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In a long-term deal, global audio design, production, and post-production firm Vaudeville Sound Group has renewed its agreement with Warner Bros. Television Production UK (WBTVP) for full embedded audio post-production services.
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Vaudeville has provided WBTVP with embedded, in-house audio post services for the past 11 years, with the aim of enabling WBTVP to manage budgets while using specialised skills and services from Vaudeville’s post-production group.

The company provides full-service audio post production on all WBTVP shows that are completed internally, including Who Do You Think You Are, The Choir, Long Lost Family, Repair Shop and other well-known formats that include A House Through Time, First Dates, Outsiders and Five Star Kitchen.

Vaudeville believes that its bespoke service enables it to offer all of the benefits of in-house post with the experience of an award-winning team. For more than 17 years, It has operated embedded services for production companies, reducing time and budget on projects and enabling production teams to focus on the project and direct more of the budget into creative fulfilment.

“We have a fantastic partnership with Warner Bros. Television Production that is now in its eleventh year and have seen our embedded services grow alongside the internal post- production,” said Daniel Jones, CEO of Vaudeville Sound. “We work very closely with WBTVP’s post and production companies to provide the very best talent and services on multi-award-winning shows and we are extremely proud to be considered a highly valued part of the team “The partnership is a great demonstration of how embedded services can be a vital part of the internal structure, providing the highest quality output while working to production budgets.”

“Having sound post-production integrated in the office has huge benefits,” added Helena Ely, director of production, Wall to Wall, part of Warner Bros. Television Production UK. “The Vaudeville team are on hand to provide input into the filming and post-production process at an early stage in the production. They go above and beyond to be helpful.”