Our Long Story [Short]?  

Long Story Short Media is a creative content agency made up of network and syndicated television producers, award-winning journalists, writers, graphic designers, videographers and editors.

We combine decades of narrative storytelling and technical expertise to produce meaningful and memorable short and long-form content for broadcast, digital and the live event space.

Our clients include major television networks, multinational technology companies, global non-profits, Fortune 500 companies and many others.

Our content has been seen and heard across the globe – from broadcast television and radio, to digital channels, social media, and immersive websites, and on LED screens in Times Square and Piccadilly Circus.

From Emmys to Webbys and Cines to Tellys, our team has been recognized with more than 30 awards in the past six years, including a 2016 Edward R. Murrow award.

We are a certified woman-owned business by the Women’s Business Enterprise Council (WBENC), and a Certified Business Enterprise (CBE) headquartered in the District of Columbia. In 2015, LSS Media was named to the Inc. 5000 list of fastest-growing private companies in America.

But most importantly, we [listen]…


To you and your message, which enables us to produce results and get it right the first time.


We know how to talk to a President, a Princess, a mother, a child. We know how to speak to your audiences – either national or niche.

We know how to do it in the U.S. We know how to do it internationally. And we love it.

Because when it comes to getting your story right, we know that…Every. Single. Moment. Matters.

Our People

Our Clients

We’ve had the privilege of working with foundations, non-profits, corporate partners, government agencies and broadcast networks. The following represent a sample of our clients:

 
 

Our Awards

In just five years, LSS Media’s work has earned us more than 30 awards and nominations.

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Inc. 5000:

 

  • 2015: Chosen by Inc. Magazine for the Class of 2015 Inc. 5000 List – #2740 out of the 5000 fastest-growing businesses in America

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Emmy Awards:

 

  • 2010: Emmy nomination for Outstanding LIVE Coverage of a Current News Story – NBC News Special, “The Inauguration of Barack Obama”

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Edward R. Murrow Award

 

  • 2016: News Documentary (Video) for “Uniquely Nasty: The U.S. Government’s War on Gays” – co-produced with Yahoo! News

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Webby Awards:

 

  • 2016: Official Honoree Online Video – General Film: Science & Education for “A History of the Cocktail with Derek Brown”
  • 2016: Official Honoree Online Video – Channels & Networks: News & Information for “#AskTheHIVDoc” – Kaiser Family Foundation, Greater Than AIDS
  • 2014: Nomination Best Public Service & Activism for “Greater Than AIDS: Alicia Keys For Empowered” – Kaiser Family Foundation
  • 2012: Nomination Best Editing for “AIDS at 30” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • 2012: Nomination Best Public Service & Activism for “Countdown to an AIDS-Free Generation” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • 2011: Webby Award for Public Service and Activism for “The Time to Eliminate Pediatric AIDS is Now” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • 2011: People’s Voice Webby Award for Public Service and Activism for “The Time to Eliminate Pediatric AIDS is Now” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • 2010: Webby Nomination for “Liya’s Diary” – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation
  • 2010: Webby Nomination for “A Father and Son Love Story” – Bill & Melinda Gates Foundation

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CINE Golden Eagle Awards:

 

  • 2016: Finalist for “History of the Cocktail with Derek Brown”
  • 2016: Finalist for “Greater Than AIDS: We Are Family” – Kaiser Family Foundation, Greater Than AIDS, Georgia Department of Public Health
  • 2013: “We Are Empowered: Alicia Keys Wants to Change the Way You Think About HIV” – Kaiser Family Foundation, Griffin Schein, Greater Than AIDS: Empowered, and the Alicia Keys Family Foundation
  • 2012: “Through My Lens” – Lab School of Washington
  • 2012: “Countdown to an AIDS-Free Generation” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • 2011: “Stephen’s Story” – ONE Goal
  • 2011: “I Will, I Can, I Am” – Lab School of Washington
  • 2011: “EGPAF Identity Video” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

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CINE Special Jury Awards:

 

  • 2013: “Countdown to an AIDS-Free Generation” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

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Telly Awards:

 

  • 2013: Silver Telly for “Alicia Keys for Empowered” (Health & Wellness category) – Alicia Keys Family Foundation and Kaiser Family Foundation
  • 2013: Silver Telly for “Alicia Keys for Empowered” (Social Responsibility category) – Alicia Keys Family Foundation and Kaiser Family Foundation
  • 2013: Bronze Telly for “Making a Difference” – Communities In Schools
  • 2012: Silver Telly for “Countdown to an AIDS-Free Generation” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • 2012: Silver Telly for “Lab School 2011” – Lab School of Washington
  • 2012: Bronze Telly for Cherry Blossom Festival Centennial Promotional Video – National Cherry Blossom Festival
  • 2011: Silver Telly for “Stephen’s Story” – ONE Goal
  • 2011: Silver Telly for “EGPAF ID Video” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • 2011: Bronze Telly for “Faces of the Everglades” – Everglades Foundation
  • 2011: Bronze Telly for “Change Begins Within” – David Lynch Foundation
  • 2010: Silver Telly for “I Will, I Can, I Am” – Lab School of Washington
  • 2010: Bronze Telly for “Jessica’s Diary”
  • 2010: Bronze Telly for “Everglades Foundation” – Everglades Foundation

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Davey Awards:

 

  • 2012: Silver Davey for “Project HEART” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • 2010: Silver Davey for “EGPAF Identity Video” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation
  • 2010: Gold Davey for “I Will, I Can, I Am” – Lab School of Washington

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DoGooder Awards:

 

  • 2012: “Fearless Storytelling” nomination – “Countdown to an AIDS-Free Generation” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation

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AEGIS Film and Video Production Awards:

 

  • 2010: “I Will, I Can, I Am” – Lab School of Washington

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MarCom Awards:

 

  • 2010: Platinum Award for “EGPAF Identity Video” – Elizabeth Glaser Pediatric AIDS Foundation