As Newsmaker enters its 10th year of operation it’s particularly pleasing to report a busy 2002 so far across all of its services: PR, media training and video production. As well as the continuing partnership with 3 Point Media, it has also been extremely enjoyable to work on videos with Charlie Charlton and Ross Marshall and to renew acquaintances with Phill Dobson and Steve Ilston.
As well as clients’ commissions for working on interesting and challenging projects, one of the lasting appeals of Newsmaker is the opportunity to operate alongside these like-minded professionals whose prime motivation is to do a good job.
I hope you enjoy this selection of our work this year, and if you want to discuss how video can help your business please contact email@example.com
Durham County Council asked us to produce this film to capture the performances of nine primary schools at a special show – A Right Royal Do – to celebrate the Platinum Jubilee.
For Ashall Projects we reported on the visit of staff from AXA UK to their new headquarters which is being built in Middlesbrough’s Centre Square.
The next video was shown at a major event staged by the Entrepreneurs’ Forum.
As well as A Right Royal Do, Durham County Council also commissioned us to make a film showing how Ramadan is observed in the North East. The video was part of an educational programme across schools in the county.
The final video in this selection features Charlie Charlton hosting a guide for students preparing for their Dragons Den-style presentation during this year’s Future Business Magnates competition.