A Cambridge College is launching a range of Event Filming & Editing Packages in response to client demand.
Murray Edwards College has just unveiled Gold, Silver and Essential packages to film and edit meetings, conferences and events in its Buckingham House Lecture Theatre.
This has been led by client requests to use filming of their events to reach a wider audience via the internet, re-visit for training or marketing purposes or include on their website.
The three levels of package cater for all requirements – from a single hour’s filming and two hours’ editing through to a full day’s filming and one and a half day’s editing.
The service is provided by the College’s highly-experienced AV Technician Benjamin Rampillion who holds a DUT GEII – French two-year Diploma from the University of Angers Institute of Technology in Electrical Engineering and Industrial Computing – in addition to having four years’ experience as an AV Technician gained at Satel Audiovisuel in Angers.
Chris Pope, General Manager Conferences, Catering and Residences said: “We are pleased to launch our Event Filming & Editing Packages, offering a range of services to meet the needs of our clients who wish to record their meetings and conferences.
“Over the last year, we have invested significantly in state-of-the-art AV in our Buckingham House Lecture Theatre to meet the growing requirement for sophisticated technical facilities. This latest development complements this commitment and already it is proving a popular addition to our meetings offering.”
Murray Edwards College is located in ten acres of peaceful gardens and has two dedicated conference centres, providing flexible meeting space for a wide range of conferences and events. With free car parking on site, it offers 162 modern en suite bedrooms during the vacations, in addition to 12 in The Kaetsu Centre. Visitors can also enjoy the extensive modern Art Collection on display throughout the College, comprising a wide range of works donated by female artists including sculptures in the gardens.