Creative Boston Production Company
Feel free to call us: 508-405-0323

Professional, Creative Video Production

Because you need your videos to look amazing. They need to increase marketshare, be on budget, on time, inspirational and engaging.
Basically, you need the impossible.
We understand. We’re MediaBoss.
Creativity, at no extra charge.

MediaBoss specializes in creative and effective video production for websites, television
and everything in between.


  • IBM Real-time Compression
  • NetApp
  • BJs Wholesale Club
  • New England Studios
  • UPS
  • Xively
  • City Year
  • Prelert
  • Skin-EEZ
  • Rule
  • Boston Militia
  • Market Reach, Inc.
  • Special Olympics
  • GreenBytes
  • Evologie

Recent Work


Posted by: In: Production 24 Jan 2014 1 comment


This week we had the opportunity to film UK rockers, Bastille, at Sanctum Sound Recording studio for Capitol Music Group.

The musicians looked and sounded amazing and gave great performances of their hits, like “Pompeii”, “Things We Lost”, “Bad Blood” and “Flaws” over two days to lucky radio listener winners.These guys are going to be on SNL tomorrow night, so don’t forget to tune in to catch these guys give, what we are sure will be, a fantastic performance!

Posted by: In: Production 02 Jan 2014 0 comments

NE Studios invited their community to join them at 100 Studio Way in Devens, MA on December 21st to help make the holidays a little brighter for those in need.

The studios hosted a canned food and toy drive along with The Marine Corps Reserve and The MA State Police and asked visitors to bring a toy or canned food. In return for their good will, participants were given the chance to have a self-guided tour of the state-of-the-art film and television studios.

NE Studios set up a couple of photo opportunities for visitors – one gave people the chance to pose on one of their Grip & Lighting’s Pee Wee dollies and the second was with Santa himself!

It was a great success. They had over 3000 visitors and collected over 1000 toys for the Toys4Tots Foundation.

To see a recap of the day, check out our video of the event & to learn more about the studios, visit their website.

Posted by: In: Social Television Blog 09 Dec 2013 0 comments

In 1692, Sarah Cloyes fled from Salem to Framingham, changing her name to ‘Clayes’ in the process. She fled Salem because she was accused of being a witch, along with Rebecca Nurse and Mary Easty.

She settled on Thomas Danforth’s land and built a home on what is now Salem End rd.

The house is in terrible disrepair and a group of local citizens – lead by Janice Thompson – have made seeing the property survive and thrive their passion project. We’re proud to be a part of that group.

A few Saturdays ago we joined 30 other volunteers to help clear the overgrowth that threatened to wreak havoc on the structure if left for another winter. It was a fantastic day of chain saws, rakes, clippers and community. And our goal of cutting away the brush was met!  We brought our cameras to document the work and created a little clip showing the hard work that went into the day. Please excuse my on-camera introduction. It’s been quite a while since I was on camera!

Check out some of our photos from before the clean-up day for some perspective! And visit for more information about the project and to find out how you can help.

Oh, and did you hear - Jenji Kohan, the creator of Weeds and Netflix’s Orange Is the New Black, plans to team up with HBO to develop a “provocative period drama” about the Salem witch trials? 

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