Agylia is pleased to announce the opening of its new state-of-the-art video production studio at its UK head office.
This follows the opening of its UK audio studio in 2014 and video production studio in 2016, at its offices near Seattle, United States.
Tim Buff, CEO and Chief Learning Strategist at Agylia said, “Video plays a key role in the way people learn. For many, it is their preferred method of learning something new, or refreshing something already learnt. The opening of our new video studio demonstrates our commitment to providing organisations with the video-based mobile learning and microlearning programmes their learners need.”
The new in-house video production and editing studio will further strengthen Agylia’s capabilities to capture, narrate, edit and produce a wide range of videos and audio, and to expand the digital learning and support services it delivers.
“Digital learning and performance support content today includes different forms of rich media, which enhances engagement with learning programmes and improves learner knowledge and performance. We’ve been producing high quality video content for several years now, and our latest studio will extend our ability to serve our partners and customers,” added Tim.
Take a closer look at our new video studio:
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