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    In a two part special on live production, Michael Burns finds out how major events, from the Royal Wedding to the World Cup, were brought to screen and also looks into remote production as more live shows make use of the innovative technology
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Production 100 2012 Back to Reports & survey Listing

31 So Television

www.sotelevision.co.uk
directors Graham Stuart, Graham Norton, Jon Magnusson head of production Rebecca Cotterill turnover £11.95m profit £1.3m staff 11 
commissions 4 hrs 24
key shows The Graham Norton Show (BBC1)
Sorry I’ve Got No Head (CBBC)

So Television, set up by Graham Norton and Graham Stuart in 2000, has been buoyed by the ongoing success of The Graham Norton Show, and has just wrapped its 11th series. So also launched The Sarah Millican Show this year. The challenge, says head of production Rebecca Cotterill is “to maintain our existing formats and develop new ones.”

32 Mammoth Screen


www.mammothscreen.com
mds Michele Buck, Damien Timmer 
director of production & finance Jon Williams
turnover £11.71m staff 17 commissions 6 hrs 24.5
key shows Endeavour (ITV) Monroe (ITV) Primetime (BBC NI)

33 Input Media
www.inputmedia.tv

executive chairman David Wood md Neil Oughton
turnover £11.05m staff 125 commissions 18 hrs 2650
key shows World Indoor Bowls Championships (BBC) UEFA Europa League Highlights (UEFA, C5, ESPN) FA Cup Final Super Signal (The FA)

34 CPL Productions
www.cplproductions.co.uk
md Danielle Lux creative director Murray Boland director of production Heather Hampson
turnover £10.68m profit £78k staff 10 commissions 5 hours 35
key shows A League of their Own (Sky1) Mr and Mrs (ITV1) Wall of Fame (Sky1)

35 Baby Cow Productions
www.babycow.co.uk
director Steve Coogan  ceo Henry Normal
financial director Jonathan Merrell
turnover £10.63m staff 13 commissions 12 hrs 25.5 
key shows Starlings (Sky1) Moone Boy (Sky1) Hunderby (Sky Atlantic)

36 Atlantic Productions

www.atlanticproductions.co.uk
ceo/creative director Anthony Geffen
md Claudia Perkins
turnover £10.56m staff 25
commissions 15 hrs 29
key shows Kingdom of Plants 3D with David Attenborough (Sky) The Wildest Dream: Conquest of Everest (BBC) Cradle of the Gods (Nat Geo)

37 Love Productions


www.loveproductions.co.uk
creative director Richard McKerrow
creative director Anna Beattie
head of production Letty Kavanagh
head of finance Mark Rochell
turnover £10.3m
staff 18
commissions 16 hrs 54
key shows The Great British Bake Off (BBC2)
Make Bradford British (C4)
Famous, Rich and in the Slums (BBC1)

38 Off The Fence

www.offthefence.com
ceo Ellen Windemuth coo Darrel James
md, production Allison Bean
turnover £9.65m staff 50 commissions 9 hrs 50
key shows Stan Lee’s Superhumans (History Channel US, Discovery), Wildest Latin America (Arte, Discovery), Obese and Expecting (pilot)

With its main HQ in Amsterdam, Off the Fence has a significant production presence in Bristol where it produces factual shows for a number international broadcasters like AETN, Discovery and National Geographic. Off the Fence specialises in natural history, science, health, adventure, history and social documentaries.  45% of Off the Fence’s turnover comes from production, and 55% from distribution. 

39 Ten Alps
www.tenalps.com
chairman Peter Bertram fd Nitil Patel 
exec producers (Blakeway) Denys Blakeway, 
Karen Edwards ceo (Films of Record) Roger Graef 
md (Below The Radar) Trevor Birney 
chairman (Brook Lapping) Brian Lapping
turnover £9.53m profit £555k staff 33 
commissions 39 hrs 56.5
key shows Lucian Freud: Painted Life (BBC2) Great Ormand Street Hospital (BBC2) In Your Corner (BBC) The Hunt for Bin Laden (ITV1)

40 Hartswood Films

www.hartswoodfilms.co.uk
chairman Beryl Vertue
producers Sue Vertue, Elaine Cameron 
general manager Debbie Vertue
turnover £9.4m staff 8 commissions 3 hrs 8
key shows Sherlock (BBC1) Coma Girl (C4)
 

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