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Revolutionising print with sound and video

A new service has been launched which enables printers to enhance their printed product with personalised audio cards and video books online.

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Talkies integrates video and sound with print

Talking Print specialises in helping brands and consumers bring print to life with audio, lights and video and Talkies is the latest in its portfolio of services. 

Ready-to-use templates and the option to upload specific design and imagery makes using the service straightforward and time efficient.

The idea is that brands can use the audio cards and video books to deliver personalised communications to customers in addition to its other campaigns.

In addition to this new service, Talking Print also offers a range of bespoke audio, lighting and video services, as well as a consultancy in print.

We’re very pleased with the end result. The user-friendly service enabled both businesses and consumers to generate their own high quality creative, personalised communications quickly, at low cost

David Hyams, founder and managing director of Talking Print describes himself as a firm believer that print is not dead, just reinventing itself. He says: “It made sense to create Talkies because of the increasing demand for the audio cards and video books we produce.

“We’re very pleased with the end result. The user-friendly service enabled both businesses and consumers to generate their own high quality creative, personalised communications quickly, at low cost.

“Talkies is also a service that should be embraced by suppliers in the marketing services industry, such as creative agencies, not only for their client campaigns, but their own B2B marketing efforts. It could even be an option for those last-minute Christmas cards to clients.”

If you have any news, please email carys@linkpublishing.co.uk or join in with the conversation on Twitter and LinkedIn.


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