At Shootsta, we are changing the face of video production. Our subscription based content model is unique and we’re helping companies create consistent, high-quality and quality branded video content.

As a fast growing startup, we are recognised as leaders in video production. Below are some articles where we have engaged in talk about startups, video production, working with large businesses and everything in between. If you would like to mention or feature Shootsta, please get in touch with us.


Jan 11 in Australian Anthill

2017 trends: Top entrepreneurs predict what will shape the startup space this year

In 2016 we saw some massive raises and huge funding rounds — bigger than years past. But we also saw a trend towards companies investing in startups. Perhaps the largest of this kind was Airtasker’s $22 million raise with top ASX-listed media firm Seven West Media earlier this year.

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Nov 2 in SmartCompany

“It took me a while to get my head out of my own arse”

Why the co-founder of million-dollar video startup Shootsta started a brand new business

Mike Pritchett and Tim Moylan have seen opportunity in this problem – and while it might have taken a client to point out the niche, the pair’s company, Shootsta, has managed to book clients like Oracle and Guzman y Gomez over the past year, along with $1.2 million in revenue.

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July 22 in The Australian

Shootsta gets $1m shot in arm

Sydney-based video production start-up Shootsta is ramping up its marketing and sales efforts following a $1 million investment from ASX-listed advertising firm AdCorp.

AdCorp will take a 15 per cent stake in the start-up, and its CEO David Morrison will also take a seat on Shootsta’s board.

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June 22 in Business Insider

Here’s what 48 Australian executives want to see from policy makers going into the federal election

On July 2 Australians will head to the polling booths to determine the 45th parliament of Australia.
On the table this election is the NBN, company tax, skills migration, innovation and other such policies that could play a significant role in the future of Australian business.
Business Insider reached out to successful Australian executives to find out what they want from policy makers heading into the federal election.

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June 6 in StartupDaily

Sydney’s Shootsta helps brands produce professional video

Sydney startup Shootsta looks to have the solution. Founded by Mike Pritchett and Tim Moylan, it’s essentially a production company that works by distributing easy to use camera kits to clients, providing some training, and then letting them shoot. The clients then upload the footage to Shootsta via an online hub and provide a project brief, and Shootsta’s editors then turn it around within 24 hours.

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May 11 in AdNews

Qantas answers Air New Zealand’s #RunningManChallenge

The Running Man Challenge has been sweeping the internet, but for some reason, the New Zealand Police Force decided that a ‘running man’ dance off was the best way to find new recruits.

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April 29 in Startup Smart

Six things all startups need to know about working with big businesses

While the disruptive capabilities of startups are often discussed, partnering with a big corporate instead of trying to destroy them can be game-changing for a little tech company.

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April 8 in BandT

What Will Instagram’s 60 Second Video Mean For Adland

Instagram’s latest update extends the duration of videos from 15 seconds to a whole 60 seconds, what does this mean for brands who are sharing content on the photo-sharing app? B&T is trying to unravel this whole video update with help from three different perspectives within the media industry- video production, social media influencers and brands using user generated content.

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April 8 in AFR

Government’s $5b startup online marketplace welcomed as a ‘good start’

Tech startups have welcomed the launch of a new online marketplace, which will see them able to access $5 billion worth of contracts from government departments, which were previously inaccessible to small firms.

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