Telehealth Analyst – MaineHealth / Maine Medical Center
Working with MaineHealth administrative teams, doctors, patients and IT to develop the best ways to bring people together using the latest technology in collaboration software, video hardware and Telemedicine.
Supports the northeast region’s multi-state, interconnected MaineHealth VideoNetwork conferencing system for medical, administrative and clinical use. Provides technology implementation, building of infrastructure, end-user training for doctors and admins, as well as full support for hardware/software deployment as related to Telehealth and Telemedicine video services.
Developing the MaineHealth VideoNetwork website, a support resource for the region pertaining to the video and networking needs of Telemedicine / Telehealth. Manages the Video Production Team and MaineHealth Educational Archives with hundreds of videos providing medical and administrative training.
Currently working with a wide range of MMC / MaineHealth departments and verticals including Cardiology, Emergency Department, ICD-10, Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital, Pediatrics, Surgery and Operating Room, Didactics, Nursing, Patient Counseling, Home Care Services, Oncology as well as Marketing, iTV, HR related Remote Candidate Interviews and Desktop Services.
Supporting all MaineHealth locations in the Northeast Region including Franklin Community Health Network, HomeHealth Visiting Nurses, Lincoln County Healthcare, NorDx, Pen Bay Healthcare, Southern Maine Healthcare, Waldo County Healthcare, Western Maine Health and Memorial Hospital in North Conway New Hampshire.
Utilizing Apple and Microsoft Windows technology for video conferencing, desktop collaboration, video production and website deployment, as well as industry standard video hardware and point to point services such as Cisco, Tandberg, Polycom, Vidyo, GoToMeeting, Jabber, WebEx, WebRTC, Zoom and Fuze.
Developing Research and Development sector for Maine Medical Center Integrated Services to explore new technologies, desktop and mobile hardware options, cloud-based tools, web and app development, as well as in-house appliance solutions.
With an extensive background as a video analyst for consulting, writing for publications, enterprise and regional companies, always working to stay ahead of the tech curve and keeping a close watch on where the industry is heading. The main goal being how to use new and emerging technology to bring people, patients and doctors together.
Franklin McMahon Bio – Contact
Owner of Franklin McMahon Studio, specializing in broadcast video, marketing, web development and photography. The studio works with national clients such as Microsoft, Yahoo, Adobe, Amazon, FOX and Time Warner as well as local clients including Maine Office of Tourism, Eastland Park Hotel, Women to Women, MaineHealth and Unum.
Directs creative agency team in the areas of producing commercials for TV, podcasts and video for the Web, commercial photography, web development and social media marketing.
Speaks at conventions on marketing, new media and business development. Writes for several nation magazines and websites including Computer Arts, Microsoft.com, Layers Magazine, Millimeter and Moviemaker. Produced and hosted weekly show for Sirius Satellite Radio.
As an award winning producer/director, has produced some of the most popular iTunes video podcasts of the past decade, now seen in 20 countries with millions of downloads. Video production series work has been featured on Yahoo News, Wired.com, BBC America and Boston’s Chronicle.
A professional photographer, works with national Fortune 500 ad clients such as Microsoft, produces international magazine covers for several industries, as well as commercial shoots for dozens of local businesses. Extensive presence and active connections on all social media networks.
Franklin McMahon’s Specialties: broadcast video, web marketing, social media, on-line video, photography, print, design, web development, podcasts
Past clients: Microsoft, FOX, Time Warner, Yahoo, Sirius Satellite Radio, IBM, Amazon.com, Adobe, HP, Marie Claire Magazine, Covergirl Cosmetics, Partida Tequila, Shell, McDonalds, 20th Century Fox, Moviemaker Magazine, Tylenol PM, Earthlink, GoDaddy, PetMeds, Layers Magazine, CNET and BBC America.
Director / Producer
Franklin brings to the table over a decade of experience in both broadcast (FOX) and cable (Time Warner) where he produced hundreds of weekly shows, live specials and telethons, narrative series and award winning commercial productions. Equally at home directing in the control booth, working on an editing system, on-location shooting HD video or mixing sound scores for a production, his skill set runs the full spectrum of visual and audio storytelling. Always part of the independent community, he has run the Portland Media Artists organization for ten years, a group designed to connect media artists. He has also produced and hosted countless film festivals and night life events, including serving as media director for the Portland Festival of World Cinema produced by MovieMaker Magazine. All the events being designed to feature, as well as unite, hundreds of creative artists.
He has been writing about video production, new media marketing, photography, broadcast, music scoring, web technologies, design and the entertainment industry for over a decade in print for magazines such as Digital Content Producer, DV, Res, Publish, MovieMaker, Computer Arts Projects, MacWeek as well as on-line for websites such as Microsoft, CNET and Layers Magazine. Writing styles include features, software and hardware reviews, content writing, interviews, profiles and tutorials.
As the Creative Director of MaineToday.com (the New Media division of the Portland Press Herald) Franklin has produced some of the largest websites in the state of Maine, including Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital and Maine Office of Tourism. In his years of working previously at MaineToday.com as well as now with his own company, he has worked on, developed and launched scores of websites and web pages, for clients local to the state and beyond. In additional to mastering the latest web code and multimedia aspects such as Flash and on-line video, his keen sense of design and usability comes through for small projects for business owners to larger firms who deploy major web projects. A common theme that you’ll find in many sites produced by Franklin is keeping things clean, simple and easy to navigate. Producing first class results combined with visual appeal and great usability is the key.
As an international photographer, Franklin’s work has been featured in print and on-line around the world, with projects ranging from photographing print ads for Microsoft to national magazine covers to commercial projects to model portfolios, his imagery is dynamic and highly stylized.
As an award-winning podcaster, Franklin’s shows have generated millions of downloads in over 20 countries and have been sponsored by some of the biggest brands in the business, including Adobe, HP, Marie Claire Magazine, Covergirl Cosmetics, Partida Tequila, Shell, McDonalds, 20th Century Fox, Tylenol PM, Earthlink, GoDaddy, PetMeds, KY and BBC America. Many of the shows he has produced have been at the top of the charts in iTunes including Rumor Girls, Secrets of Second Life, CreativeCOW Podcast, Media Artist Secrets, Mary and Karla, ShowGirls and Women of YouTube. His podcast Rumor Girls has also been aired weekly on Sirius Satellite Radio and in 2006 Yahoo News reported that Rumor Girls was the 5th most downloaded video podcast of the year.
Previous Career Experience
Creative Director, Franklin McMahon Studio Portland, Maine July 2001-Present
New Media Production – Owner of Franklin McMahon Studio, specializing in broadcast video, marketing, web development and photography. The studio works with national clients such as Microsoft, Yahoo, Adobe, Amazon, FOX and Time Warner as well as local clients including Maine Office of Tourism, Eastland Park Hotel, Women to Women and Unum. Directs creative agency team in the areas of producing commercials for TV, podcasts and video for the Web, commercial photography, web development and social media marketing. Speaks at conventions on marketing, new media and business development. Writes for several nation magazines and websites including Computer Arts, Microsoft.com, Layers Magazine, Millimeter and Moviemaker. Produced and hosted weekly show for Sirius Satellite Radio. As an award winning producer/director, has produced some of the most popular iTunes video podcasts of the past decade, now seen in 20 countries with millions of downloads. Video production series work has been featured on Yahoo News, Wired.com, BBC America and Boston’s Chronicle. As a professional photographer, works with national Fortune 500 ad clients such as Microsoft, produces international magazine covers for several industries, as well as commercial shoots for dozens of local businesses. Extensive presence and active connections on social media.
Creative Director, MaineToday.com Portland, Maine November 1999-December 2000
Web Development – Supervised creative team of five developers, designers and marketing individuals. Developed and deployed dozens of websites including some of Maine’s largest, such as Barbara Bush Children’s Hospital and Maine Office of Tourism. Created marketing and strategy for MaineToday.com brand and advanced multimedia elements of the main website.
Broadcast Production Supervisor, FOX51 Portland, Maine December 1998-November 1999
Broadcast Television – Worked with creative team of editors, designers and videographers to produce local taped/live shows for the network as well as local commercials for businesses in the state. Produced animation and broadcast graphics for promoting all affiliate shows, developed and streamlined efficient studio workflow, trained creative team and developed regional marketing strategy for local and national shows.
Production Supervisor, WCTV Cable Television Westerly, Rhode Island June 1988-November 1998
Cable Television – Developed, marketed and built television production facility. In charge of creative team who worked to produce hundreds of weekly shows, live specials, telethons, narrative series and award winning commercial productions. Trained and guided local community to produce their own cable television programs, maintained yearly purchases and equipment budgets, converted local channel to 24 hour entertainment and information network, won many statewide commercial video awards, wrote for nation magazines on the cable TV industry and produced/directed/wrote dozens of innovative, educational and entertainment programs.
“Franklin McMahon is the Steven Spielberg of Podcasting”
Founder of Mevio / Podshow
The “Podfather” of Podcasting
“Franklin’s expertise goes beyond photography into both video and new media. He’s had extensive experience as both a photographer and in television. He’s also been a pioneer in technologies such as podcasting, web video, blogging, and internet marketing. That and a great sense of humor make him someone you should work with. And the best part about new media – you don’t have to take my word for it, head over to fmstudio.com now.”
Producer, M Show Productions
“I am a great admirer of Franklin’s work – in the fields of multimedia production, creative development, and “pushing the envelope” in the fields of new media / podcasting, web design & photography. Plus he’s just a really nice guy. : )”
Owner, Nilo Creative
“I’ve worked with Frank on numerous occasions throughout the past several years. He and I have given lectures, speeches and seminars for a variety of businesses pertaining to the topics of marketing and social media. I end up the student at every event. I hate to go after him because I am still taking notes. His approach in many instance makes so much sense that I find my self thinking, I should have know that. He also has a great network of friends and businessmen. I have been introduced to many people I really wanted to meet by him. I look forward to every time we meet. I’m thinking of stalking him. You should too”
The Marketing Imagineer
“Franklin is the foremost expert in his field. Not only a skilled motion graphics and all around creative producer, but also an expert in the business side of the creative industry. Highly recommended.”
Motion Graphics and Interactive Designer
“I’ve known Franklin since early 2005. I’ve always know Franklin’s work to be timely, professional, and of exceptional quality. I would be eager to work with him on any sort of media project. I had an ongoing project for which Franklin was a regular contributor, and his work was always excellent and on time. Couldn’t ask for more. He’d be a valuable addition to any organization involved in media production.”
“Franklin’s work in photography and new media in general is top notch. I recommend him all the time for photo work on everything from head shots to movie sets. He knows how to work with the people and the camera. I don’t know if I have ever not seen a smile on his face and his results are always top notch!”
Storyteller, Explorer and Humanitarian
“Franklin is simultaneously professional and very fun to work with. He was the perfect man to host the ShowGirls podcast as he has great chemistry with the ladies and also the ability to reign in the conversation when it got too rowdy or to throw out another topic when it got too quiet. Franklin’s work with the RumorGirls podcast already illustrated that he could transparently produce a show, letting the feminine energy shine through, while providing that masculine mirror women seem to shine most brightly in front of, and this talent of his worked equally as well on the audio-via-Skype format of ShowGirls. Love ya, Frank!!!”
“Franklin is one of the most valuable contributors to the “New Media” community. Through his show “Media Artist Secrets”, he gives useful and practical advice from which anyone can benefit. He is immensely talented and stupendously creative. A real professional.”
Owner, InTouch Productions
“Franklin is simply the man. His wisdom is looked up to by many and his character is applauded by all. He’s a fountain of knowledge with never-ending talent. I’m a fan.”
Owner, Grinner Hester LLC