Broadcast Revolution launches content production arm

Adgully Bureau |

Broadcast Revolution, a Lond-based specialist broadcast PR agency, has expanded its offerings with the launch of BR Studio, a new content production practice.

Broadcast Revolution provides broadcast coverage for brands across TV, radio and owned channels.

BR Studio will focus on helping brands create and produce content across various platforms, including broadcast television, social media, and their own branded channels.

Led by industry veteran Sean-Taylor Williams, BR Studio offers a comprehensive range of services:

  Content Strategy Development

  Film Production

  Video Production

  Live Streaming Production

  Podcast Production

Williams, who joins Broadcast Revolution as Director of Content Strategy, brings extensive experience in advertising and brand strategy for lifestyle and luxury brands, particularly in the drinks sector.

His previous work includes campaigns for high-profile clients like the Government of Japan (promoting sake in the UK) and Belmond Hotels (luxury travel brand).

Broadcast Revolution CEO Phil Caplin emphasizes the growing demand for integrated broadcast strategies that go beyond traditional media appearances.

"Our clients are increasingly recognizing the value of broadcast-first approaches," says Caplin. "However, it's not just about getting them on TV shows. BR Studio allows us to create impactful, multi-channel campaigns that leverage the power of broadcasting to connect audiences across different touchpoints."

Caplin highlights Williams' creative expertise and brand strategy experience, expressing confidence in his ability to lead BR Studio to success.

Williams himself is enthusiastic about joining Broadcast Revolution at this pivotal moment. He sees BR Studio as a powerful tool for clients to achieve real impact and stand out from the competition.

Founded in 2019 by former Good Relations broadcast director Caplin, Broadcast Revolution has grown to a team of 18 with a revenue of around £2 million. The agency boasts a diverse client base, including major global brands alongside Bumble, Virgin Media O2, Guide Dogs, and Logistics UK.