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Simple Phone Call

Mobile phone technology is so unbelievably advanced these days: it is possible to translate text into foreign languages, use it for satellite navigation all over the world, scan bar codes and even set your Sky box to record television programmes … Continue reading

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Just Like Watching TV

All this blog writing has not only brought on a surge of reminiscing about productions we have worked on over the years and the laughs we have shared, but has now got us digging about the tape library and watching … Continue reading

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Letraset

Back in the old days of television and video production, before the days of graphic generators and non-linear editing systems, caption cards were used to create any on-screen text. These caption cards were produced using Letraset, which was a sheet … Continue reading

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