Our production team have worked together for over 20 years in professional tv and TVUKradio and really understand the complex and creative requirements of video production.

TVUK has produced videos for:

  • QVC
  • Friday's PR Group
  • National Museum of Computing
  • Queens College Watford
  • Crimestoppers
  • Boness Veterinary Hospital
  • BNI 
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"TVUK impressed me because of their experience on radio and television. Working with animals is never predictable so when it came to filming Phillip and his assistant coped with whatever was happening, ranging from interviewing my staff to witnessing a castration and getting dressed in the full gear to come into the operating theatre. Phillip was very good at getting people to relax and talk to him.  TVUK estimated the time he needed to spend on the premises accurately and produced a rough draft for me to view within a week. They were s conscious of cost and stuck to their quote." 

Boness Veterinary Hospital
Julia M Boness

"Fridayís are now regular users of TVUKís facilities. We produce video news bulletins for our clients to post on their website or YouTube giving up to date information about their companyís latest developments and product services. TVUK produced these with a fast turnaround, using green screen techniques, in-house graphic design, and professional news readers. We found Phil Fothergillís considerable broadcasting experience a great asset where accuracy is of vital importance."

Friday's PR

At The National Museum of Computing, TVUK has become our first port of call when we need video work undertaken. We know that we will receive a very professional and polished product, which has enabled us to promote our young Museum so that it is now quickly recognised as one of the top computer museums in the world. Whether filming a ten-minute guide to the Museum or a multi-media lecture the results have been top class and we have been proud to promote them to discerning audiences across the globe. We are looking forward to commissioning further work with TVUK .

The National Museum of Computing

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