PorterHouse Media has been having a little too much fun on the golf course via our collaborations with the PGA Tour’s Skratch team. Below you’ll find the videos thus far in our series which are certainly meant to amplify the lighter side of golf.
PorterHouse Media, the production company founded by acclaimed video-remixer DJ Steve Porter, has been selected to produce a new series of videos for Fox Sports 1, showcasing some of the most high-profile events in current sports.
This series begins with a feature on UFC Featherweight champion Conor McGregor. This video highlights McGregor’s boldest sound bites and is poised to build excitement and anticipation surrounding the Lightweight title fight with Eddie Alvarez on November 12th. DJ Steve Porter expressed his enthusiasm to be creating such fun content, saying “It’s amazing to be working with the Fox Sports 1 team, we’ve been working with sports content for some time now but we’re looking to push the envelope on this next round.”
PorterHouse Media is no stranger to remixing sports content and has been gaining huge traction for it. Porter was nominated for two Webby Awards for videos that premiered on ESPN’s SportsNation and featured memorable press conferences with rants from players and coaches. PorterHouse Media also produced the award winning “All He Does is Win” Tim Tebow video for ESPN which received two Webbys, and an award from the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences for excellence in multimedia. Now PHM hopes to bring some of that same magic over to Fox Sports 1.
Last week, PorterHouse Media premiered a fun, catchy remix mashup of Fox’s MasterChef. Season 7, which launched in June 2016, once again featuring Gordon Ramsey and Christina Tosi as judges.
The remix builds on MasterChef’s social media marketing strategy, which highlights the tense, competitive, and humorous nature of the show. The fun, catchy video, built around Gordon Ramsey soundbites, is guaranteed to play over and over in your head long after it finishes. For more quality MasterChef entertainment, be sure to tune into Fox next Wednesday at 8/7 PM central.
The social streaming world is ever evolving and seems to have gotten kicked into high-gear within the past few years. At the touch of your fingers you can livestream video to your followers on popular websites like YouTube, Periscope, and Facebook. If you have a phone with a camera, microphone, and internet (which now-a-days who doesn’t?), with the push of a button you can share sights and sounds with your friends or fans. After trying live-streaming for both personal and professional use, I’ve noticed a few common thoughts that occurred during both streams:
Will people actually watch this?
The most essential part of live streaming is viewers, without them you have no comments, and no comments basically means talking to yourself for an extended period of time.
Am I going to get unfriended for giving people yet another LIVE notification?
Since Facebook released Live for all users, there’s been a constant flow of notifications. When I think someone liked my new profile picture, it’s really just my grade school friend, Joe, live streaming for the 6th time today while he walks his dog. Not cool, Joe. #UNFRIEND
I wonder if everyone can see that pimple on my chin..
How good is this iPhones quality? Is anybody actually listening to what I’m saying or are they distracted by my acne?
What happens if nobody comments?
Depending on if you’re going Live to promote your company, promote yourself, or just for your own personal entertainment, having a successful Live session could depend heavily on receiving comments from viewers. If nobody is sending in comments you are losing out on the huge opportunity for interaction that Live offers and also you could find yourself feeling awkward sitting there talking to yourself.
Who is actually watching this?
It says I have 12 live viewers, that could just be all of my older relatives who aren’t sure what they clicked on and don’t know how to get out of it.
We’re celebrating our 7th year of business this month and our drive to create content that engages and excites has never been stronger. We thought it would be fun to put together a short video of Steve Porter and PorterHouse Media within the mainstream media throughout the years. Thank you to all of the clients we have collaborated with over the years, and all of the loyal fans who have shared and supported our content! Much love, the PHM Team.
In the midst of all the drama of the 2016 NBA playoffs, DJ Steve Porter and PorterHouse Media have a viral video on their hands. We are taking this time to look back at other times that PorterHouse Media was able to capture the beauty of the sport of basketball in videos. See the viral 2016 NBA video, which was featured on ESPN’s Sports Nation, featuring Steph Curry of the Golden State Warriors and Kevin Durant of the Oklahoma City Thunder along with 5 other videos that prove PorterHouse Media and basketball go hand in hand.
PorterHouse created the “Duke Worldwide” mash-up for the 2015 NCAA Tournament winners.
We know it takes clutch shots and determination to get on top.
Along the way you have to have some sweet dunks.
All of this comes together to take you on the journey of the game.
CNBC has reached out to PorterHouse Media one again looking for a fun and catchy advertisement for the summer premiere of their original hit show West Texas Investors Club. Coming off of its first season, investors have already invested $1.97 M and look to make even more deals in its second season. The investors include Mike ‘Rooster’ McConaughey, Wayne ‘Butch’ Gilliam, and Gil Prather.
The ad emphasizes the upbeat and witty culture of the show, the hope for success of contestants, and of course the investors love of beer. Deals will be made. Lives will be changed. And beer will be spilled. Check out “Deals Will Be Made, Lives Will Be Changed” below and be sure to tune in to West Texas Investors Club Tuesdays at 10p ET/PT on CNBC.