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Cartoon Network, Big Buck Hunter, Rapala Pro Series, and Deer Hunter among top-tier game trailers in production at Texas-based Mediajuice Studios.

Dallas, Texas, July 19, 2017, Mediajuice Studios, an award winning multimedia agency and production studio, has successfully completed several projects for the fast growing GameMill Entertainment. They were pleased to announce their anticipated upcoming video game trailers for GameMill, who has produced one video game blockbuster after the other. Their games, such as Monster Jam: Crush It!, Cartoon Network: Battle Crashers, Big Buck Hunter Arcade, and others have been enjoyed by millions of game enthusiasts around the globe.

Andy Koehler, GameMill’s VP of Business Development & Licensing, made these comments:

“Mediajuice has been our go-to-partner for all trailer needs, and we couldn’t be happier with our experience. The flexibility, the quality and timeliness to always deliver on-time and on-budget have been a tremendous asset in our team’s ability to market and promote up-in-coming game releases in an efficient manner.”

Mediajuice has come a long way since their humble beginnings in the fall of 2004. The firm’s founder, Jeremy Snead, launched the company with a meaningful tagline: “Where Ideas Come To Life”.

During an interview, he made these comments:

“It’s always a joy to be entrusted with a client’s product or service. The challenge in creating meaningful marketing collateral has always been a welcome one here at Mediajuice. Our company tagline has become a way of life at the studio. Sometimes creative comes easy, sometimes not. The key is to remain committed to a process that not only delivers on quality but allows the client the opportunity to have visibility and input.”

The company reports that their first client, Atari, who commissioned them to produce many TV spots, trailers, and sizzle reels for the Dragonball Z franchise, became the stepping-stone for a climb to the top of their industry. Mediajuice would go on to capture projects with Hasbro, Activision, Capcom, Microsoft, Konami, Amazon, and many others. Between 2009 and 2013, the company produced its first feature-length film, Video Games: The Movie, directed by Snead himself. The film was so well received that it led to a follow-up eight-part documentary series entitled Unlocked: The World of Games, Revealed.

Mediajuice is currently in production on a series of trailers, teasers, and promo videos for the popular new Amazon Channels service, launched earlier this year.

For complete information, and to see all of Mediajuice’s award-winning work, please visit: http://Mediajuicestudios.com/

Media Contact:

Mediajuice Studios
Attn: Teri Wiegel, publicist
1409 S. Lamar, Suite 312,
Dallas, TX