Broadcast Graphics

We have a wide range of experience in producing graphics for television. From creating template graphics allowing journalists to author their own full-frame content, to Virtual- and Augmented-Reality real-time 3D, there are few types of content we aren’t familiar with. If you’re producing broadcast content, we can help with design, technical consultancy or operation. It’s what we do.

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    Horizon: Coronavirus Special

    With a lot of current projects on hold, we were able to help the BBC Science team with a special Horizon programme on Coronavirus - using our Kontact™ Telestrator.

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    Martin Lewis Money Show: Coronavirus

    With the current pandemic, ITV quickly commissioned a one-off special, and contacted us to help them provide an interactive social-media element to the show.

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    UK General Election 2019

    Kenziko provided graphics for the 2019 General Election coverage on BBC, ITV and Channel 4.

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    BBC US Midterms 2018

    After working on the US Election graphics in 2016, it was great for Kenziko to be involved again for the 2018 Midterms. 

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    Screeny returns with new Peston show

    Screeny made a return to ITV with Robert Peston's new Wednesday night show. Behind the scenes Kenziko worked with the production team to redesign the screen to fit with the exciting new-look set, and add some additional features for the new series.

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    Talking Business - BBC World

    We were asked to build On-Air graphics for a rebrand of BBC World's Talking Business show with Aaron Heslehurst.

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    1066 - A year to conquer England

    Most of our touchscreen work is on live television. So we were thrilled when an opportunity arose to do something a bit different for the BBC, in a pre-recorded show revisiting the great battles of 1066.

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    UK Elections 2017

    A snap election is a difficult scenario for any broadcaster to deal with. We worked with both ITV and BBC to ensure their election coverage went to plan.

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