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We all have a story to tell. The art is in the telling. When it’s done right, the story will be long remembered, making an emotional connection. It’s an art successfully demonstrated daily by TRC Media, The Renaissance Center’s Multimedia Department.
We believe strongly that a story should entertain, engage, and educate the viewer. Such storytelling skills are displayed in our diverse catalog of productions such as television series and specials, documentaries, commercials, social issue programming, book trailers, corporate videos, and more.
Our award winning TRC Media team has used its storytelling abilities to work with clients such as the Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference, the National Park Service, the Tennessee Wildlife Resources Agency, Thomas Nelson Publishing, Meriwether Lewis Electric Cooperative, the Tennessee Arts Commission, and many more. You can get a look at some of our work by visiting our TRC Media Channel.
We are looking forward to telling YOUR story. For more information, please contact TRC Media Director, Steve Hall, at (615) 740-5506, or
From the initial contact to product delivery, everything about working with The Renaissance Center crew is first rate. With their professional guidance and input, the projects have hit home with our audience. As for quality, we truly can’t ask for anything better. They do an excellent job of making our employees feel comfortable while filming. MLEC has partnered with The Renaissance Center each year since 2006.
Their participation in our annual project guarantees a polished product that makes our entire organization proud. Their staff is reliable, caring, and understanding with our special requests. I would highly suggest a partnership with them to anyone in the market for this type of service. They get ‘two thumbs up’ from MLEC.
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Award-winning WNPT Television Series
Tennessee's Wild Side
Award-Winning WNPT Television Series
Civil War Series Episodes
for Civil War 150 Susquicentennial
An initiative of the Tennessee District Attorneys General Conference backed by the Tennessee Department of Education and Gov. Bill Haslam.
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