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The National Institute of Aerospace is proud to provide award-winning video and multimedia production services for our clients. Our digital media team is adept at using both the latest trends and best practices to help communicate your message and meet your goals. We work with clients to determine outreach needs and then customize products to maximize audience reach and retention across broadcast and digital media platforms.

Our products span multiple formats including video trailers, promotional vehicles, animations, text-overlay videos, profiles, live-programming, narratives, features, radio and podcasts.

With viewers of our programs numbering in the tens of millions, our team consistently receives highest honors awards in the television, radio and multimedia industries, including multiple Emmy®, Telly, Communicator, and W3 awards.

Let us showcase your program in a way that will have maximum impact on your audience.
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Bring your audience straight to you. Even if your spacecraft isn’t arriving at an asteroid, we can give viewers fresh a look at wherever the action is happening.

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Get to Know Some of Our Flagship Programs

NASA 360 is a premiere NASA outreach program that brings you the latest in NASA science, engineering and aeronautics.

A robust social media effort utilizing Facebook (5.4M fans), Twitter (106K followers) and YouTube (74K subscribers) further extends the reach of NASA 360 and allows to connect with global audience to share NASA’s message of exploration.

Innovation Now is a series of radio and podcast episodes developed in collaboration with NASA Langley Research Center, was launched in September 2011. NIA produces and distributes ~260 radio segments annually.

The 90-second interstitials are designed to promote awareness of NASA research and technology programs while communicating the societal impact of NASA technology investments. With more than 10 million listeners, Innovation Now episodes air Monday-Friday through public radio partner WHRO/WHRV. The series is distributed on hundreds of public radio stations around the world.

Contact our Director of Communications and Partnerships, Harla Sherwood, to learn more about how we can help you reach your goals and maximize audience awareness.