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13

Nov

2017

DAYBREAK IN PRODUCTION of CATHOLIC CHARITIES MST PROGRAM VIDEO

Daybreak Productions, has been employed again to produce a video project for Catholic Charities, this time to feature the MST Program. MST , or Multisystemic therapy is an intensive family and community based treatment that enriches the family by addressing youth problematic behaviors. Several interviews have been conducted already, including MST Therapists and County Directors who explain MST’s proven track record of making a “world of difference” in the lives of Western New Yorkers.

The production showcases a few unique Niagara County landmarks as backgrounds, such as The Bewley Building in Lockport, and The Book Corner in Niagara Falls New York, pictured in this article.


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6

Nov

2017

Twitter

Did you know that Daybreak Productions is on Twitter? Here you will find tweets of inspiration, images, and videos links. Our tweets include” The Daily Gospel and Homily, Bishop Richard Malone’s “Consider this,” USCCB Reflections from local Priests, Sisters and Deacons, Fr. Paul D. Seil’s recipes in Wayback Wednesay and his “Our Daily Bread” cooking shows, Question of the Day and so much more! So if you’re looking for a tweet that will put a smile on your face, check out our Twitter page @DaybreakTVProd.
 

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31

Oct

2017

Daybreak TV Producing HD Videos for Catholic Cemeteries

Drones in the air, Cameras on the ground, and Video being shot out the side of a moving van.

That’s been the scene at some local Catholic Cemeteries in the Western New York area as Daybreak Productions has again been called upon to provide presentation videos for several locations.

As Daybreak has done for the past two years for Holy Cross, St. Adalbert, and Mt. Olivet Cemeteries, they are again producing videos which can be seen if you walk into any of the foyers in those offices.

The looping videos reveal the beauty and repose of the location’s highlights, including stained glass mausoleums, historical and sometimes gothic scenes of monuments and crypts, and breathtaking aerial views of the grounds.
The upcoming cemetery videos feature footage from Holy Sepulchre in Cheektowaga, Queen of Heaven in Lockport, and Gate of Heaven in Lewiston, NY.

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