We judge ourselves by what we feel capable of doing, while others judge us by what we have already done.
– William Wadsworth Longfellow
We’ve Been Recognized for Excellence, but Our Best Work is Still to Come…
The Emmy Awards on our shelves reflect the quality of the projects we’ve already produced. But we believe our best work is still to come. The Jackson Foundation Multimedia Productions team blends innovation and experience with passion and purpose to achieve excellence in the creation of television and video presentations. We are always looking for new opportunities to inspire and influence audiences while educating, engaging and entertaining them.
Whether your project is for television, video or online, we can help you make it happen, and it will be our goal to make it the highest caliber production of our careers. Tennessee’s Wild Side and Civil War 150 are just two examples of “what we have already done,” and continue to do.
Charlie Strobel, founder of Room In The Inn, has an incredible story to tell. As a former priest, he heard a call to help the homeless. His commitment would eventually lead to the development of Room In The Inn. In the process, he has grieved many tragic deaths, including the murder of his own mother, who exemplified compassion in the way she lived her life. Crossroads of Life or Death recently premiered on Nashville Public Television and is being used by Room In The Inn to tell their story.
Crossroads of Life or Death
Watch some of the stories we have told…
Meth isn’t a problem that happens to another person in another place. Meth is right here with us in this community…
Fisk Jubilee Singers
No other university choir in the country has the reputation of the Jubilee Singers at Fisk University in Nashville.
Get ready to travel the world with a photographer whose work is so good that dozens of his incredible images have been printed in the publications of the National Geographic Society…
Brushing Away Tears
Bobbie Crews is an artist whose eclectic ensemble of work includes paintings of vintage cars, murals, portraits, and sketches of high profile courtroom drama.
The Emmy Award-winning Tennessee’s Wild Side is produced through the generosity of the Jackson Foundation, Tennessee State Parks, and the Tennessee Wildlife Federation.
Tennessee’s Wild Side is broadcast on PBS stations in Tennessee and Kentucky.