Welcome to the new-look Prompt Service website. Not only have we given the design a refresh but we now have a smarter and cleaner booking enquiry page and I can update it from my iPhone. I’m sure that’ll come in handy at some point.
We’ve now locked in our first bookings for what will be our busiest period since starting in 1998 with the Rugby World Cup scheduled for September and October this year. Not only will we be supplying systems to broadcasters at Eden Park for the finals but also to the Viaduct Basin media centre.
Over the past year we’ve worked on new TV series like “The Politically Correct Parenting Show” and the Documentary Channel’s “Little Miracles”, as well as third series of Greenstone’s “in beTWEENs” and Satellite Media’s “Rocked The Nation”, and 4th series of “Beyond The Darklands” for Screentime.
Even Spartacus and the Power Rangers benefited from our unique service for interstitials and promotional pieces over the last year.
In the live event field we prompted the Sky Rugby Awards for the 6th successive year, as well as The RSVP & Nexus, NZ Marketing, QANTAS (and now Canon) Media, NZ Radio, Property Council and Gen-I Super Achievers awards shows.
And of course there were the bread and butter non-broadcast and corporate shoots that make up the majority of our work. Production companies for ANZ, Westpac, Coca-Cola Amatil, Les Mills, Mighty River Power, Fonterra and Air New Zealand engaged us to prompt everything from CEO’s monthly staff updates to broadcast annual reports to retail catalogue launches.
You can see a more comprehensive list of our clients and recent work on the Clients page of this site.
Our location autocue kits are still the only full size, fully battery powered systems available, with head-units light enough to mount on a jimmy-jib or hot head, and adapter plates to quickly and easily mount most camera sizes from mini-DV to 35MM or RED.
And of course all our operators are thoroughly trained, with their own jandals, and with the experience to help your production go faster and smoother.