Video Production & Internal Communications Blog | VirtualStudio.TV

  • Simon Malone

    VirtualStudio.TV Video Newsletter for August 2014

    1st September 2014 by Simon Malone

    This month, we've filmed in a Power Station with Siemens, taken our Mobile Studio down to London for a live Q&A with Aspen Insurance and met up with a potential new client in Amsterdam!

    For more information on our video services, please do contact us today!

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  • At last night’s RAR Awards ceremony, held in Grosvenor Square, Mayfair, VirtualStudio.TV was named the top UK agency in the TV/Video/Audio production category.

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  • As you may already know, we recently moved to a bigger studio! The new studio has tonnes more space, a nice big client green room, and best of all – a much comfier sofa!
    To celebrate this great achievement we decided to throw a housewarming evening at the beginning of the month, and invite all of the people who have supported us over the years.

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  • VirtualStudio.TV have moved to a bigger building - to celebrate, here's our unabridged moving video (a tease of which you may have seen on Facebook last month).

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  • Rachel Willis

    VirtualStudio.TV Appoints Peter Wilson As Videographer

    15th January 2014 by Rachel Willis

    We're absolutely delighted to welcome Peter Wilson to the VirtualStudio.TV team!

    Peter has six years’ experience in live television with four of those as Studio Director & Vision Mixer for Ideal Shopping Direct, where he relayed direction to TV presenters and crew, all whilst in control of a live vision mixing desk. He's acquired approximately 5,000 hours experience in a live gallery environment across a variety of programmes.

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  • Whether you’re writing a script for your next video, your company’s annual conference or even a speech for your best friend’s wedding, these handy tips will help you get your message across with panache.

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  • A couple of years ago we created a short YouTube video, detailing our top 10 tips for great presenting and public speaking. We’ve had such an amazing response to this video that we have decided to produce a whole new series of ‘Top Tips’ videos!

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  • Update - December 2013

    We are delighted to announce that Peter Wilson has joined VirtualStudio.TV and has filled this position.

    We are always on the look out for people to join our team in the future. If you are interested in working with us please do contact us today.

    We’re on the lookout for a bright, motivated Videographer and Video Editor to join the VirtualStudio.TV team in December 2013.

    About Us

    We are an innovative, fast-growing, ambitious company that has developed a new way of producing and streaming videos and virtual events. We want to add a new member to the team as we look to expand our business in 2014. If you have a passion for video production and are hankering to kick-start a career in the industry then pl…

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  • In my first role as an Account Executive I was taught one great skill by the MD at the time; the art of a good handshake.

    I was asked to be part of a pitch team (I was asked to carry the bags actually, but you have to start somewhere!) As part of the team I would have to shake hands with the potential new client that we were pitching to. With the panic of dropping the bags and sitting on the edge of proceedings like a mute lemon, I thought the hand shake was the least of my worries – wrong!

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  • This post is all about changing the start times of your YouTube videos. It is possible to adjust the position at which YouTube videos start and finish by altering their URL and embed codes. With the explosion in the use of the web video viewers are becoming more selective about what they watch and how long they will view it for. It is more important than ever with video to get straight into key messages and points if you are to hold your audience’s attention. If a key point that is relevant to the person you are sharing the video with comes in at around 3 minutes into the video, it is far from guaranteed they will watch the previous 2:59 to get there!

    Altering the start time of a YouTube video can be useful for a wide range of reasons and the good news is that it is easily done by changing the odd link and a few lines of simple code. I know just the mention of the word “code” might be enough to make you quit this page, but please stay with me! I will do my best to make these tips really easy to follow and implement, and if you do have any trouble with them, just give me a call and I will happily talk you through them.

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