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11/11/2010 video of the day.

As were redoing our website with the massive upgrade with our Youtube partnership now, were going to start doing a video of the day was we add new stock footage to our Youtube Channel. 

To kickoff the video of the day, it is not a hurricane, not a tornado, not even a winter storm but what some might call "Sea Food", close up Squid footage.

Slip Slidin' Away - Bridgestone Blizzak ad uses BNVN footage.

Check out the new Bridgestone Blizzak commercial that is now being broadcast around the world.  The opening shot of the footage of the car "Slip Slidin' Away" is from our March 31, 2008 winter storm spin out video.    

11/09/2010 Denver, CO First Snow Fall

In Denver Colorado, Weather Paparazzi Tony Laubach reports that the first snow of the season fell across parts of the metro area on Tuesday, nearly 3 weeks after the average first snow date of October 19. However, the first snow fell 12 days shy of the November 21 record for the latest first snow.

11/05/2010 Saint Cloud, MN early morning fire B-Roll footage

Firefighters were on the scene of a two story house fire at 417 Eighth Avenue South.

In the video that from just after 7 a.m. this morning, four Saint Cloud fire trucks were on the scene along with assistance from a Sauk Rapids fire truck as the home was engulfed in flames.

10/26/2010 Overnight high winds and winter storm video

Travel in much of the upper Midwest will remain hazardous today as the snow and high winds will continue until this evening. A massive storm system hit the Upper Midwest yesterday with record low atmospheric pressure in Minnesota. As the system moves off to the northeast and into Canada, it will start to weaken throughout the day. Last night as the storm was at it's peak intensity in central Minnesota, the winds gusted up to 60 miles per hour with sustained winds in the upper 30s to lower 40s mph, which is in the tropical storm force range.

10/21/2010 Terry County, Texas Large Hail Video

In Terry County, Texas Thursday night, BNVN Weather Paparazzi Brandon Ivey was chasing the severe thunder storm that was dropping Tennis Ball sized hail east of Tokio, TX.

In the video Brandon shot, he shows off the huge hail and cars driving in the hail along Highway 380.  As the hail piles up, it causes the heavy rain to flood the ditch on the side of the highway as the hail splashes into the flood waters.

Additional footage of hail falling in a field, falling on traffic and storm clouds.

10/10/2010 Anadarko, OK Hail storm

Late on Sunday evening, BNVN Weather Paparazzi, Brandon Sullivan found himself in the middle of a severe thunderstorm that hit the central Oklahoma town of Anadarko with large hail and flash flooding.

The footage that was taken under the relative safety of a gas station canopy during the worst of the hail shows large stones up to the size of golf balls falling and smashing into the ground.

At the end of the storm as the rain and hail subsided, flooded streets remained for drivers to try and navigate in the late evening darkness.

10/10/2010 Horsetooth Mountain wild fire video

Sunday morning, BNVN Weather Paparazzi Justin King was out covering the wild fire near Fort Collins Colorado. The Helena hotshot fire team, Poudre Fire Authority and Larimer county fire crews were working in the town of Stout, Colorado, which is just minutes west of Fort Collins, Colorado.

The fire forced the evacuation of residents in the community of Stout and along Bighorn Crossing Road in the Bighorn Crossing subdivision but no property was damage was reported.

10/05/2010 Nassau Bahamas plane crash b-roll aftermath footage

A twin-engine Cessna charter flight out of Nassau, Bahamas crashed right after takeoff into Lake Killarney this afternoon today in the Bahamas.

The small plane had 8 people on board that were flying to the southern Bahamas island of San Salvador.

Hurricane Igor stock video catalogs now ready on line.

We now have our archive of Hurricane Igor stock footage ready on line for preview.  This is different from the ENG packages that we posted while the storm was hitting Bermuda because this is the full half hour of the best footage that our crew shot while on location. 
All of the footage was shot in High Definition, including the surge and underwater cameras that are right in the action as the waves hit our crew.  

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