Founded in 2007 by producer extraordinaire, Robert Green, Another Green World Productions is a full-service production and consulting company with a focus on creating compelling content for any and every medium while bridging the gap between established artists and yet-to-be-discovered artists.

Since its inception, AGW had developed and produced content for clients such as AMERICAN EXPRESS, FEDERATED MEDIA, UPRIGHT CITIZENS BRIGADE, WARNER PREMIERE, THE YOUNG TURKS, RUSSELL BRAND’S THE TREWS, MORGAN SPURLOCK, FOX DIGITAL STUDIO, LAURA DAWN, JASH, EPIX and many more. During that time, AGW has earned a worldwide reputation for successfully developing and producing exceptional content on time, on budget, and on purpose, for companies large and small, commercial and institutional, traditional and bleeding edge.

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AGW worked with Conde Nast, launching Conde Nast Entertainment’s Digital Video division, overseeing a 30 million dollar spend to launch 8 channels of digital video for Vogue, Teen Vogue, Wired, Vanity Fair, GQ and other top brands. AGW oversaw ideation, vision, content vertical creation, social media strategy, ad spend, marketing strategy and hiring of behind and in front of the camera talent. Content created led to 14 award nominations, including wins from DigiDay, the Producer’s Guild, and numerous Webby Nominations. In total, we did over 500 millions view and a year-on-year growth of 5000 percent.

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