A Voice for Mountain Stage

Posted 05 10

Mountain Stage – West Virginia’s live radio staple – has launched a membership program, and CRA is working with the West Virginia Public Radio program to develop assets for the campaign.

A big part of that endeavor is a video produced by CRA Film.

It features interviews with Mountain Stage’s producers and its host, Larry Groce, along with fans and some of the artists who have recently appeared on the show.

The piece is immersive and presents the Mountain Stage experience with audience and backstage perspectives. Viewers see the production from all angles.

For more than three decades, Mountain Stage has been the home of live music on public radio.

It’s West Virginia’s voice, and it’s heard on more than 200 stations across America and on NPR Music around the world.

Legends and emerging stars from all across the spectrum – from folk, to rock, to blues, to indie, to country – play Mountain Stage.

It’s an amazing experience and a tradition you won’t find anywhere else.

We encourage you to be a Voice for Mountain Stage.

Visit www.MountainStage.org to learn more.

They offer a wide range of levels and benefits, and they’d love to welcome you into the Mountain Stage family.  

Check out the video below.

Our in-house film production crew provides concepting, shooting, directing and editing services. CRA Film produces videos for all kinds of budgets and all kinds of needs - from short animations to long-format testimonials.

Interested in working with CRA Film? Email our team to get started! 


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