Roger Daniel

Production Manager




Donna Fortaleza


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- 15 years of Business Management experience

- Expertly managed logistics and crews for productions with President Obama, American Idol, the NFL, more than 50 local TV stations nationwide, Inside Edition, God TV, GSA-Office of Public Affairs, US Army TV, the Nuclear Regulatory Commission, the Dept. of the Interior, Dept. of Defense, ESPN, Housing and Urban Development, AARP, Veterans Administration, PBS, US Army Training Center and Ft. Dix, the Government Accountability Office, Voice of America, Dept. of Homeland Security, Dept. of Justice, the US Army Corps of Engineers and God-TV

Education:  BA - University of Santo Tomas 

                           Manila, Philippines   



For more than 20 years, we have delivered on our promise to provide reliable, efficient and affordable service.  We pride ourselves on never delivering anything less than perfection to our clients.

 Our award-winning crew of technicians, engineers and multimedia professionals bring passion and enthusiasm to every project. From simple shoots or installations to complete network productions and multi-studio renovations, we have you covered. Take a look at our Clients, call us and experience the ease of allowing Howard Video to provide all of your video production, audio/video and multimedia services.

- 25 years of Production Management, Engineering and Operations experience

Mr. Daniel's experience includes:

- Project Manager - Dept. of Justice, Homeland Security,  Dept. of the Interior

- Director/TD - Government Accountability Office

- Sr. AV System Engineer - Department of the Interior

- Sr. Videographer - CNN

- Multimedia Producer - Defense Information System Agency

- Videographer/Editor - NBC, WRC, WJLA, WTTG, Fox News, Reuters

- Sports Videographer/Support - NFL, ESPN, NBC Sports, NFL on Fox

Certifications:  Cisco/Tandberg (VTC), Omnivex (Digital Signage)

Education:  BA - Video Production - Bowling Green State University

                   MA - Organizational Communication - Howard University