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Anchor Pro Video Spotlights the Human Story Behind Businesses
By Cora Jackson-Fossett, Staff Writer
Published September 6, 2018

Leah Campbell Johnson, owner of Anchor Pro Video (Courtesy photo)

Real people create businesses and it’s the human story that Anchor Pro Video aims to share by producing visual resumes for individuals and companies.

Founded by Leah Campbell Johnson, the four-year-old video production firm’s motto is: “We deliver the human side of the history of your business to help display your passion for what you do.”

“We set our sights on telling the stories of real people who strive to be successful and make a difference in their careers and businesses. Research has proven that video is the fastest way to show your audience or potential employer why they should do business with you,” explained Johnson, who also produces videos for community organizations and non-profits.

Among the service Anchor Pro Video offers are short and long-form video, strategic messaging, script review, video editing and web graphics. The company also has express video editing, said Johnson.


“This service is for those who may need their promotional video shot and edited all in the same day. We have clients across the country that have taken advantage of this Anchor Pro Video signature feature,” she said.

Johnson interviews an aspiring entrepreneur at a business networking event in Houston, Texas. (Courtesy photo)

Johnson, who was born and raised in South L.A., graduated from St. Mary’s Academy in Inglewood and Hampton University in Virginia. Much of her video experience comes from her career in the television news industry.

She worked as an assistant weekend assignment editor at KCBS and as a production assistant at KCAL. Johnson went on to reporting and fill-in anchor stints at WALA/Fox Ten News in Mobile, Alabama; WHNS/Fox Carolina in Greenville, South Carolina; and WSPA/ News Channel 7 in Spartanburg, South Carolina. From 2006 to 2013, she was a news anchor and producer for WMAZ/CBS in Macon, Georgia.

Inspired by her TV news background, Johnson started Anchor Pro Video in 2014 with the plan to produce compelling promotions for websites and social media platforms. Gradually building a name, her firm has attracted a diverse clientele including the WNBA’s Atlanta Dream, the Texas Black Expo in Houston and the Otis Redding Foundation.

Inviting more businesses to consider Anchor Pro Video, she said, “Our goal is to create effective, straightforward and compelling videos that our clients are excited about. So, whether you are an individual business professional, have a small local business or own a huge corporation, we look forward to serving you!”

To learn more, visit or call (678) 464-4123.

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