As we prepared for our newest venture – moving to Las Vegas to launch the new series of The Deborah Interviews Show – we packed up the video of Robinson Omnimedia and my work in the media over the years and realized the importance of the content on the tapes. I remembered every project we videotaped. I remembered every show I produced. I remembered every event I hosted. I remembered every person I interviewed. I remembered every guest on The Deborah Interviews Show. And in those memories, I realized that those tapes recorded my history; the history of my life and my work in the media. I could look back over those tapes and see my life in a true reflection of who I was at that time. I so cherish those memories and the live representation of me they present.
I then realized that I also had the history of everyone I’ve interviewed – going back to 1990 when I got my first job in television! As I looked at some of the videotapes, I wanted to reminisce and share them. I wondered if the people I’ve interviewed over the years remembered the interview. And I wondered if they too would like to look back on their lives and share that moment with friends and family.
So I asked my assistant to delve through the archives and prepare the video for sales – creating the Robinson Omnimedia Archives. The process is on-going as we prepare much of the video to be digitized and offered as an immediate download. New video is being added daily. Whether you want it for personal viewing, you want to share it with the world on your social media site or you want to use it to promote your brand – browse through our current video offerings to find your piece of history -and enjoy it!
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