For ten years, Mensch Media has produced films, radio programs, and websites that convey complicated messages in direct and effective ways.

For NPR's Justice Talking, Steve reports from Langley Park, Maryland on the Mara Salvatrucha (MS-13) gang and an innovative legal strategy being employed against it. And he investigates changes in regulations that leave single, gay, and older prospective parents unable to adopt children from China. (real audio)

At the bottom of the page are two recent video projects, streamed in Flash. They're about 10 minutes each. The RESPOND video looks best for very fast connections. Both projects are also viewable if you have regular DSL or Cable connections. For those without Flash or Shockwave, please view the Real Video version of the Respond film.

For the National Security Education Program, we also produced Worldstudy.gov, a website that introduced students to a unique opportunity for study abroad.

For OVATION - The Arts Network, we produced ArtsZone, an arts education website full of streaming media and art adventures. We also produced "The Codex Comes Home," a film and website about Bill Gates and Leonardo da Vinci.

Over the years, we've created projects for: The Library of Congress, the Smithsonian Institution, NPR, PBS, the University of Pennsylvania, Carnegie Hall, and the J Paul Getty Museum and Villa, among others.

Watch a video demo of some early work.

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Find out what we can do for you, by calling Steve Mencher at 301-431-2640 or my cell phone 301-580-6722.