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TellyJuice Creates Titles Sequence for Mark Your Card

Mark Your Card is a weekly programme that is aired on Saturday mornings. It incorporates topical debates, guides you through the essentials of the day’s horse racing and offers professional advice on the Saturday afternoon runners and riders. Thinking outside the horsebox TellyJuice was asked to come up with the opening show title sequence for...

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Five tips on how to launch your career in video production

All successful video production teams combine technical proficiency with artistic vision and have several roles in different disciplines. This means that if you have an eye for design, are savvy with digital technology or simply have a passion for film, there could be a role in video production for you. Here are our five tips...

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TellyJuice Welcomes Senior Motion Graphic Designer: Ian Clarke

TellyJuice is delighted to welcome new Senior Motion Graphic Designer Ian Clarke to our ever-expanding team. He comes to us from the largest TV broadcasting company in Europe: Viasat/MTG, where he art-directed shoots all over Europe and won many awards. Just this week his Christmas spot won a Silver World Promax award in the Best Animation category....

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TellyJuice Create Video Campaign for Child Rescue Alert

Missing People, the charity that offers support for missing people and their families, has launched a Child Rescue Alert campaign with the help of TellyJuice, who created the animated video starring Stephen Fry. Supporters Crime and Investigation channel (CI) approached us for help.  They were inspired by a comic book hero trailer that we had...

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Sex and Advertising

This week a US advertising agency has vowed to never again use the objectification of women to promote brands. To support their promise, Badger & Winters have released this video #WomenNotObjects showing women sarcastically confronting sexist adverts that hypersexualise and objectify women’s bodies for marketing purposes. Certain brands are well known for the kind of...

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Could a celebrity boost your video marketing campaign?

On October 30th 2015, Amazon premiered its new advertising campaign for Amazon Prime, starring an unexpected celebrity: The following day the name Jeremy Clarkson appeared in 90 newspaper headlines, according to Google Trends, and at the time of writing, the YouTube version of the advert has gained almost 2.7 million views. Amazon chose quite possibly...

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Christmas Ads 2015 – Lose The Schmaltz, We Love The Weird, The Shocking & The Hysterically Funny

Hysterically Funny: Poo Pourri This is toilet humour at its absolute finest. The script is a delivery of perfectly polished poo-puns. The acting (children especially) is fantastic. As the kids keep coming, so do the jokes – right up to the very last moment. Not a second is wasted in this awesome Christmas commercial. “Holy St.Nicholas! He’s dropping...

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Video Christmas Cards: Should You or Shouldn’t You?

With 21st century technology comes 21st century Christmas cards. But are video cards the season’s greetings of the future or a Christmas cringe-fest? We take a look at some of the reasons a video Christmas card may, or may not, be for you. They could go viral If you upload your family’s video Christmas card...

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#nanonthetown: 2015s Best John Lewis Advert Spoofs So Far

At around 9:15pm on Friday 6th November, the nation began collectively weeping as this year’s John Lewis Christmas advert was premiered. You’ve probably seen it by now: The “Man on the Moon” advert cost £1 million to shoot, and was conceived as part of a joint partnership with the charity Age UK to raise awareness...

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