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Headlines shortlisted in UK’s top corporate video producers

The video element of Headlines has been ranked inside the top 50 corporate video providers in the UK.

H3 Productions has been named 36th in Televisual Magazine’s prestigious Corporate 50 survey – moving up a place from the 2016 listings.

It is the fourth time in five years H3 has been recognised in the highly regarded industry shortlist, which ranks the leading corporate communications video providers.

Headlines – The Headlines Story from Headlines video on Vimeo.

Sara Wilmot, H3’s head of video production, said: “We’re delighted with this recognition from Televisual Magazine.

“There is no denying the industry has endured a challenging year. Appetite for video remains huge – but budgets remain tight.

“Having said that plenty of companies still realise the value of professional and incisive video content, which, of course, is far more shareable and engaging than other forms of content.”

The Corporate 50 survey sees businesses ranked across numerous criteria including size, turnover, numbers of staff and reputation.

It is compiled via questionnaires sent to companies, asking questions about how their business is faring and the state of the sector in general.

Why you need an IC app from Headlines video on Vimeo.

Interesting facts emerging from the Corporate 50 survey in 2017 include:

£28,000 – the average budget of a moving image project
£68,000 – the average budget for a live event
20% of all video views are now on mobile.

Print’s new role in internal comms

What do internal communications and Radiohead have in common?

As wonderful as it is to access everything important in your life through a device that fits in your pocket (or bag if you are an iPhone 6 plus devotee), there is still no replacement for a tangible, physical item of beauty that you can pick up and hold in your hands.

With so much time spent on digital screens, we need some relief from it. Printed media offers us that respite and, in a work environment, the opportunity to leave your desk, sit in the sun and take a genuine break.

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