Storytelling is part of what makes us human
From films to TV shows to commercials to shorts – stories come to life on the big and now tiny screen with video. I saw just how powerful storytelling could be during my 14 years at WWE—watching the emotions of the WWE fans when something dramatic happens to their favorite or least favorite talent. Even my young nieces got into it. I saw families from 6 to 60 years old at live events, cheering together, clapping, booing, and stomping their feet for the heroes they love.
But the talent was built through their stories.
WWE is a Tier 1 company with resources and budgets that allow them to tell big stories using expensive and expert resources. Editors that went to film school with years of in the field experience. Audio engineers received degrees from top universities honing their dedicated years to the craft. Professional hosts who’ve built their global reputation and showmanship match after match.