Daily Archives: July 19, 2018

Tips To Pick A Video Production Company

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The popularity of video marketing is on the rise. With growing popularity of internet, social media applications and other modern methods of marketing, more marketers are preferring to use video content for their advertising content. A video advertisement is easy to understand and can easily make the viewers understand complex brand information.

Hiring an experienced and professional firm for video production in Brisbane, is important to get high quality videos that attract the attention of the prospective clients. Good quality video content makes your brands to stand out in competition.

However, with the presence of scores of production companies, choosing the right company for video production in Brisbane is a tough task. Here are some useful tips to pick the video production company

  1. Do not get impressed by the demo reel put up by video production companies. The demo reel is a collection of the past projects of the production company and is their marketing tool. We can never judge the quality of the finished video depending upon the demo reel. Search the website of the production companies for the actual videos of past clients, they will help you to gauge the work of the production company and determine the quality of their production.
  2. Look for the most recent projects of the video production in Brisbane Company. This will help you to know whether the production techniques are up-to-date and what are all the equipment, the company uses to produce the videos. Visit the social media pages of the video production company to view their latest works.
  3. One you shortlist a few video production companies for your branding project, ask for quotes. Most of the companies offer free quotations to prospective clients. Compare the prices of different video production companies and the select the one which offer quality videos at reasonable prices.
  4. There are a number players offering video production in Brisbane and they all provide different services. Visit the websites of different production companies and get to know about their work. The price of each company differs depending upon the experience, talent and demand. Select the most suitable production company for your brand that will deliver the video content you envisaged.

 

Standalone WBBL Final To Prelude Day-Night Test

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The first standalone final in the history of the Women’s Big Bash League, to be hosted as the top-ranked team, has been scheduled for a lunch-time timeslot for those looking to watch live sports in Gymea or across the country while enjoying their lunch. The event is to lead into a day-night men’s Test between Australia and Sri Lanka in Brisbane, to be held in the 3rd of January.

The increased number of broadcasted matches will require more balancing, with 23 matches jointly broadcasted between Seven and Fox Sports networks, up from the 12 that the Ten network broadcasted during 2017-18. Seven’s coverage will be helmed by their Head of Cricket Dave Barham, who has expressed that he is very much committed to showing the tournament’s final, with the aim of broadcasting before Australia Day, on January 26, at the Gabba if the deciding match is hosted by one of the seven eastern states teams. If the Perth Scorchers earn the right to host that decider, then the broadcast time might be in-line with Western Australia’s time zone, following the end of play in Brisbane.

At the crowded time of the summer sporting calendar, the WBBL’s Saturday final would be broadcasted alongside the women’s singles final of the Australian Open, which, in a departure from what’s usually seen by those who watch live sports in Gymea and the AU, will be broadcasted by Nine after Seven lost the rights for international crickets in over 4 decades.

Kim McConnie, CA’s Head of the WBBL, says that the change to standalone semis and finals was the league’s evolving, to separate it from the men’s competition and to turn it into a standalone sports fixture. Both of the WBBL semis will be played on the 19th of January, Saturday, at the same location, hosted by the regular season’s top team, whilst the Final will be held on Australia Day. She says that the WBBL is well-aware that the AU’s demand for women’s cricket is increasing, which is why they’re working with their broadcast partners in order to reinforce the league’s position.

Players in the WBBL have expressed displeasure with the past stagings of the semis and the finals acting as the curtain raising event for the men’s playoffs.