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  • The Art of Cinematography
    Four of the UK’s most highly-sought-after cinematographers give the low down on their approach to their craft
  • Drama Production: Round Table
    Televisual invited leading drama heads of production to discuss how their role is changing as more and more ambitious scripted projects are made
  • TV Studios
    Demand for full service television studios is high and more facilities are coming online soon. Pippa Considine reports on the changing market for shiny floor studios
  • The Top 10 Cameras
    Televisual’s annual top 10 listing of the UK’s most hired cameras is now in its thirteenth year. Jon Creamer counts down the most rented models of the past year and reveals what everyone will be hiring in the year ahead
  • Going Live
    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
  • The Corporate 50
    Televisual’s exclusive annual survey of the UK’s corporate communications business. How was 2018 for the sector?
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Production 100 2012 Back to Reports & survey Listing

51 Blast! Films

www.blastfilms.co.uk
director Edmund Coulthard head of production Claire Bosworth head of factual Alistair Pegg
turnover £5.8m key shows The Tube (C4) Coppers (C4) 
Damian Hirst: The First Look (C4)

52 Electric Sky 


www.electricskyproductions.tv
md David Pounds exec producer Andy Webb head of development Holly Bigsby
turnover £5.6m staff 10 commissions 7 hrs 35
key shows Wildebeest Migration (Sky1) First Love (Sky Arts) Fat Surgeons (UKTV)

53 Outline Productions
www.outlineproductions.co.uk
md Laura Mansfield
creative director Helen Veale 
head of features and factual Bridget Bosely
staff 12 turnover £5.25m
commissions 8 hrs 41
key shows Go Greek For A Week (C4) Emergency with Angela Griffin (Sky 1) The Great British Food Revival (BBC2)

54 = Blink Entertainment

www.blinkfilmsuk.com
company directors Dan Chambers, Justine Kershaw director of production and commercial affairs 
Sarah Sapper
turnover £5.2m staff 10
commissions 10 hrs 41
key shows Mummifying Alan: Egypt’s Last Secret (C4) Driving Wars (Dave) Meet the Sloths (Animal Planet)

54 = Touch Productions / Can

www.touchproductions.co.uk
chief executive Malcolm Brinkworth
turnover £5.2m staff 26
commissions 8 hrs 12
key shows I, Human (3net) What’s America Worth? (Discovery) Pamper Parlour Mums (Sky Living)

56 True North Productions
www.truenorth.tv
creative directors Jess Fowle, 
Andrew Sheldon, Glyn Middleton
turnover £4.6m profit £340k staff 13
commissions 25 hrs 150
key shows Dick ‘n’ Dom Go Wild (CBBC)
Bloody Tales of the Tower (Nat Geo)
Storm Chaser - The Butterfly & The Tornado (BBC3)

57 Splash Media
www.splashmediatv.co.uk
joint mds Jane Lush, Fernia Vardanis finance and commercial director Clare Nicholls
head of production Kate Gibbard
turnover £4.4 staff 10 commissions 7 hrs 82
key shows Cleverdicks (Sky Atlantic) Desperate Scousewives (E4) Flash Prank (MTV)

58 = Blue-Zoo
www.blue-zoo.co.uk
head of production Adam Shaw
head of development Oli Hyatt
head of services Tom Box fd Dan Isman
turnover £4m profit £450k staff 14
commissions 5 hrs 30
key shows Tree Fu Tom (CBBC) Olive The Ostrich (Nick Jr) Alphablocks (BBC)

58= Tern TV

www.terntv.com
mds David Strachan, Gwyneth Hardy
creative director Harry Bell
turnover £4m staff 15 commissions 13 hrs 61
key shows Beechgrove Garden (BBC Scotland)
Bridges That Built London (BBC4)
Britain at Risk (BBC2)

60 DLT Entertainment
www.DLTentertainment.com
president Don Taffner Jr.
head of comedy and drama John Bartlett development exec Rohan Acharya
turnover £3.9m profit £110k staff 10
commissions 1 hrs 5.5 key shows My Family (BBC)
It’s been a watershed year for DLT Entertainment. Its long running sitcom My Family was cancelled last year by BBC1 controller Danny Cohen, and the final and eleventh series starring Zoe Wannamaker and Robert Lindsay aired this year. Chief operating officer Jeff Cotugno says DLT has been “increasing our staff and broadening our development reach” in the past year. New hires include former ITV comedy exec Michaela Hennessy-Vass.

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