Cozmic.tv has been involved in the production of Television and Corporate filming since 1999. In this time we have produced films in the UK, but have also worked in Hollywood USA, New Zealand, Nepal’s Everest Regions and countless European destinations.
In 2007 we were the first company to take Sony’s XDCam HD broadcast camera to Mount Everest, whilst producing a documentary called “Under Angel’s Peaks”.
Our corporate clients choose us because we bring our television broadcast experience and knowledge, together with TV experienced “on-screen” talent, to produce and deliver a high standard bespoke piece of media that will get their message across or sell their products & services.
List of companies that have benefitted from Cozmic.tv:
The British Council, DHL, Bibby, First Choice Airways, Eli Lilly Pharmaceuticals, Lancashire & Cheshire Constabularies, Blackpool Social Enterprise,
Involvement with Charities
DCWC Nepal is a registered UK charity based in the Fylde area in the North West of England. The charity was formed to enable us to provide more effective support to our colleagues at the Nepal based charity Development of Women and Children Centre. The Development of Women and Children Centre was established in 2000 in Nepal to provide relief and support to the many poor peoples of Nepal, especially to women and children, with the emphasis on education, healthcare and the provision of relief items in times of hardship and disaster.
This is what they say about Cozmic.tv:
At DCWC Nepal we have been very fortunate to have as one of our trustees, Jason Graham, who runs TV & documentary company called Cozmic TV. Since joining the charity, Jason and the team have worked very selflessly in putting together film footage of the DCWCs projects both here in the UK and over in Nepal. Three times already Cozmic.tv have gone to Nepal armed with broadcast Sony HD cameras and have captured marvellous footage of school builds. hospital builds and Everest base camp treks.
Other charities include Home Start, Aspired & Macmillan Cancer care,
The Friends of the Grand theatre Blackpool received support, and Cozmic.tv produced a video of the restoration of the Grand theatre Blackpool in 2000.
Jason M Graham B Sc: Managing Director.
Having left university with an Honours degree in Media Technology in 1999, Jason started in two genres of the television industry. By 2001 Jason had experience in shooting documentary for both the BBC and ITV, while enjoying working as a video technician in dramas such as Cold Feet & The Grimleys. Several years in both genres has resulted in cozmic.tv being able to produce films which incorporate many different facets, to create material of TV quality which incorporates both investigative journalism and drama.
Penelope Marshall-Kalina LLM: Legal director. As well as taking care of legal matters at Cozmic.tv, Penelope is course leader and lecturer in Law, Marketing and Human Resource Management in the Lancashire Business School of the University of Central Lancashire in Preston. As if this isn't enough, Penelope is also active in charity work and is currently Presedent ellect of Rotery international, Blackpool South chapter.
Peter Holland: Presenter, Narrator. Peter's Illustrious career spans over 30 years in journalism many of which were spent presenting for the BBC.
Maria felix Vas: Presenter, Narrator. Maria graduated from The University of central lancashire and joined the BBC. With over ten years under her belt in both Radio & TV and having presented for the British Council for their Learn English series, Maria continues to excel in journalism. On top of this, she also holds a degree in Acting from Rose Bruford, and a Teffl.