Indigo Productions

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Indigo Productions
Indigo Productions logo.jpg
IndustryVideo production
Founded 📆1990
Founder 👔
Headquarters 🏙️New York N.Y.
Area served 🗺️
Key people
Max Rosen
Number of employees
🌐 Website
📇 Address
📞 telephone

Indigo Productions, LLC is a video production and post-production company providing film, video and internet related production services in the United States of America.

Founded in 1990, the company is based in New York City, NY with most of its clients located in the United States. Indigo Productions' clients range from small operations to Fortune 500 companies, including J.P. Morgan Chase & Co. (JPM) and American Express (AXP).


Indigo Productions lists the following services on their website: video production, corporate video production, pre-production, post-production, video editing, viral video marketing, digital media, project management, and other services related to video production and marketing.

Viral Video Production[edit]

Indigo Productions gained worldwide recognition in 2009 with release of JK Divorce Entrance Dance, a spoof of a widely shared video JK Wedding Entrance Dance. Within the first week of release, the video went viral by reaching the 1,000,000 YouTube views mark. Among other acclaims, the video was named by Yahoo! Videos as #1 Funny Video of 2009 and #2 Viral Video of 2009, as well as #1 Most Watched Video in Asia. [1] As of 8 April, 2016 JK Divorce Entrance Dance has been viewed 11,268,370 times on YouTube and has received 27,503 thumbs up. [2]

Video Production Education[edit]

In 2009, Indigo Productions started a new program called University Connection designed to promote video production education at higher learning institutions in United States. As part of this program, Indigo Productions reached out to schools, such as NYU, CUNY and Columbia University, and secured various forms of cooperation, including internship positions, speaking engagements for the company's president Max Rosen, a viral video workshop at New York University, and a video production scholarship sponsored by Indigo Productions for which students had to submit a public service announcement video; submissions were evaluated based on merit and viral potential. Indigo Productions also produced videos for academic institutions, such as NYU Study Abroad program and 'Reading Counts' video for Scholastic.


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