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Fear the beard: Movie celebrates facial hair and those who wear it

They weren’t the first people to try to get permission to shoot the biennial World Beard and Moustache Championships. They were the first to try to tackle the subject seriously. “I had to convince the bearded panel that I would do it professionally,” said Jeffrey Tocci, a 2009 James Madison University grad who directed a […]

DIGICO wins American Marketing Association Award

Edited by Chris Graham freepress2@ntelos.net   DIGICO Shoot|Post|Design, a creative video and motion design firm based in Harrisonburg, has won an American Marketing Association EMMA Award for Best TV Advertising.   AFPBusiness.com has the story.

DIGICO announces new location

Staff Report DIGICO Shoot | Post | Design, a full-service video and motion-design firm, has moved into its new location at 29 W. Water St. “We’ve been expanding for some time,” said Ryan Berry, partner/producer. “This was the next step. We’ve doubled our space, and added new features,” he said.

Two Tellys for local video company

Harrisonburg-based DIGICO is now the proud owner of two 2009 Telly Awards. DIGICO won a silver Telly for a 60-second kiosk video created for Rosetta Stone, the leading language-learning software company in the world, titled “Best Gift.” The video depicts a family using Rosetta Stone software for the first time, and ends with branding animation […]

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Tech sector pulls down $488M contract for Harrisonburg

A Harrisonburg-based military and emergency-response supplier has secured a $488 million federal contract to provide logistical support to military commands, federal agencies and other authorized customers worldwide. The two-year contract with Tactical and Survival Specialties Inc. is expected to result in additional jobs for the Central Shenandoah Valley.

DIGICO announces staff additions

DIGICO announced last week that it has added two new staff – a design director and a business-development manager.