08/06/2010 in News, Market Insight
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Online video’s becoming a vital marketing tool for businesses of all sizes and it couldn’t be easier to do.
AM-online now offers professional online video production throughout the UK.
We can produce two styles of video depending on your budget and stream them into both your site and AM-online.
Prices start at just £695 + VAT for a still image based video with professional voiceover, music and graphics.
For an experienced and professional film maker to visit you at your business premises to film you, your promises and staff costs just £1,995 + VAT.
All prices include production of the video, unlimited streaming and hosting for 12 months into your own website and also into AM-online TV our great new interactive video player.
If you want to show off what you do best using video call the AM-online commercial team for more information on each package.
Already got a video? Great – let us know and we’ll add it into AM-online TV for £595 + VAT which includes hosting and streaming for 12 months over many levels of interactivity to really make your video work hard.
Prices start at just £695 + VAT for a still image based video with professional voiceover, music and graphics (see Showcase example below).
For an experienced and professional film maker to visit you at your business premises to film you, your promises and staff costs just £1995 + VAT (see Professional example below).
For more information call Sarah Wilson on 01733 468320 or email email@example.com
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