Camera operator Nick Smith filming in an Iraqi village near Tikrit, for CNN, 2011

About Us

Formed in 2010, Newsworthy Vision aims to be at the cutting edge of broadcast production

Newsworthy Vision was formed in August of 2010, as the vehicle for Company Director Nick Smith to work as a freelance camera operator and editor for networks in the United Kingdom, the European Union, and the world.

Based in London, we started out with a few phone numbers, a Canon 5D Mark 2 camera and a GoPro hero kit. (Both of which are still in service today)

Since then, we have grown to be one of the most in-demand companies for newsgathering, live streaming and editing in the United Kingdom. Our equipment pool has expanded as well, now taking in four broadcast-quality cameras, our own LiveU and Dejero transmitters, and even a custom-built multi-camera vision mixing platform, with a rack-mounted fibre optic camera platform.

We have taken on larger scale projects, including multi-camera live productions, and are looking to expand this area of operations into the future.

Over the last ten years, we have built up a network of freelancers around the UK, Europe and the world that are vetted, trusted and reliable.

Working as a freelance videographer, presenting the BBC News channels coverage of the EU referendum announcement

Nick Smith

Founder, Company Director

Nick has been involved in broadcasting since 1999 in regional Australia. He worked for the TEN, WIN and Nine networks full-time as a camera operator & editor, before moving to London in 2010 to set up Newsworthy Vision Ltd.

When he’s not building rack units or filming news pieces, he’s either playing video games, ice hockey or learning to code.


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