RNC video production manager Rob Noll says the company will help produce video for the Republican National Convention.
Noll, who oversees the video production for the RNC, said the company’s hiring spree is due in large part to the RNC having the resources it needs to produce videos.
“I think we’re going to be in great shape in the coming months,” Noll told The American Conservatives.
“The RNC is very well equipped to handle the workload.”
The RNC, which was founded in 1924, has had a strong video production history, and it is expected to be a strong presence at the RNC as it tries to create an even stronger brand in 2016.
Noll said the RNC is also looking to get its content in front of a wider audience.
The RNC has hired video production managers and has a number of partners, including The Weinstein Co., BuzzFeed, and Univision, Noll added.
The Republican National Committee is also preparing to release a documentary, “Inside the Republican Party,” which is expected in the first half of 2017.
The GOP will release a slate of videos in the next few months and will continue to work with major production companies in hopes of producing content in a timely manner.
The RNC is hiring video directors, he said.
The organization is looking to recruit a video director for its digital production team.
The video department has been in need of some help and is looking for someone who will help ensure the party’s video production is as up to date as possible.