Specialized in broadcast design & motion


Media Empire launch

Myreze has launched a brand new creative hub in the heart of Bergen. Myreze Empire is located in Sverres gate 3, close to Bergen cinema . Myreze has only existed in a year and a half now and has grown tremendously in a short timespan. This creative building contains a recording studio in the basement, photostudio with facilities such as green screen and brand new photographic equipment. The photostudio is fronted by the high-end photographer Chris Norm and specialise in fashion photography, profile photos for businesses, product photography and much more. On the second floor we have set up a new office and creative hub where freelancers have the opportunity to a rent a working space. This will be a place where creative people can meet, exchange ideas and make dreams reality. In addition, we have a beautiful backyard where we also have the opportunity to launch social events and client meetings. Media Empire – The Crib from Bjørn Myhre on Vimeo. The soundstudio will primary be used to create music in-house for Myreze projects for TV and film and voice-overs. In addition, we are planning utilise our in-house songwriters and producers to build exciting young talent in...

360 degrees of morning

Myreze aims to give 60 million viewers a gentle Dubai awakening Myreze have been given the task of rebranding the morning show on Al Arabiya, one of the largest broadcast companies in the Middle East. This is not the first time Myreze cooperate with TV-companies in Dubai.When they saw what the Myreze team had accomplished with the 360 degree technique on behalf of customers like TV2, on their Sommertid program, as well as the mobile operator Chess, the choice fell on the Bergen-based company. Myreze went to Dubai, prepared for their hottest shoot yet. As part of the kit they had two self-produced radio controlled cars with camera mounts, a drone, a Range Rover with an eight meter camera crans, and a crew of ten. The conditions were scorching. Ramadan coincided with the shoot, and the team was challenged with actors who were fasting, not able to drink or eat during the daytime. It is a challenge to work with a fasting cast. It forces us to split up the shoot, so that each individual actor does not have to stay out in the sun for extended periods of time. -Björn Myreze (Creative Director, Myreze) The Morning Show-intro will spark the interest of early birds of the Middle East in a chirpy, dynamic and inspiring way. The previous intro has been rolling across the screens for over 10 years, and has become part of people’s everyday routines. Creating something to stand the test of time, retaining some of the mood from the previous intro, as well as being a breath of fresh air, has been a tremendous job. -Fadi Radi (MBC) To...

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