|18 April 2018|
Take One TV recruited Cory, a very bright 14 year pupil from The Grange School in Aylesbury for a week of work experience. It was lovely to have him here with us, writing blogs and presenting his own script onto auto-cue. We wish Cory the very best for his very promising career ahead and hope he had a wonderful Easter break with his family.
|28 March 2018|
Our Production and Marketing Assistant, took the opportunity to really ‘muck in’ with the team, showing her handy work with Take One TV to help create a promotional video. Here she talks about how she learned first hand the ways in which Take One TV go the extra mile for our clients.
|22 March 2018|
The perception within the world of science is now considered so much more openly and differently. A lot of that is thanks to this bright star, Stephen Hawking.
|14 March 2018|
Drone footage seems to be everywhere right now. It appears on TV shows, in films all over YouTube and even corporate websites, and it’s not hard to see why. Here we answer the top 6 questions asked about drones.
|27 November 2017|
Since “winter is coming” (with Christmas just around the corner), there has never been a better time to upgrade your TV whether it is a gift for a loved one or you are just spoiling yourself! But with so many features and technical terms included in the branding for all these TV’s, how do you know what they mean and which ones suit you best?
Don’t worry, I’ve got you covered!
|05 January 2017|
Maybe you thought AI was something just for the movies, but think again as we move into 2017 and beyond because AI is making a definite impact in a number of industries and in particular with eCommerce.
|17 November 2016|
This particular blog post will be told from a recent Media graduate’s perspective after joining Take One on their video shoot to Our Lady of Lourdes RC Primary School.
|09 November 2016|
The success and importance of video in search and marketing was perhaps recognised in 2006 when Google bought YouTube for $1.65 billion. No wonder that having video on your home page on line provides a 54 times better chance of you getting returned in a Google search result list. Of course, Google then decided to roll forward the idea of ads to monetise its investment in YouTube and capitalise on the success of the channel for brands, marketers and individuals giving yet another way in which to push potential customers to a product or service.
|29 June 2015|
4K TV is predicted to go mainstream within the next five years therefore more media should be produced for the 4K TVs. But what about people who do not want or cannot afford a 4K TV? Will they be left in the past, unable to watch any new films or television? Will this be another 3D debacle? Quite likely, well at least for some time in the future and certainly for business purposes we need to look for the most common receiving format and facility, so lower common denominator rules – which is still the internet for now! HD video on the interview is gaining some segment but the majority is lower resolution or standard resolution so although we can edit in 4K for corporate video we don’t see it being a big area for production in the near future.
|28 July 2014|
DSLRs are starting to become more and more popular with amateurs and professionals alike. Many graduates seem to prefer the DSLRs, probably because that’s what they’ve trained on and of course because of cost and compact size. For personal needs they’re great, and for some professional needs they also work well, but take a look at our guest blogger’s thoughts from Phinktv as she covers some topics of concern on the pros and cons. Then you can decide for yourself what works perfectly for your personal needs!