Our main focus is to provide you with high definition quality videos that best capture your visual memories into motion. Examples of in-person or remote video production such as Conferences, Conventions, and Speaking Engagements.
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Welcome to ShaLaLaLa Productions
Have something to share? We can help in connecting your brand with your audience.
Established in 2012, ShaLaLaLa Productions is a Boston video production company that specializes in creating promotional videos, client testimonials videos and, interview videos for websites and marketing campaigns.
Whether it’s video production or video distribution, we will help you tackle all your marketing challenges.
Boston Based Video Production Company
ShaLaLaLa Productions is a client-focused and result-oriented Boston video production company. If you are looking for a trustworthy and reliable company then you've just found it. We are a family owned business with years of experience and clear objectives.
We believe in work transparency and honesty. Our top priority is your satisfaction. We give our best to make sure:
- That your message is clearly conveyed to your target audience.
- To create a story that sets you apart from your competitors.
- That you meet your objectives in a timely manner
Why wait, contact us today!
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Recent Blog Posts
Live Streaming Trends we spotted leading with Facebook Group One of the biggest trends we observe in live streaming is marketers/entrepreneurs and /businesses leveraging live stream videos in social media specifically within communities such as Facebook (via Facebook...
Robert Lee's guest appearance on James Hick's Perspectives in Focus 1:1 w Robert LeeBackstory The first time I virtually met James Hicks was initially watching James talk with a mutual colleague Corey (a.k.a TallBoy) Sanders on a live stream program called The Lab...
Rob and Matt guest appearance on Bob Cargill's Marketing Show Thoughts When I started the show #VerboseWednesdays, with Matthew Haas. I never thought we get this far with 20 episodes. (Still going as I type this out.) Personally, I was looking to experiment with...