Remember, Remember The 5th November

Adrian J Cotterill, Editor-in-Chief

Titan and toastdigital tell us that they have joined together for the day to provide the world’s first ever synchronised digital fireworks display!

This fireworks extravaganza will run simultaneously across Titan’s network of 17 Transvision screens and over 100 of their digital 6-sheets today, Wednesday 5th November at 6pm GMT at various UK national rail stations.

Jeremy Dunn, Senior producer of toastdigital said “The digital fireworks display is the perfect opportunity for us to show off our in-house digital design and production capabilities. The digital outdoor market is a major growth area for us so it’s great to team up with Titan to show the market what is possible.”

Commuters across the country will be able to view the 3 minute display at locations such as London Victoria, Manchester Piccadilly and Glasgow Central stations.

Tom Winbow, Head of Digital Sales at Titan told us “The flexibility and dynamic nature of Titan’s digital offering provides a great opportunity to run fantastic animated content. We are delighted to have worked with Toast to produce this visual display for rail commuters.”

If you can’t be there then we will have pictures after the event this evening so be sure to check back later.

The creative was produced entirely by toastdigital, the digital arm of Toast TV using a combination of Particle Illusion and Adobe After Effects.


Based in Soho, London, Toast TV is a full service digital production company with a strong pedigree in commercial, corporate and digital media production.

Our in-house team of producers, directors, designers and support staff enable us to provide creative ideas and solutions across a host of delivery mechanisms.

We have all our own in-house production facilities, including the latest cameras, lighting and sound equipment, state-of-the-art digital offline and online edit suites.

And with the addition of toastdigital we now deliver high end moving image work for outdoor media sites such as digital posters, escalator panels and transvision to films for television, the internet and mobile phone.

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