Category: Our Work

GSB in 360°

 This 360-degree video takes you inside a Stanford Graduate School of Business classroom and on top of Highland Hall, with several stops in between. Shot and edited by Gordon Gurley, the video highlights a typical Wednesday on the campus of the Graduate School of Business at Stanford.  Explore your surroundings in Coupa Cafe, the NGP… Read more GSB in 360°
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'No Higher Honor' audiobook

Condoleezza Rice recorded her Washington memoir No Higher Honor in the audio booth at Stanford Video. From Random House: “No Higher Honor takes the reader into secret negotiating rooms where the fates of Israel, the Palestinian Authority, and Lebanon often hung in the balance, and it draws back the curtain on how frighteningly close all-out war… Read more 'No Higher Honor' audiobook

Stanford Be Here 360°

360˚ Video – It’s everywhere! Experience the Stanford campus in 360 through the diverse stories of these five students. Be Here 360 is the first 360 video production for Stanford Video.  Much like learning a new language, creating a 360 video required us to completely rethink the production process from the ground up.  New cameras, new software, new… Read more Stanford Be Here 360°

Bright Award 2017 - Trailer

This is the preview trailer for the 2017 Bright Award.  The annual prize recognizes unheralded individuals who have made significant contributions to global sustainability. Andrij and Roman Zinchenko won for their work supporting and promoting sustainable energy innovation. The 2017 Bright Award for Environmental Sustainability will be presented to Andrij and Roman Zinchenko on Nov.… Read more Bright Award 2017 - Trailer
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The Speech That Defined a Presidency

Pat Sajak interviews Peter Robinson on writing the “Tear down this wall” speech Thirty years after Ronald Reagan’s famous denouncement of the Berlin Wall, Peter Robinson reflects on writing the Brandenburg Gate speech and why it was so important to include the now memorable words, “Mr. Gorbachev, tear down this wall!” Pat Sajak, host of… Read more The Speech That Defined a Presidency

TEDxStanford 2017

Manu Prakash — “Saving Lives for 20 Cents” Stanford bioengineer Manu Prakash delivers the first talk of the conference, “Saving Lives for 20 Cents.” Manu uses items such as paper, cheap children’s toys and string to create first a 50-cent microscope and now a 20-cent blood centrifuge. Manu was one of 24 talks at the… Read more TEDxStanford 2017

NCAA '16 Commercial: Knowledge at Work in the World

This Stanford University broadcast spot was produced for the 2016-17 athletic season, on the occasion of Stanford’s 125th anniversary. Stanford Video co-produced this video which highlights the 125-year journey of Stanford University. Learn more about the University by exploring a timeline of other great Stanford moments over its 125 years.

It's On Us

Student-athletes at Stanford talk about how “It’s On Us,” as a community, to prevent sexual assault and relationship violence. Sexual Assault Support & Resources: https://notalone.stanford.edu —— update ——

Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program

Produced, recorded, and edited by Stanford Video, this video unveiled the new scholarship program showcasing John L. Hennessy and Philip H. Knight. Each year the Knight-Hennessy Scholars program will identify a group of 100 high-achieving students from around the world with demonstrated leadership and civic commitment to receive full funding to pursue a wide-ranging graduate… Read more Knight-Hennessy Scholars Program