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An "Introduction To" web video

This video was commissioned to be embedded in the client's website and shows the value of a well planned shoot to demonstrate the product and the competance of the service provider.

Shot on location with a real class for the client the video was shot over two days.

A clear shooting schedule and was used to ensure the best use of time.

To ensure best sound quality a radio mic was used which also gave freedom of movement.

Script cue was used on location to help the speaker and to give confidence.

Celebrity endorsement

Speaks for itself really.

Celebrity endorsement by James Martin at The Talbot Hotel, Malton

Calling a viewer to action

This video was commissioned to be embedded in the client's website and shows the benefit of a well thought out shot with carefully placed references within the shot.

The presenter was well practised and did the scene in one take.

The scene is well lit and the microphone out of shot to make it look as natural as possible.

The last section of the video calls the viewer to take action.

Testimonials

Testimonials are a superb way to reinforce you products benefits. Video testimonials are a way for your prospective customers to be reassured about the benefits and the sincerity of the person who is doing the testimonial.

Here the testimonials are by people who have benefitted from a change of lifestyle. #This is a whole video presented at first to reinforce the message and then let the testimonials speak. They have been edited tightly to keep the video moving and the viewer engaged.

If you want to fast forward to the testimonials they start around 1 minute 20 seconds into the film. This is a particularly long video and would not normally be recomended Tight editing of the content is an attempt to keep the viewer interested throughout the desired duration.

Introducing prospective new clients to watch a service so that they will be reassured to participate

This video shows the benefit of a video displaying the full service that may can be dificult to describe or believe. Here is one such example, shot on a budget, with a voiceover to fill in where the client was less comfortable doing the description of the service. A voiceover can give light and shade to a video.

Parental agreement was given to use all of the video shot in this film and shows the detailed preparation needed for all video shoots.

This was a video shot for the web.

Telling the story and drawing the viewer in.

This video was commissioned to promote a difficult product in a crowded market. The idea is to establish the business and the personalities, promote the service, and encourage the viewer to take action and know the response they would get when they calling reception and the person they would be talking to.

Unfortunately it also shows the danger of a script which is too specific as the presenter later left the firm and the video had to be reshot.


Radio in a box

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Videos and web

Make your event an even bigger success by sharing the event via a short term radio station known as an RSL.

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Live music recordings

Make your event an even bigger success by sharing the event via a short term radio station known as an RSL.

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James Martin

Celebrity endorsement, Speaks for itself really.

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