Audio and Video Podcasts, and Training DVDs

We will work with our recommended film makers or your chosen video production company, using our wide experience of script writing and interviewing. Work includes:

  • video for launch of East Suffolk Clinical Commissioning Group  
  • videos for the Healthy Ambitions project (Suffolk NHS), featuring Ipswich Town Football Club players, school children, Suffolk Show visitors, etc
  • videos for the Year of Skills conference (joint project: Suffolk Chamber of Commerce, Learning and Skills Council, Suffolk New College and University Campus Suffolk)
  • video podcast (in association with Name in a Hat Productions) for Gipping Occupational Health.

 

An excellent marketing tool, having an audio or video podcast gives customers a reason to return to your website - and puts a human voice to your company. Rachel Sloane and her team of experienced broadcasters can produce a professional programme of 5-10 minutes length that includes theme music, interviews and news - perhaps even a competition. Contact us for more details. If you are already producing a podcast yourself but would like to learn more about the art of good presentation, Rachel Sloane Partnerships Ltd offers constructive feedback and training to teach you some of the secrets of the professionals.    

“I am absolutely stunned by your video. I work in an internet company where we are trying to publish video and audio content all the time and nothing we have done in the last two years is more/as professional than what you've got on your website. It is the best thing I have seen explaining what Occupational Health (OH) is about to a lay audience and a reality check about awareness of what OH is”,
Noel O’Reilly, Occupational Health magazine.

“I've recently worked with Rachel on a video production and have to say that she was a delight to work with: Her timekeeping was excellent, she met and exceeded all timetable requirements, providing first class script writing and interviewing techniques. I'm looking forward to working with her again in the future.”
Adam Ottaway, Company Director, Name In A Hat Productions Ltd.