Media Bulletin

10 Yetis invests in video production

By Staff

4th August 2011

Category: PR

10 Yetis PR, a consumer and tech agency, has invested in a start up online video production company: The Online Video Company.

To date the company has secured commissions from the likes of Keele University and, most recently, the Fredericks Foundation; where the company was tasked with filming the Prime Minister, David Cameron.

The investment will be used to help the company market its current portfolio of services along with launching a new ‘Video Blogger’ range of tools and search engine optimisation focused video packages. The Online Video Company will be based at the 10 Yetis PR offices in the heart of the South West.

Andy Barr, co-founder and Head Yeti at 10 Yetis said, “The investment in The Online Video Company is very much about 10 Yetis making sure that it is fully prepared for the future demands of the national and international media as, over the last year, we have seen unprecedented levels of requests from journalists and publishers across every form of media for videos and web clips to support our client campaigns.”

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