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Extreme, which is based in Harrogate, has opened a new studio in order to meet a growing demand for visual and video content.
Jane Imrie

Yorkshire agency meets video content demand with new studio expansion

A marketing agency in North Yorkshire has unveiled its new photography and film studio in order to expand operations.

Extreme, which is based in Harrogate, has opened a new studio in order to meet a growing demand for visual and video content.

The 35-strong agency currently handles marketing retainers for national convenience retailer Nisa, soup brand Glorious! Foods as well as holiday home operator, Park Leisure.

Situated in Windsor House on Cornwall Road, the studio will offer photography, motion and video services to enhance clients’ brand and marketing campaigns.

Antony Prince, Extreme’s MD, commented: “The landscape for digital content is becoming more and more competitive - as such, growing value is being placed on creative video.

“As a captivating, easy-to-digest format, the importance of video is soaring - for product education, conversions and even SEO.

“The investment in this new studio gives us the in-house capability to produce high-quality motion as well as photography.”

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