12/17/2008 Minneapolis, MN Winter storm travel hazard B-Roll

12/17/2008 B-Roll footage sot during a winter storm in the city of Minneapolis, MN. Video includes footage of cars in the ditch, cars and trucks the smashed into a guard rail, snow plows cleaning up the mess that fell from the sky and various overnight winter storm footage.

Catalog ID: 12172008A
Total Run Time: 04;09;07
Format 16×9 SD
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12/20/2008 Winter Storm Travel Hazard Video

Footage shot during a winter storm in Minnesota from Saint Cloud to Minneapolis, MN. B-Roll video of snow plows in action, cars and trucks stuck in the snow on Interstate 94 and general bad winter weather travel hazardous weather. Footage includes some insane video while driving right next to a snow plow at highway speeds while the blade is down.

Catalog ID: 12202008HD_A
Total Run Time: 05;07;25
Format: HDV

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1/13/2009 Sub Zero Road Hazard Snow Fall

1/13/2009 Footage of snow falling around the Minneapolis, MN area during the overnight hours with sub zero temps making for poor driving conditions. B-Roll of snow plows on Interstate 35, a minivan stuck in the snow near the Mall of America and various B-Roll video of snow cleanup around downtown Minneapolis, MN.

Catalog 01132009_DK_HD
Total Run Time: 03;30;12

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01/25/2010 SW MN, Blizzard Part 1

Short sample file of the footage we have from the powerful winter storm produced blizzard conditions over south western Minnesota. Footage shot around the Willmar, MN area of whiteout conditions with winds gusting to over 50 MPH. Conditions went from Blizzard to Ground Blizzard as the storm ended but the high winds continued.

Catalog # 01252010HD_A
Total Run Time: 10:56
Format: HD

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Gulf Of Mexico – Whale Sharks And Scuba Divers

Underwater and top side footage while scuba diving in the middle of the Gulf Of Mexico, a pair of Whale Sharks came and played with a group of divers in between scuba dives and would not leave the divers alone. The Whale Sharks let the divers rub their backs as if the divers were a cleaning station and played with the divers. The Whale Sharks stayed and followed the divers for over an hour as the divers moved on and would not leave the divers alone.

No Whale Sharks Were Hurt During The Filming Of This Video In International Waters.

Catalog # Whale_Shark_2009A
Total Run Time: 10:20
Format: HD

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How to Make Risotto

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It’s not hard to make this decadent, creamy Italian rice dish.

Step 1: Heat the broth
Bring the chicken broth to a simmer in a medium saucepan.

Step 2: Saute the onion and garlic
Add the onion and garlic to the olive oil in a separate pot, and saute over medium-low heat until it is fragrant and translucent.

Use a roomy, heavy pot that distributes heat evenly, such as a stock pot or Dutch oven.

Step 3: Add the rice
Add the rice to the onion and garlic. Lightly toast it, stirring constantly over medium heat for about three minutes.

Do not brown the rice. It should become translucent around the edges but remain white in the center.

Step 4: Add the wine
Add the wine, and stir and cook until nearly all of it is absorbed by the rice.

Step 5: Add the broth
Add a ladleful of the hot broth to the rice, stir and cook until the broth is absorbed, and then add more stock. Repeat, one ladleful at a time, until the broth is nearly gone or the rice stops absorbing it.

Add more ingredients for flavor: herbs, vegetables, seafood, poultry, or meat.

Step 6: Cook until tender
Continue stirring and cooking until the rice is tender. Add more stock or water if the risotto begins to dry out.

Step 7: Add butter and serve
Remove from the heat, and stir in the butter and parmesan cheese for added creaminess. Now dig in!

Did You Know?
Did you know? For two-thirds of the world’s people, rice is the foundation of home cooking.

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