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COVID-19 & Business Continuity

We are following the TV Production Guidelines on managing the risk of Coronavirus in audio and video production.

We use Zoom, Skype and other platforms for remote recording of audio and video for employee and customer communications.  We can also record on-location using suitable recording equipment and practising safe distancing, wearing of masks and gloves, etc.  We have minimum crew levels with everyone trained in the correct protocols for personal and third party safety.

If you have any questions about our services and how we can help you with ongoing audio and video production please let us know.

Engaging Audiences through Video and Audio

We are a video and audio production company based in Hampshire and Cambridgeshire, working with global clients since 2003 to create and deliver compelling messages.

Video Production

Our skilled production crews and studio team are ready to help you create impactful video.

  • Studio & Location Filming
  • Sound & Lighting
  • Post-Production / Editing
  • Greenscreen / Chromakey Studio
  • Multi-format Output
  • Conference & Event Services

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Audio Production

For podcasts, broadcasts, audio-books, translations and more.  We have the kit and experts to hand.

  • Voiceovers
  • Foreign Language Voiceovers
  • Sound Booth
  • Editing & Post Production
  • Podcast Production Service
  • Skype & ‘Down the Line’

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Webinars & Streaming

Fully integrated service, streaming live and pre-recorded webinars for clients worldwide since 2006.

  • Sound Booth
  • Location & ‘Down the Line’
  • Presentation Editing
  • Branded Registration Pages
  • Interactive Viewing Pages
  • Viewing Statistics

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Would you like to shoot and edit your own video? Our production experts can help you.

  • Planning & Scripts
  • Shooting (Framing & Lighting)
  • Kit Advice
  • Editing
  • Titles & Graphics
  • Output Formats

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The Mayflower 400 DVD

Exploring the historical back-story of the Mayflower and Speedwell sailing in 1620, and the reasons for the ‘Great Migration’ to the New World.