|31 March 2020|
Whether you’re catching up with friends and relatives or discussing business with colleagues, it’s important to keep in contact with one another. So we thought that we would share our top 5 video conferencing applications with you.
|24 March 2020|
Oakridge is a unique and special primary school based in High Wycombe, taking children from 3 to 11 years old. We were approached by Oakridge Primary to produce a promotional video for them, together with a banner piece for their new website, here’s what happened.
|12 January 2020|
To celebrate the start of a new year and a new decade, the crew at Take One TV has some exciting opportunities available to help give you and your business 2020 vision by way of video.
|14 October 2019|
In this blog, we are going to be discussing some of the different things that you need to consider before you interview someone for video.
|22 August 2019|
Businesses that are keen to stay ahead of their competition or even just make sure potential clients find them first when searching online are using video as a key part of their marketing toolkit.
So here are a couple of key mistakes that we often see which we hope will help you get better results from your video marketing.
|09 July 2019|
I have been working at TakeOneTV as a marketing assistant for just over a year now while doing my digital marketing apprenticeship. To celebrate one year, I thought it would be nice to take a little look at some of the things I’ve been doing.
|20 June 2019|
Making a video for your business can be a powerful way to communicate with your audience. But where do you start? Here’s part 2 of Take One’s guide to making a video for your business.
|13 June 2019|
Making a video for your business can be a powerful way to communicate with your audience. But where do you start? Here’s Take One’s guide to making a video for your business.
|06 June 2019|
When presenting to camera it may be very tempting to say you’ll do it on the spot because you’re used to presenting to people at seminars, in meetings, to potential clients and at networking events all the time. However, presenting to camera is very different from presenting to people face to face.
|23 May 2019|
Doing a recce is something that end clients often don’t see happening, much like they don’t see the hours we may put into preparing equipment for their job and planning the filming schedule. It’s the sort of thing that differentiates a video production company from a videographer and there are many reasons why we carry out a recce.