Meet Ron Strobel
“I have a passion for helping companies discover how video can help them achieve their goals. I grew this passion through years of researching and exploring how great films are made, and applying these principles to the business world.”
For 20 years, Ron Strobel, as founder and President of VideoNet, Inc. brings a baked-in video realism to increase client revenue in the 21st century business world. He has been named one of the TOP 100 Video Producers in America by AV MultiMedia Magazine. Responsible for more than 1000 video shoots, and 450 clients worldwide, he will hold the attention of any audience long enough to connect your offering to their needs. He is the author of the most sought after corporate video production book ever written, Video Makes Cents.
He began as a freelance television cameraman and field producer for ESPN, Disney, National Geographic and many others. He has director of six independent films and has worked with many celebrities including Bruce Willis, Colin Powell, George W. Bush and Tim McGraw, to name a few.
As a corporate filmmaker he has won six Bronze Telly Awards for excellence including cinematography and art direction. He has also shown in numerous film festivals including: The U.S. International Film & Video Festival, The Philadelphia Int. Film Festival, Philly First Glance 6, Santa Barbara Int. Film Festival, and finalist at the Int. Media New York Festival.
Ron is a mountain climber, so he’s driven to conquer serious challenges and takes the time necessary to understand his client’s challenges. Then provides an intelligent video solution that will produce the outcome they are expecting. His productions feel real and authentic. That’s the reason he’s come to be known as “The Steven Spielberg of Corporate Video”.