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Ahead of the Game

PUBLISHED: 11:41 24 May 2011 | UPDATED: 19:27 20 February 2013

Ahead of the Game

Ahead of the Game

Exeter-based television production company Pangaea TV has gone from strength to strength in recent times

Exeter-based television production company Pangaea TV has gone from strength to strength in recent times



(See more of Pangaea's work below)


The media industry, one of the largest business sectors in the UK, is evolving rapidly. The digital age is now truly upon us and with the ever-increasing power of the internet, media companies no longer have to be located in London to stay ahead of the game. Indeed, since it was founded 11 years ago, Pangaea has built up an impressive portfolio of work in TV, animation and digital media. It has produced television commercials for local companies such as Flybe airlines, Drake Circus, the Eden Project and Newquay Zoo, as well as digital films for the Met Office, Crealy, Devon County Council and Exeter Museum. Its graphics department combines the latest 3D animation styles with superb live action camerawork to ensure that clients receive broadcast quality visuals at an affordable level.


Whilst developing a reputation for producing outstanding work for its clients in the Southwest, Pangaea has also collaborated with some of the largest advertising agencies and corporate organisations in the UK with its showreel featuring projects from such well known brands such as RAC, Aviva, Lexus cars and Raleigh bikes. Pangaea has also produced two award-winning web campaigns for MINI cars, a series of web films for Johnson & Johnson, plus an award-winning collaboration with comedian Keith Lemon on the high-profile Everyman Cancer charity campaign.
Pangaea believes that its Exeter location has been a major contributor to its continued success. Free of the overhead costs of running an operation based in London, the company is able to offer its clients exceptional production values but without the London price tag a key competitive advantage in todays challenging economic climate. Whats more, during the latest downturn, when many media companies have struggled, Pangaea has turned in its most impressive set of results ever: Producer Lesley Dean says: Everyone is concerned about expenditure nowadays and businesses need to know how to respond to that. At Pangaea, we pride ourselves on being able to maximise budgets without compromising on creativity and quality. We have a committed and passionate team of people who know how to give our clients the very best, whatever the budget constraints. We can look forward to an exciting and successful future.



We pride ourselves on maximising budgets without compromising on creativity and quality



In addition to its TV production capabilities, the company is also launching Pangaea Photography in order to offer stills photographic services to its existing and new clients. Simon Hammett, Director of Photography at Pangaea, says: Having our own studio facility means that people can come in with their family and friends, relax, have a coffee and watch the shoot unfold. Clients can see what they are paying for and can direct the look themselves.
Pangaeas photographers have publishing credits with the Guardian, David James Foundation, Red Bull, United Airlines, Tacheback and Warner Brothers. Pangaea also offers a fully equipped photography studio with full lighting rig and green screen.


Pangaea TV: 01392 879 874, www.pangprod.com.


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