STORIES THAT REACH NEW DEPTHS.
Our Projects are Winning Awards
Great Lakes Outreach Media is pleased to announce that we are included in TWO recipients of this year's Great Lakes Protection Fund Leadership Awards for Communication.
In 2020, numerous projects we've worked on or created have aired on Great Lakes Now and our investigative reports on Lake Erie take deep dives into climate change and agricultural practices which fuel harmful algal blooms.
This is a huge honor to be a part of such amazing work being done to shed a light on the issues impacting the Great Lakes!
Great Lakes Outreach Media
We are a video storytelling company based in Michigan with a specialty in crafting engaging, emotive and educational content for areas of academia, government, non-profit, and public television. We are uniquely equipped to help clients navigate project development from a creative standpoint, while we are immersed in the scientific and academic community, especially around the Great Lakes. More than a production company, we are continually engaged in matters related to the scientific community, conservation and restoration initiatives, as well as the policy and regulatory matters impacting the land, people, and natural resources of the Great Lakes region.
Beyond our backyard, we are also producing content that has taken us to Hawaii, California, Maryland, Washington D.C., Alabama, and Florida, while we seek out clients and collaborators to reach stakeholders, policymakers, elected officials and the general public. Our goal is to first understand why your story is important and who needs to hear it so that together we can craft messaging which will have the most impact, whether it be wide, niche, or something in between. To that end, we consider our clients "partners" and this passion for the organizations and causes we engage in shows in our work.
Pseudoscience is easier to contrive than science, because distracting confrontations with reality–where we cannot control the outcome of the comparison–are more readily avoided. The standards of argument, what passes for evidence, are much more relaxed. In part, and for the same reasons, it is much easier to present pseudoscience to the general public than science.
- Carl Sagan, The Demon Haunted World