Full-Service Video Solutions
Relax, we’ll handle everything for you. Tell us what you need (or we’ll help you figure it out), and we’ll make it happen. You’ll have no worries and no hassle.
Commercials and Agency Work
High-quality creative collaboration at the level you want. We can work independently at your direction, or as an extension of your internal or external ad/p.r. team.
We do great work – Here’s a bit of the most recent
Don’t just take our word for it
"We consider Running Pony a strategic partner. Whether it’s a training video or a documentary, we can count on Running Pony to deliver exactly what we need, when we need it, within budget, and with award-winning results. That’s why, when we have a project, Running Pony is the first call we make. "− Bill Duncan, Global Head of Brand Management, Homewood Suites by Hilton and Home2 Suites by Hilton
"Running Pony has worked as a partner with us on numerous video and TV projects seen by millions of people around the world. We rely on their professionalism, talent, dedication and integrity. It's a comfort working with a company we can depend on to get every project done on time, and done extremely well. "− Jack Soden, C.E.O., Elvis Presley Enterprises
"Running Pony has proven to be an excellent partner to us — regardless of the challenge. In the numerous projects we have partnered on, they have served as an extension of our company, providing excellent creative and technical insight, while consistently producing work that is on target, on schedule, and on budget. "− Dan O’Brien, Partner, inferno
"Running Pony Productions is a valuable resource for NBC News. Their professional journalists respond to our needs for breaking news and other assignments in the Memphis region; always with a thoughtful approach and pleasant attitude. Most impressive, was their willingness to respond to our needs while hunkered down with family during a tornado warning. That demonstrated the ultimate commitment to our profession and is another reason for us to depend on them for news coverage. "− Deborah Lum, Assignment Editor, NBC News