VideoLink, Inc., a leading provider of live and on-demand video production services to major worldwide networks and corporations, has expanded its sales team with the addition of Stu Siegal and Warren Pick.
Stu joins VideoLink as a strategic account manager and brings over twenty years of experience in the broadcast, corporate, and digital media production arenas. He has created video content for ABC, CBS, Fox, Paramount, Warner Brothers, Discovery, Sony, Tribune Entertainment and many other media industry clients. Stu is also an experienced filmmaker who has created a wide array of documentary content for the Hallmark Channel. His work as an editor and cinematographer has also been featured in numerous national programs. In the corporate and digital arenas, Stu has created online and rich media programming for clients such as Fidelity, Scholastic, Staples, Infor, Cognizant, Deloitte, Haymarket Media, and many other prominent brands.
As VideoLink’s newest account executive, Warren brings over three decades of experience in the broadcast, corporate media and digital media arenas. Most recently, Warren worked with Pfizer Pharmaceuticals as a Consulting Producer in Media Development. Warren’s broadcast career has encompassed news, sports, event coverage and entertainment and his efforts have been recognized by 11 Emmy Awards. His corporate and digital media clients have included industry-leading companies in pharmaceuticals, medical devices, financial services, media and general industry. In addition to his extensive production background, Warren brings a wealth of management and business development experience to this new position.
About VideoLink, Inc.
VideoLink, Inc., headquartered in Newton, MA, is a leading provider of broadcast and corporate media services, solutions, and proprietary video production technology including ReadyCam®2.0, a custom, remotely-operated studio that can be installed in any office, conference room or location of choice. VideoLink also maintains several multi-camera, live-shot studio facilities located in Boston, Philadelphia, and Baltimore and mobile satellite uplink trucks covering the Mid-Atlantic and Northeast regions.