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Video Production

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

These days anyone can try and film a video in their bedroom or on a mobile phone….but who is going to watch it?   We believe for most PR videos high production standards will get you a bigger audience be it on television, online or on digital.

Conscious that most clients will be looking for the best ROI, we often shoot with a view to using the same footage in different ways.   The main purpose might be to film B-roll for television, for example, but we can ensure there is additional footage which can be re-edited into a film for a corporate website, or clips suitable for social media.

Our production teams are based in London but available to film and edit anywhere in the UK and beyond.

“Shout! Communications is a preferred video production supplier to TomTom  and we regularly use them on projects that can vary from filming a simple case study to high value, glossy corporate videos.  Whatever the budget they ensure the final deliverables are of the highest quality and the production team always come up with imaginative and pleasing treatments even when the brief is visually challenging. I wouldn’t hesitate to give them a reference.”

Cem Arikoler , Global Communications Manager, TomTom.

Video Production Services

Television B-roll is video footage we film to illustrate a PR generated story. It’s a fantastic asset for maximizing coverage on TV – but only when it’s produced in a certain way.   

Our corporate video production service employs the latest filming and editing techniques that result in highly polished, motivating films to support your corporate PR strategy. 

We use our expertise to produce engaging content and offer compelling online video production services that will result in coverage for our clients online.  

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