Edward Holub Bio
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Edward Holub video producer

With the rise of the web as one of the primary sources for video delivery, Ed Holub made the leap into webcasting with a variety of projects in New Orleans – from live events to training classes. There’s little doubt of the power of this new medium and Ed’s been on the front lines since day one.

Taking chances has always been second nature to Ed Holub, so his decision to take on so many disparate projects within one critical year should have come as no surprise. The work the company produced in 2012 is still talked about more than six years later – especially “Hard Life: Diary Of A Social Worker” https://youtu.be/PWqZK8RAF6E and the anti-sweatshop campaign designed to help boycott Sri Lanka, “No Love for Panties” https://youtu.be/sbw3OjBBQYU

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