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4 Reasons Why Video Should Be Your Best Friend In Marketing

4 Reasons Why Video Should Be Your Best Friend In Marketing

Video is far and away the most persuasive sales tool in any brands’ arsenal. Gone are the days of slow-loading, heavily pixelated videos- todays brands shoot in 4k, with full motion control, cinema grade lenses, 3D graphics, color grading, carefully structured scripts, storyboards and positioning to keep production values at the highest level and ensure the best…

Production Services: NASA

Production Services: NASA

CereProds satisfied a raft of ambition when they hosted Earths foremost explorers into the reaches of the stars. 

CereProds Celebrates BAFTA Win With UK TV Client

CereProds Celebrates BAFTA Win With UK TV Client

CereProds is thrilled to announce that “Cruising with Jane McDonald” has won a BAFTA for Features. The British Academy of Film and Television Award was given to director Jon Cowen and star Jane McDonald at the ceremony held in London. 


Breaking News from Jane McDonald

Breaking News from Jane McDonald

Singing phenomenon and TV favourite Jane McDonald is returning to the small screen with "Cruising" (Previously known as "All At Sea"), to be shown on UK TV from February 2017, Channel 5.

You may recall that CereProds produced (Puerto Rico segments) for the broadcaster back in April. Here is the star of the show talking on top-rated UK mid-morning show "Lorraine" about her upcoming adventures on the high seas.

The premiere of the show was Friday February 10 at 9pm and can be seen weekly for a limited time.

Chrome Underground

In anticipation of Sugarfields producer ANDREW MCLAREN's upcoming series, details to be announced, check out his work on the Discovery Channel show CHROME UNDERGROUND available now on iTunes.

Andrew McLaren providing the muscle in CHROME UNDERGROUND

Andrew McLaren providing the muscle in CHROME UNDERGROUND

The show follows two guys who run a collector and classic car business named Yusuf Johnson and Antonio Brunet.  Their shop is called Motoreum and it’s located in Austin, Texas.  Basically both of these guys used to source collector cars from the US to sell, restore, or auction and did well at it for many years.  Since rare and collector cars are harder to find in the states nowadays they travel to foreign countries to buy and then bring back cars to sell here.

As they travel the world acquiring valuable cars, we see them journey through Latin and South American countries and sometimes put themselves in danger, to get diamond in the rough vehicles in good-great condition.