Indiana Originals Features Mike Jansen of Praxis Media Group on 93.1 WIBC

On Sunday, September 23, 2018, Terri Stacy and Mel McMahon spoke with Mike Jansen of Praxis Media Group about dream come true with the Colts, storytelling through video, and how the industry has changed over the years. Hear a new featured member each Sunday at 10:45 a.m. on 93.1 WIBC. Thanks for listening!   [audio mp3=""][/audio]   About Praxis Media Group: Praxis Media Group was founded by Mike Jansen in May of 2000. Mike began his journey in the communications field in 1988 when he ran into a college classmate who talked Mike into doing a voice over for a video project. Mike put a demo tape together and began his voice over career. Mike left his job selling long distance telephone services in May of 1990 to pursue a full-time career in voice overs and now on-camera talents for television commercials and corporate training videos. In October of 1990 Mike took a job with an audio and video production company as a salesman and over time evolved his role into a producer, guiding projects to completion.   Mike officially formed Praxis Media Group in May of 2000 to produce his own projects as well as producing electronic media for many clients under the Praxis umbrella. In 2004, Mike teamed up with Dan T. Hall, writer/producer/director, to act in and produce an independent feature film, “EZ Money”. Since it’s inception, Praxis Media Group has produced quality content for American Trans Air, Finish Line, United Way of Central Indiana, Indianapolis Colts, Indiana High School Athletic Association, Wishoo/Toyota to name a few. Mike also continues as a voice talent including the stadium announcer for the Indianapolis Colts as well as video production for the foundations of Peyton Manning, Gary Brackett, and Marlin Jackson.     Learn more at   This production is made possible with the help of the following:   Recorded with Terri Stacy, First Day | Broadcasted by 93.1 WIBC | Imaging by Steve O'Brien, SOVO Creative, Inc. | Music Credit to The Elms, "Back to Indiana"