The world's leading brands choose TV in a Card; here are some examples of our recent work
'Twenty-three films released in one day? Stop the madness and put them all on a TV in a CardOK. That's not quite what Ben Roberts, director of BFI Film Fund said, but he was arguing that the m... Read more
10 top tips when using TV in a card video brochuresHere are our top ten tips to consider when creating a TV in a Card: Make a good video that your t... Read more
Will Facebook surpass YouTube for video Ads in 2015?A Blog post by inventor of TV in a Card, Russell Lawley-Gibbs Social network Facebook is set t... Read more
Welcome to the world's leading supplier of Video in Print - TV in a Card
We put flat screen TV directly into cards, brochures and magazines. Video in Print grabs attention and helps brands better communicate with their customers.
What’s behind our name? Innovation for clients such as Bentley, Blackberry, the BBC, Formula One, ITV, Carlsberg, Just Cavalli, Rimmel, CK Fashion, St Tropez, Converse, Bacardi, Clarks Shoes, Red Bull, Flikr, Twitter, Yahoo, Mercedes and many, many more household names and innovative new rising stars.
We created the first TV in a Card, for Xerox, which launched the new Corporations headquarters in Dubai; we created the first long life battery operated Video Point of Sale unit, for Coty, which played continuously in stores across Europe. We have created software that allows our clients to remotely access and upload new video content to their devices, as well as monitor consumer behavior patterns to gain valuable insight into their prospective customers. This year we are bringing more new innovations to the market.
Our global reach spans offices in the United States, Europe, the Middle East and South Korea.
TV in a Card is committed to creating jobs and opportunities here in the UK. We believe that the UK should be the center of excellence for innovation in marketing communications. As such we are committed to opportunities that can be funneled to job-creators in a diverse range of creative industries. We are keen to support the UK Government in any initiatives that can help achieve this.