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Noshe Group’s Stoots India sets up state-of-the-art production studio in NCR

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Noshe Group’s Stoots India sets up state-of-the-art production studio in NCR

Noshe Group’s Stoots India has developed its infrastructure by investing in a professional graphic and 3D state-of-the art studio located at A-31 Sector-4 in Noida.

Furnished with the latest technologies, the studio has four rooms – three editing suites and one graphic suite (3D and animation). Moreover, it boasts of a shooting floor, an MCR, the latest camera and lighting equipment, and other equipment such as mixing console, multi-track recorder, microphones, etc.

The studio also has a still shooting floor, and is staffed by an experienced team of producers, directors, editors, graphic artists and copywriters who, execute and offer end-to-end solutions for any assignment.

Commenting on the venture, Asheesh Sethi, President, Noshe Group, said, “We are happy to diversify into art production studio. Stoots India currently has about two commercials and some advertising projects in various stages at its facilities. Some big banner productions are also currently underway. We have set up the studio in Noida, which is the commercial hub of activity in AV production, and it will offer more sophisticated full-fledged solutions to end users.”


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