Video Production Services
See Your Organization In Its Best Light
WNIT maintains a fully-equipped production studio, complete with high-definition, digital cameras, routers, switchers, monitors, lighting boards, sound boards, and editing suites. We are capable of creating anything from a 20-second spot to a full-length, one-hour documentary. We can write the script, shoot the footage, add music and visuals, edit, and produce the final copy on DVD or Blue-ray.
- EDC Elkhart
- Hospice Foundation
- Student Hunger Drive
- Farm Fresh To You (Part 1)
- From Righteous to Willing
- SB Neighborhoods
- Food Bank of N. Indiana
- Quilt Gardens
- Bashor Children's...
Multiple Services at Competitive Prices
- Full-length Documentaries
- Commercial Spots
- Web Videos
- Sales Kits
Let us help you put your best foot forward. Put your business, club, or organization in the best light to get your message across. Put WNIT's skilled, professional staff to work for you. We are there for the entire production project:
- Story Board
WNIT's Center for Public Media offers a full range of video and media production services ranging from single camera shoots to multi-camera studio productions. WNIT's Production Services has the facilities, resources, and multiple Emmy-award-winning creative staff to meet all your production needs.
Executive Producer/Production Manager Paul Wasowski’s career in the video communications and television Industry spans more than 30 years. His career began as an editor/videographer producing medical and orthopedic videos with Reed Productions in Warsaw, IN followed as producer/director on corporate, industrial and marketing communications programs with Absolute Recording in Elkhart, IN
From there he worked as Producer/Editor on documentaries and corporate communications programs with Producers International Corporation in Indianapolis, IN, which included several award winning programs for The US Department of Education and The Eli Lilly Foundation.
Wasowski then joined Golden Dome Media, a full service production company in South Bend, IN as Producer, Videographer and Editor. While at Golden Dome, he produced and edited the award winning “Today’s Life Choices” television series and worked extensively on productions spanning broadcast, corporate, instructional and commercial television.
Wasowski then joined WSJV-TV in Elkhart, IN as Creative Services Manager developing FOX 28 into the #1 station for local news in Michiana.
From there, joining WSBT-TV in South Bend, IN as Creative Services Producer, he produced several award winning Indiana Broadcast Association commercial campaigns.
Wasowski has a passion for community engagement and non-profit organizations; spending more than 16 years coaching youth sports and was the Vice President of Make a Difference Michiana;. Currently he serves as Marketing Director for Hey U.G.L.Y (Unique Gifted Loveable You).
Paul Wasowski attended Ivy Tech and holds an Associate of Applied Science Degree/Audio Visual Communications.
WNIT Senior Producer Brenda Bowyer has fifteen years' television experience at WNIT and over twenty-five years in radio production. She earned a B.A. at Manchester College in Radio and T.V. with a minor in Journalism. She produced such major documentaries as "The War: Michiana's Experience," "Our Town: Elkhart," and "Our Town: South Bend." In addition, she produces the weekly WNIT programs "Ask An Expert," "Politically Speaking," "Economic Outlook," and co-produces "Experience Michiana."
Kelsy Zumbrun has almost fourteen years' experience at WNIT in all aspects of video production, including producer, director, editor, camera work, field packages, master control, floor director, lighting, and sound. He earned a B.S. in Communications from Indiana Wesleyan and has worked on concert performances, documentaries, public affairs programs, and entertainment. He has also done work for ESPN, NBC, and Speed Channel. He produces WNIT's weekly "Outdoor Elements" hosted by Evie Kirkwood and co-produces "Experience Michiana."
"We recently enlisted WNIT's Production Services to create a series of video vignettes to launch the grand re-opening of the historic Lerner theatre. The WNIT team dedicated two full days to taping the restoration's progress, interviewing key stakeholders and capturing the excitement that was building. The final product exceeded my expectations and added a wonderful component to the Grand Opening festivities."
The Lerner Grand Opening Committee
"Since '07, WNIT Productions have been working with us our Quilt Garden Tour Web Video. WNIT helps us conceptualize the videos and then proceeds to interviewing our key participants. They are always very professional and friendly. My guests are made to feel comfortable and at ease in front of the camera...It is a pleasure to work with nice people who are as talented as well."
Elkhart County Convention and Visitors Bureau