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After a decade of working in various parts of the country, Matt Sacks has now brought his years of video production skills and media experience to South Florida in the form of Be Noticed Productions.

After arriving in Florida in 2007, Matt quickly learned the wedding videographer trade. He has produced numerous pre-wedding video montages and full wedding productions. Matt has worked many prestigious venues from West Palm Beach to Key West. What started out as part-time freelance work has now become a passion!

Yet early on, a passion for sports brough Matt into the video production field. He began his video production training as a Telecommunications and English major at Indiana University. His professional career took off as the first ever intern and later production assistant at Classic Sports Network (now ESPN Classic). Matt worked with esteemed on-air talent such as the late Dick Schaap, Al Trautwig and Bill Patrick. He also helped produce shows involving guests such as Wilt Chamberlain, Joe Namath, and Julius Erving to name a few of the Hall of Famers he met along the way.

Friday Night Lights!
New York City 1996-98

An itch to become on-air talent himself drove Matt to the Midwest. A cable news opportunity in Lawrence, Kansas and local TV sports reporting/anchoring gigs in Fargo, North Dakota and Lincoln, Nebraska soon followed. Matt reported on every type of high school sport imaginable. Covering the Nebraska Cornhuskers football team highlighted some of his work experiences.


The website world then came calling as Matt worked from 2004-2007 helping start their AMP video production unit. He traveled the country doing video features on high school football and basketball recruits. Matt interviewed 9 first round draft picks from the 2009 NFL draft including number one overall pick Matthew Stafford, 12 first round picks from the 2010 NFL draft, and 2008 and 2009 number one overall NBA draft picks, Derrick Rose and Blake Griffin!

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