO Productions, KOAT-TV, Kokopele Productions, KOMO TV, KOMU-TV, Kono Films Ltd., Korean Christian TV System, KOTV, KOTV Channel 6, KPOM/KFAA TV, KPRC-TV, Kris Smith, KRQE News 13, KSAX-TV, KSPR-TV, KTTV-11 Fox, KTUL, KTUU, KTVX Television, KUED Media Solutions, Kuhn Productions, Kurt Snider, KVBC-TV, KVBC-TV 3, KVEA 52 / Telemundo, KVIA Television, KVIA-TV, ABC-7, KVUE-TV, KWTX-TV, L.S.M. Studios, La Cite collegiale, La Cucaracha TV, Lakeland Community College, Lansing Community College, Larry Street, LAUNCH, Laura Ittzes, Lauri Enterprises, Inc., Lawper Media Productions, Lawrence & Schiller, Leader Productions, Inc., Leanne Dennis, Leatherback Publishing, Inc., Lee Dedear, Legend Fine Portraits, Lehigh University, Leo Dejan, LGM Creative Studios, LifeSupport Productions, Lifetime Media, LLC, LifeView Resources, Lifeworld Broadcast Ministries, Light & Power Communications, Light Bender, Inc., Lighthouse Video Productions, Lightship Pictures, Lingner Group Productions, Linn Productions, Lisa Arden Julienne, Little Pond Productions, LNA Systems, Lone Wolf Interactive, Lone Wolf Productions, LSU University Relations, Lyle Sorenson Video, Macie Video Service, MadDash E-Media, Magda Institute Inc., Maine PBS, Mainstay Ministries, Management & Training Corporation, Marc Jutras, Marcus Photography AAS, Marcus Production Premiere, Margaret Brown, Margaret Cole, Mark Oldham, Mark T. Harris, Marlboro Productions, Marshall Hooker, Mary Lou Dalesandro, Maslin Productions, Ltd., Mat Braillard, MAT eVentures, Inc., Matt Irwin, Matt Suess Photography, mattburkett.com, Mattern Video Productions, Inc., Matthew Leonetti, McArthur Communications, Inc., MCET, McIntosh Productions, McKee Foods Corporation, MCTV Ch. 48, MDA Productions, Media 7 Ministries, Media Connections, Inc., Media Entertainment, Media Magic, Media Production - USU, Media Production Group, Media Source, MediaSource, Mediasuite, Inc., Memories, Memrad Medical Group, Mentor Films, Merck & Co., Inc., Metaview Communications, Metro Studios, Metro Video Productions, MGP, MGTV, Miami Video Arts, Michael Bernstein, Michael Brims, Michael C. Eckstein, Michael Choung, Michael Cuthbert, Michael Hall Photography, Michael Jee, Michael Maresco, Michael Marton, Michael Papadopoulos, Michael Prendergast, Midnight Media Group, Inc., Midtown Video, Midtown Video, Inc., Mike Baron, Mike Cloutier, Mike Goubeaux, Mike Healey Productions, Inc., Mike Troxell, Mike Vasilinda Productions, Mike Williams, Mills TV, Mind Over Media, Mirraden Pty. Ltd., Mirror Image Productions, Missionary Training Center, Missouri School Boards' Association, Mitchell's Photography, ML Productions, MLHU, Mojo Picturewerks, Momentous Video Productions, Monell Communications, Monica Summerville, Montclair Rheumatology, Moon Marketing & Advertising, Mooving Pictures Media, Moretlwa Productions, Morgan Stanley Multimedia, Mott Community College, Mouse Photography, Moviewrights, Inc., Moving Image, Inc., Moving Pictures, LLC, Mulberry Street Pictures, Mule Video Productions, Mulligan Studios, Multi Image Productions, Muse Productions, Music Stage Digital Studio, Mykris Video, Nancy L. Spoolman, NASA Langley Research Center, National Assoc. of Home Builders, Nature's Sunshine Products, NBC, NBC - News, NBC-7/39, Ned Soltz, Neighborhood Reinvestment Corp., NETPDTC REMC SD, New Covenant Free Methodist Church, New England Cooks, New World Video, New York Life Insurance Co., News 12 The Bronx, News 12 The Bronx NY, News 8 Austin, NewsCam, Nextera Enterprises, NFL Films, Nicholas Tomizawa, Nicole Sommerfeld, Nierika, Norm Arnold, Norman Hvam, Norman Strachan Video, North American Mission Board, North Slope Borough Admin. & Finance, Northland Broadcast, Novo Film & Video, NPPD, Nyla Wallin, O'Hare Productions, Obscura Inc., Ocean One Productions, Inc., Old Orchard House, Olivier Video Productions, On Sight Productions, On The Path Productions, ON-VISUALDESIGN, Once Upon a Lifetime Photography, OnlIne Productions, Inc., Online Video Design, Inc., OnMedia Ad Sales, Organized Mayhem Productions, Orpheus Laboratories, Ort Produksjoner, Osprey Production Group, Otis College of Art and Design, Outlaw Video Productions, Overseas Productions Ltd., Pacific Pictures, Pacific View Productions, Pagano Media, Palindrome Productions, Palm Beach County Sheriff's Office, Panda Productions, Para Research, Paradise Video & Film, Paradise Video and Film, Park Group, Park Victoria Dental, Patrick Brennan, Paul Dickie, Paul Simison, Payback Training Systems, Inc., Pebblestone Productions, Pecchi Paolo, Pegasus Productions, Performance Dimensions, Peter Burns, Peter Mongillo, Phantom Power Productions, Philip Booth, Philip Chang, Philippe Decaux, Phillip Taylor, Phillips Media, Ltd., Photo Arts, Photography - Not Just A Facsimile, Photomart Cine Video, Photopixels, Photos by Corwin, Picture and Sound Productions, Pictures & Words, PictureWorks, Inc., PiSolutions, Pitbull Productions, Plano Television Network, PLEIT PRODUCTIONS VOF, Point of View Productions, Pons Maar Productions, POV Media, Power of Lighting, Powerhouse Productions, PowerImaging, PowerVision Productions, Praire Public Broadcasting, Prarie Fire Media, Precious Memories Videography, Premiere Productions, Inc., Primary Focus, Procam OY, PRODUKTION, Profiles in Video, Inc., Purdue University, PushPoint, PVS, Quantum Imaging, Quick Lad, Quicksilver Assoc., Inc., Quiet Please Sound Recording, Quinn Reimann Productions, RAD Productions, Inc., Rai TV, Rainbow Video Productions, Randy Currin, Randy Scoggins, RAT Productions, Raul Casares, Ray Hanley, RayCine Productions, Raymond Pfeffer, Raymond Vickers, RBY Productions, RE/MAX of Atlanta, RealTime New Media Comm., RealWorld Productions, Inc., REL Productions, Relay Productions, Inc., Reliant Energy, RF Films, Rich Rossi, Richard Lewisohn, Richard A. Smith Productions, Richard Games Cinematography, Richard Rapoza, Richard Walker, Rick Sannicandro, Rick Smosky, Rick Suddeth, Rippling Effects Productions, Rising Sun Studios, RK Productions, RLH Productions, RMC, Roaring Mouse Productions, Robert Russo, Robert S. Stanley, Robert Vanrhyn, Roberto Cermak, Robichaud Production Services, Robin Slater, Rock Steady Productions, Rosea Corp., Rothschild & Assoc., Inc., Roy Boone, Royal Video Productions, Inc., RT Photo, RT Productions, Inc., RTM Productions, Running Pony Productions, Russ Reid Co., Russell Rutherford, Rvision, Ryder Systems, Inc., S&D Video Production, S.A.L. Photography, S.O.L.O. Productions, Sakana, Inc., Saltwater Cinema, Salvador Rodriguez, Sam Ganzman, Sam King, San Francisco State University, San Jacinto College Central, Santa Fabio, Sardis Media, schievePHOTO, LLC, Schmitt & Company Productions, Inc., Schmitt's Countryhouse Studio, School District 15, Scott Carroll Illustration, Scott Fien, Scott Kilian Production, Screenscape Studios, Scripps Institution of Oceanography / U.C, Scripps Productions, ScubaVision Productions, SDS Productions, LLC, Sean Lewis, Searchlight Films, Sears Canada, Inc. - Dept. 728PA, Semaphore Video, Ltd., Senior Technologies, Inc., Sensory Communications, Senthil Chidambaram, Services Integration Group, Settlemoir.tv, Sevatek, Seven Productions, ShadowBox Pictures, Shenandoah University, Shenise Productions, Shoot N Edit, ShootFirst, Shooting Star Productions, ShowTenders, Inc., SHP, Shrewsbury High School, Sign Video Ltd., Siloe Music, Silva Lining Productions, Silver City Sound & Video, Silver Star Video, Simard, Sintaks, Siteworks, Sküter Digital, Inc., Skehan Communications Group, Inc., Sky News, Sky River Productions, Inc., Sleeping Dog Entertainment, LLC, Smith College, Smokey Roberts Film & Video, Smokin' Video Inc., Software House International, Solana Productions, Solsbury Hill Productions, Sonlight Studios, Sound Idea Productions, Souter Productions, Inc., South Coast Fellowship, South Plains College, Southwest Florida Water Management Dist., Southwest Media, SP Video, Inc., Spectare Media, Spin Network Pte Ltd., Splitrock Studios, Spoon Mountain Productions, Stages Video Productions, Stallion Film & Video, LLC, Stan Kotecki Photo Inc., Stanislaus County Sheriff's Department, STAR TV, State University of New York /Stony Brook, Stefan Pfeil, Stephen MacMurray, Stephen Schleicher, Sterling Films, Ltd., Steve Klarer, Steve Lee, Steve Rendall, Steve Struve, Steven Chan, Steven F. Blalock, STEVO ENG/EFP Prod., Stiddy Studios, Storyline Pictures, Inc., Storytellers Media Group, Ltd., Strange Communications Limited, StringShot News Assets, Stronco Audio Visuals, Strong Communications, Stuart K. Sporn Video Services, Studio 1, Studio Graphics, Sub-Zero, Superhuman Images, Inc., Swain Photography, Swen Entertainment, Synapse, Tacoma Public Utilities, Tamarack Creek Productions, Tankersley Productions, Tanya Maycock, Taro Beckwith, Technical Edge Communications, LLC, Ted Fetzer, Ted Jan, ,Ted Schellenberger, Tega Media, Telecinema, Television New Zealand, Ten Mile Productions, Texas A&M Athletic Video, Texas Highdef, The Advisory Board Company, The Creative Network, Inc., The Drum, The Futures Channel, The Intervale Group, LLC, The Jackson Group, The Kamber Group, The Media Center, The Micheaux Foundation, The Moving Visuals Co., The Peoples Channel, The R&B Group, The Salvation Army, The Space, Inc., The Troupe, There's Hope Ministries, Theresa Mendez, Thomas Christensen, Thomas Taylor, Thomas Waldron, Thornhill Productions, ThoughtCandle, Inc., Three Sixty Productions, Tigris Systems Corp, Tim Edwards, Tim Malone & Associates, Time Line Systems, Time/Warner Cable, Timeless Visions, Timothy Hilton, TJ Dorough, TKA Photo, Today's Homeowner, Todd Covelli, Tom Brunstetter, Tom Campbell's Film/Video Prod., Tom Ewing, Tom Pagano, Tom Valens, Tom Zaleski Video Productions, Tony Knoss, Top Spin, Total Video, Inc., Totaltape Inc., Tower Products, Inc., Town of Westfield, TPC, Inc., Trainone.com, Transcend Video Productions, Transcontinental, Tribal Productions Asia, Trident Technical College, Tsuneya Ohno, Turning Point Productions, TV 2 Sports, TV Bob Productions, TV2, TV2 AS, Norway, TVA, TVLokaal.com NV, TVP Studios, Twin Cities Public Television, Twitch Films, Inc., U.S. Air Force - 30 CS/SCSML, U.S. Airforce, U.S. Army, U.S.P.S. Public Affairs, UCLA, UltimateTV, UNCW-TV, United Church of Christ National Office, United States Postal ServiceUniversal Video, University of Colorado, University of Oklahoma, University of Pennsylvania, University of St. Thomas, Univision, Univision Network, Unlimited Post, Inc., USAV Group, USU, Utah State University, VA Dept. of Game & Inland Fisheries, Vadnais, Wood & Rivers, Vasquez Video, VenUS Directions, Inc., Venus Productions, Inc., Verite Producciones, VIA, Inc., Viceroy Films, Victor Ferreira, Victor Matos Production Services, VID-COM, Video Arte Productions, Video Communication Services, Inc., Video Concepts, Video Design, VIDEO IMPRESSIONS, Video Litigation, Ltd., Video Movie Magic, Video News Service, Video One Productions, Video Post Productions, Inc., Video Production Services, Video Spotlight Productions, Video Symphony Entertaining, VIDEO TRAX, Video West Productions, VideoArt Productions, Videograph, VIDEOSyncracies, VIDEOTRANSFORM, INC., VideoWorkshop, Villages News Network, Vincent Reynaud, Virtual Images Ink, Visibility, Inc., Visions, Vista Multimedia, Visual Communications, Inc., Visual Memories Video Productions, VITROROBERTSON, VTA, W.D. Video Productions, WABC-TV, Wacky Zacky Productions, Wade Smith, Wai-Shan Lam, Walkabout Productions, Inc., Walt Disney TV International, Walter Holman, Walters Gardens, Inc., Walworth Television, Inc., Warren Tech, Washington and Lee University, Wasteland Productions, Inc., Waterfront Productions, Way Kool Productions, Wayne Wright, WBAL-TV, WBGU-PBS, WBOC-TV, WBRC Fox 6, WBTW-TV, WCMH-TV, WCNY Television, WDAF-TV, Weisman Video Productions, Wendy Miller, West Hills College / Coalinga, Westminster Church of God, Weston, Wever Photo, Inc., WFLA, WFTC-TV News Department, WGAL-TV, WGCL-TV - CBS Atlanta, WGHP, WHBQ Fox 13, WHIO-TV, White Sand Productions, WHNT-TV, WHTM-TV, WildCam Australia, Will Homes, William Good, William Hooke, William Leibow, William Mauldin Productions, Inc., William R. Markel, William T. Skinner, William West, Wilson Tsang, WILX, WISN TV, WITN-7 News, WJHG-TV, WJMK Productions, WJW-TV, FOX, WJZ-TV, WKMPellucid, WKRN-TV, WKYC-TV, WLII (Univision Pueeto Rico), WLOX Television, WMGM-TV, WNBC-TV Channel 4, WNYT-TV (NEWS), Wolfgang Achtner, Wolfgang Hausmann, WOLO-TV, Wonderdog Media, Wonderworks, Inc., Woodrose Productions, Woodrow W. Campbell, Woody Tottenham, World Mission Communications, WPI Productions, WPSD-TV, WREG-TV, WSAV NBC, WSAZ, WTEN/NEWS-10, WTKR-TV, WTNH-TV, WTTW-TV, WVLT Volunteer TV, WVNY Channel 22 News, WWL-TV, WWMT-TV, WWSB TV, WWSB-TV, WWSB-TV ABC 40, WXIA Atlanta, Wyoming Public Television, WZZM TV, XPOSIV, XYZ Productions, Yale University, Yama-Ji Kan Dojo, YBP, Inc., Zachary Productions, Zoom TV Limited, ZoomHome Digital, ZoomwerX Productions, ZTV Productions, Zumbado Productions, Inc.