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Don Sweeney Productions is the solution for you. We use all the appropriate media to get your name and image in front of your target group, while spending the least amount of money possible. Advertising or whatever form it may take - is an effective communication key for your business.

Our production company will go to your locations to create testimonials and personal interviews tor marketing videos, commercials, bios, documentaries needed to tell your story.

Video marketing is an efficient means of reaching prospective customers, of promoting the presentation of your products or services. The use of videos on the Internet combines the advantages of "classic" TV advertising with the Internet's most important characteristic, interactivity.

We can create high quality marketing videos using the latest technology in motion graphics. Motion graphics offer a cost-effective solution to portray your companies message.

Don Sweeney Productions can create video biographies that honor the people you want to highlight within your organization and produce documentaries on the topic you want to portray to your clients and marketing audience.



Born and raised in New York City (Queens, Long Island), Don Sweeney always had the bug of video within him. For as far back as we can remember, Don has had some sort of camera with him whether it is a Super8mm, VHS video or HD video camera to cover events of life from parties, sports events, trips around the world, to documentaries, biographies, music videos, interviews, television shows, and whatever other project steps in front of Don's camera.

Relocating to Los Angeles in 1973 and landing a full-time job at The Tonight Show starring Johnny Carson in 1975, he managed to stay there for twenty years starting out as a production assistant and working his way up to Assistant Musical Conductor. When Johnny Carson stepped down as host of The Tonight Show, comedian Jay Leno took over the spot as it became The Tonight Show With Jay Leno. Don Sweeney was once asked to stay on as Music Supervisor for NBC Productions and stayed there until 1995.

In 1981 he formed his own band called the SRO Band specializing in music for all occasions and ranging in size from a trio to a full seventeen piece big band. Over the years the band played for Johnny Carson, Ray Charles, and Frank Sinatra, to name a few.

Upon leaving The Tonight Show Don went on to become Supervising Producer for an ABC Special entitled Tonight's Unlikely Program and as Music Supervisor for The Howie Mandel Show. Don also scored a short film for Warner Brothers Studios and wrote several jingles for commercials in Southern California.

In addition to producing some TV commercials for Lexus Automobiles, Don soon became a video editor learning AVID Media, AVID Audio Vision, and became an Online Media Specialist. He has edited projects for Sony Music and produced and edited several music videos and various short features. In 2006 Don produced. wrote, video taped, and edited a documentary for the Leonis Adobe in Calabasas entitled, Share the Legend, the Story of the Leonis Adobe.

In 2001, Don became the Director of Operations for a local non-profit organization producing live "Concerts In The Park" in Woodland Hills. After ten years, he left the VCC to persue his video editing and producing career full time and developed Don Sweeney Productions. He is currently Associate Producer for a nationally syndicated talk show seen on Time Warner Cable and DirecTV entitled, The John Kerwin Show. Most recently Don worked on Apollo Live, a new version of the former hit show, Showtime at the Apollo, shot entirely in Harlem, New York for the BET Network.

Don has also written a book about his twenty years with The Tonight Show entitled "Backstage at the Tonight Show" published by Taylor Trade Publishing. It's now as a Kindle (e-book) and papertrade book available in stores everywhere and on www.amazon.com.











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