Standard Edition - 23 May 2017
How to work with us
You can advertise on our site (which is currently receiving 50,000 hits per month).
Adverts are displayed in a rotating order on every page, so all our advertisers get an even amount of promotion.
The top-most advert on each page will have a smaller selection set for rotation and so commands a slightly higher rate. Email for more information.
Advertise on the website
If you have an event, or launch you would like us to film let us know. 3 or 6 month ahead of time will allow us to plan and promote you effectively. Any help you can give us toward covering costs extends the time we can film for.
Filming Newsreels
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If you've been included in one of our newsreels and would like an 'As featured on...' sign to embed on your site, email and we can send you one sharpish!
There are many ways to work with The Vintage News.
Sponsor a Newsreel
If your business is of interest to our viewers but has no event to film (such as for a specific product), you can opt to sponsor a newsreel which will be edited into the footage, and will therefore be available as long as the newsreel is online.
The Vintage News is looking for like minded individuals to help us cover the entire nation.
We publish all our footage through YouTube to make it very easy for you to embed the newsreel in your website or other communications.
Linking to us
Simply copy and paste the text below into your site.
We can also review your product, album or play, which will be featured on our website and our associated blog.
Weddings and Parties
We'll do more than just record your wedding, we will add something extra to your special day. Our involvement can start even before you arrive as we have a black and cream '30s car - just perfect to deliver the bride or groom to the ceremony. Once at the wedding, we will have multiple cameras capturing all the best moments of your big day - all whilst dressed appropriately (1920s to '50s is our usual remit but we can go outside of that) using camera equipment from the 1940s and '50s.
Do you want to know more?