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Our Journey

Innovative audiovisuals since 2002.

2002
June 28

Netsoundtrack

Company formed – an early pioneer of on-line audiovisual production, providing audio commercials for websites.
2003
July 7

Corporate Sector

Corporate clients benefit from an affordable approach to professional video production, delivered on business-card sized CD-ROM discs.
2004
November 2

IntroDisk

Video production established with broadcast-quality production values, delivered on factory-replicated business-card sized DVDs.
2005
February 14

You Tube goes live

The domain name youtube.com was activated on February 14th 2005, and the website was developed over the subsequent months. It is now the second biggest search engine after Google.
June 1

Education Sector

Our first schools clients establish us as one of the UK’s leading creative video production companies in the education sector.
2007
January 1

Domestic Broadband

More than half of UK homes had broadband in 2007, with an average connection speed of 4.6 Mbit/s – a huge driver in the demand for on-line video content.
2008
May 2

Health Sector

Our first projects with NHS Trusts pave the way for a growing partnership on projects for both internal and external audiences.
2010
August 23

Caswell Science & Technology Park

Company re-location to the Caswell Science & Technology Park in Northamptonshire to accommodate an expanded production team.
2012
February 1

J motion

Company re-brand to cement our role as one of the UK’s leading producers of creative on-line promotional video content.
2014
January 6

J-copter take-off

We’re among the first UK video production companies to gain a CAA licence for commercial drone flying – offering clients aerial footage as part of our in-house production packages.
2016
March 3

J-copter 2

Our second generation drone takes to the air, capturing breath-taking super-stabilised 4K video and stills.
December 16

Video dominates internet traffic

Video now accounts for over two-thirds of all internet traffic. UK adults are watching nearly an hour of digital video each day. Ooyala’s Global Video Index shows 46 percent of all video plays in Q4 2015 were on mobile devices.
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