Mediakinetic blog

Mediakinetic is a multi-award-winning production company based in Hampshire, specialising in Business TV, Corporate Films, Viral Video campaigns, Press and PR interviews and Live Event Streaming. We're passionate about making high quality compelling communications that engage, educate and entertain. We bringing together affable and talented industry professionals with a wealth of experience in the television and event industry. We work with both public and private sector clients and often collaborate with digital agencies as their white-labelled production department.

Interactive Video in 2016

Thursday 01 January 2016

Storytelling is now about the user controlling the narrative. [...]

Webcast - Engaging a brand community

Thursday 07 July 2015

Reaching your stakeholders or brand community quickly is imperative when major announcements are imminent. For years the big players such as Apple have been using webcasts as a means of reaching their community with new product announcements or updates. People actively tune in to be first to hear the news. [...]

Live Streaming - Heroes of The Storm

Monday 07 July 2015

Live Streaming or Webcasting is at the heart of Mediakinetic’s offering to clients and this month we worked on one the most highly anticipated game launches of the year  [...]

Stephen's Story Video Goes Viral

Thursday 05 May 2014

When Mediakinetic were asked to work with Make-A-Wish Foundation® UK and Stephen Sutton, I don’t think any of us anticipated the phenomenal global media reaction to #StephensStory. 

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Google video trends

Wednesday 04 April 2014

According to Cisco, future trends predict 90% of all Internet traffic will be video. Yes, 90%! So what online video presence does your business have? Businesses that heed these current and future trends are likely to be one step ahead of their competitors. [...]

Corporate Video gets a Makeover

Wednesday 03 March 2014

The words Corporate Video Production often fill the person tasked with producing said company video with dread. After all, the words themselves sound pretty dated –“video” is a thing of the past and reminiscent of dusty VHS tapes in a loft somewhere. [...]