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Video

Producing engaging videos using state-of-the-art cameras & in-house teams is what makes our video production services stand apart.

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Television

As TV journalists and broadcasters, we understand what makes a good visual story. As such, television is one of our greatest strengths.

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Online

Video is one of the most popular mediums for news gathering online and is an extremely effective way of reaching an audience.

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Radio

Over 90% of UK adults tune in to radio every week. We can help you reach this audience with our creative and targeted radio campaigns.

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Workshops

06
Jul
Streaming Options for PR Campaigns
Over the last couple of years streaming video has become much more accessible and cost effective. This workshop looks at the different options currently available – and the different budgets needed:  from live streaming on social media for free, through to worldwide satellite feeds, when it is m...
Thursday 6th July, 1615 for a 1630 start
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Latest blog posts

Alex Hesketh
Alex Hesketh
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6 top tips for appearing on camera

When we place people on screen we need to know that they are prepared properly and on message, as well as making sure any footage we shoot ourselves needing to be of broadcast standard.

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Alex Hesketh
Alex Hesketh
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Top tips to make your next radio day a success

If you want to reach millions of people across the UK, why not consider a radio day? A radio day is a great way to get your key messages across and make your brand stand out.

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Free eBook

Free Guide

Best PR Video Practices

This E-book looks at some tips and tricks in all areas of production

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Featured Blog Post

Podcast power: from dying format to cultural dominance

The podcast is back with a bang. Here’s how it came back to life, and why you should consider as your next broadcast PR venture.

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