February 2016

payroll services (employer of record) | camera crews worldwide | production staffing | managed services| government services | creative

" Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we've been waiting for. We are the change that we seek."
-President Barack Obama

As we celebrate Black History Month, we remember the courageous African-American heroes who have made this country better through change.

At MMG, we strive to be industry leaders by improving our methods every day. We are constantly changing for the better, and it is our own self-will that drives that change.

May we never stop changing.
Linda Maslow
Founder & CEO

How Long Should Your Business Video Production Be?

Robert Weiss,  MultiVision Digital
In the office, commuting to work, and during off hours; on our desktops, laptops, tablets and mobile devices...we are all watching more online videos for business than ever before. We watch online videos to get informed and make decisions across every stage of the purchase cycle... and this trend will only increase over the next few years.
In fact, Cisco predicts that globally, online video traffic will be 80 percent of all consumer Internet traffic by 2019 (a number that is up from 64 percent in 2014). So what this means is that your next and current clients love watching videos on your website, blog, email and social media channels. This is probably because of online video content's ease of consumption and its tremendous power to people get educated and make decisions. Giving your clients what they want by integrating online business video communications into your everyday marketing efforts will differentiate you from your competition, provide highly valued sales assets, social media content, build relationships, and motivate customers to move into and through the buying process...yes, it will really do all of that!
But what is the optimal length of an online business video production? Will people watch more than 30 seconds? Will they watch for 90 seconds? 180 seconds? What is the golden rule for how long an online video should be for business?
Read the full article here.
MMG has a dedicated team for small video marketing projects, i.e. What YOU need on your website! Call us for more details. 

Featured Project

The Maslow Media Group provided video production services to include camera crews for two days at the Senior Bowl in Mobile, Alabama. The purpose of the videotaping was to create onsite presentations featuring financial education seminars, designed for & tailored to athletes, entering the professional sports arena. 

To Shine A Light On Salary Gaps, Obama Wants Companies To Disclose Pay Data

Camila Domonoske, NPR

The Obama Administration is proposing a new rule to address unequal pay practices by requiring companies with more than 100 employees to submit salary data by race, gender and ethnicity.
The announcement comes seven years after President Obama signed the Lilly Ledbetter Fair Pay Act - his first piece of legislation as president - which makes it easier for women to challenge discriminatory pay in court.
But a stubborn, substantial pay gap between men and women persists, and it affects black and Latina women the most, Obama said as he introduced the proposal. The president said he would contine to work to reduce the gap as long as he was in office.
"Social change never happens overnight," he said. "It is a slog and there are times when you just have to chip away and chip away. ...It's reliant on all of us to keep pushing that boulder up the hill."
Read the full article here.

Congratulations to the winner of February's "SNAPSHOT" photo contest,  Frank Mendez . This picture was taken at his home in Maryland after shoveling through the aftermath of Winter Storm Jonas.

If you'd like to be featured in next months photo contest, here's how you do it:

Snap the perfect photo and send it to us for a chance to be featured in next month's newsletter!

Who may enter? Everyone. The contest is open to amateur and professional photographers. Each month's winner will voted on by the MMG staff. If there is a draw, YOU will decide.

When to submit? Please submit before the 10th of every month.

Where to submit? All submissions should be sent to edickler@maslowmedia.com with the subject "SNAPSHOT" 

Contest Rules: Contestants are permitted to submit one photo per month. All images must be original. Please send the photo in JPEG format and include the location of the photo and any supplemental description. 

Except as set forth herein, all entries and accompanying material become the property of the sponsor and will not be returned. Although the contestant retains copyright to the entries, MMG may use, reproduce and display the images without compensation to the contestant.

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"Each person must live their life as a model for others."


-Rosa Parks 



MMG books crews worldwide. See below for locations we have recently booked:


Sydney, Melbourne, Brisbane, Canberra


Dusseldorf, Antwerp, Brussels


Rio de Janeiro, Sau Paulo, Caetite, Extrema



Hong Kong, Shanghai, Beijing

Santiago, Easter Island
Dominican Republic 
Punta Cana, other locations
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Moscow, St. Petersburg


Saudi Arabia

South Africa 


Cabena, Madrid

Sri Lanka







United Kingdom

London and suburbs


Call or Email Beth Posada for your worldwide crews!





Chauncey D. Manson, III


Chauncey D. Manson, III joined MMG in November 2015, bringing over 25 years of high level broadcasting and management experience, providing internal and external corporate content creation and delivery. He graduated from Howard University with a TV and Film degree and has worked in the Washington, DC market his entire broadcasting career. He is now creating win-win business development plans, and building sales and marketing relationships. He spends his time outside of work with his family in Silver Spring, MD, his alma mater, and his Fraternity.


Client Kudos


"The Production Managers at Maslow Media Group are such pros in this industry and have given me the exact support I need."



Boston, MA

MMG takes pride in its Executive Search Division. Our specialty:  Media Managers, Execs in charge of Production, and of course, all levels of technical and creative production talent below the line.  We have been doing this for 27 years and we know where these professionals are when you need one.

 RECENT assignments


London, UK

Voice Over Artist


Helena, MT

Camera Crew


Cherokee, NC
HD Camera Operator
Ogden, UT
Video Animation Designer

Mobile, AL
Camera Crew

Upper Marlboro, MD

Maslow Media Group was named a "Top 5 Leading Payroll Company" by The Hollywood Reporter, the #1 Media Production Company and #4 Leading Women's Businesses by the Washington Business Journal, and one of America's fastest growing businesses by Inc. 500/5000. 
Maslow Media Group provides crews worldwide, video production staffing, payroll services and script to screen video production to corporations, government agencies, corporate media, cable networks, and production companies nationwide. 
The Maslow Media Group is a 100% woman-owned business certified by the WBENC. 
MMG oversees several multi-million dollar contracts. Government clients find them on GSA Schedule #541 for Advertising & Integrated Marketing Solutions.

Linda MaslowCEO  202-965-1100 x 105 |  lmaslow@maslowmedia.com
Nick Tsahalis  CFO  | 202-965-1100 x 106 | ntsahalis@maslowmedia.com
Vija Udenans  Managed Services & Staffing 202-965-1100 x 104 |    vudenans@maslowmedia.com 

Chauncey D. Manson, III | Sales and Marketing 202-965-1100 x 113 | cmanson@maslowmedia.com
Joan Fiddle-FerderSenior Production Manager | 202-965-1100 x 102 |  freelance@maslowmedia.com

Beth Posada |Camera Crews Worldwide |202-965-1100 x 114 | bposada@maslowmedia.com

Mary Jane Boyle | Production | 202-965-1100 x 101 |  mjboyle@maslowmedia.com

Linda Bedell | Payroll Manager |202-965-1100 x 109 | lbedell@maslowmedia.com