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Shrinking World Media

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Shrinking World Media
01600 750 282
0780 141 9027
Ian Newton
Lower Dyffryn,
NP7 8LG,

About Shrinking World Media

Broadcast and Corporate Video Production Company based in the South West of England. Producers of High Definition Broadcast and Corporate Videos using Panasonic P2 Solid State High Definition Cameras and FCP editing facilities.

Our diverse experience and state of the art technology allows us to complete any project to the highest of standards including commercials, training and instruction videos, marketing videos, documentaries, music videos, charity fundraising videos and ENG to name but a few.

Our services are available as a complete conception to delivery package, or individually as camera equipment and crew, or editing facilities and editor.

We also offer bespoke music composition and recording to suit your project perfectly, guaranteeing that your video stands out from the crowd.

Previous clients have included national and international broadcasters, charities, musicians, public bodies and private companies.

Our work has been broadcast all over the world by a huge variety of broadcasters and deployed across numerous websites. We will happily tailor your finished project for broadcast on television, streaming over the Internet or a combination of the two.

We look forward to hearing from you to discuss your projects needs.



Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty.

Shrinking World Media provided the Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty with an interpretative film about the discovery and excavation of a Roman fort in Calstock, as part of the Calstock Parish Heritage Project, supported by the Heritage Lottery Fund.

They edited and came up with original ideas to enhance existing footage of a community archaeological dig, provided us with title music, and put me at ease for my first time in front of the camera! Ian and Jo were professional, personable and a pleasure to work with. The film was shown at the Tamar Valley Centre throughout January as part of a larger exhibition and received some very positive comments!

Sam Barnes (Tamar Valley Area of Outstanding Natural Beauty Project Officer)


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