Category: Music Videos

The Music Videos of David Fincher

By the time he made his feature film directorial debut in 1992 with Alien³, David Fincher had already secured a reputation as a force to be reckoned with in the music video industry.

Starting with 1984’s “Bop ‘Til You Drop” by Rick Springfield, the 23-year-old director collaborated with several of music’s biggest acts at the time including The Outfield, Foreigner, Sting, Steve Winwood, Jody Watley, Paula Abdul and Don Henley.

Rebecca Black Saturday

Rebecca Black is Back for Saturday

You probably remember Internet sensation Rebecca Black and her earworm of a song, “Friday,” from two years ago.  You may not be very happy we’ve brought it back into your mind, either.  “Friday” was hailed as the “worst song of all time,” but got millions of YouTube views and became some strange sort of phenomenon overnight.  Well, after two years, Rebecca Black is back with the only logical follow-up to “Friday”: “Saturday.”

How Much Does it Cost to Make a Music Video?

By Max Rosen, President & CEO, Indigo Productions

Today we are witnessing a renaissance in the music video art form, with more and more artists and record labels opting to release Video Singles in place of traditional Audio Singles.

The rise of YouTube, MySpace, Facebook, and a myriad of other digital video platforms are empowering artists to share and promote themselves in new and innovative ways.

So… How much do music videos cost to produce? And where does the money go?


Music video production budgets typically cover concept development, storyboards, pre-production, casting, on-camera talent, choreography, rehearsals, location fees, …

A Story How YouTube Created a Power Metal Band

At Indigo Productions, we love viral marketing! Especially, working on projects on which we get to come up with an idea for a video, execute it, seed it, and report the performance after completion of the campaign.

That being said, our interest goes much deeper than commercial projects. It’s amazing when YouTube takes an (not so) ordinary person and makes them into stars, or how the media like to call them – Internet sensations.

While sticking labels on people is not a nice thing to do and the commitment to equality is truly valued by every single member of the …

News: Vevo Moves Past YouTube, Eyes Cable TV

Vevo, a music video service known to any self-respecting YouTube user, is eyeing cable TV as possible next step in its quest to becoming the Internet’s most recognizable service of its kind. In order to secure this deal, Vevo decided to start webcasting TV-style channels – pre-programmed, linear videos, thus diminishing its reliance on YouTube.

As part of the CEO, Rio Caraeff’s plan for achieving this goal, Vevo has started a new service – Vevo TV a non-stop music channel that viewers can watch on the company’s website or on their smartphones, Roku, or Xbox consoles. This could be followed …

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