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  • The Facilities 50
    Jon Creamer launches Televisual's 30th exclusive annual Facilities 50 survey featuring the top post production houses in the UK and 52 pages of analysis of the sector
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    Hiring top talent and investing heavily in development have been key to growing his Bristol indie Plimsoll Productions, says founder Grant Mansfield
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    What ever genre you work in, you need to be lens savvy. Here three DoPs guide us through the lens market, picking out the models they like to use in drama and factual
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Production 100, 2014 Back to Reports & survey Listing

71. Somethin’ Else
ceo Jez Nelson
md Steve Ackerman
chief creative officer Paul Bennun
turnover £5.7m staff 71 hrs 10
key shows Rock Excess (C4), Poetry
Between the Lines (BBC2), Play On (BBC2), Bringing Books to Life (BBC2)

72. Tigress
(Endemol UK)
md Dick Colthurst
head of production Fiona Marsh
turnover £5.6m staff 9 hrs 19
key shows Marooned with Ed Stafford (Discovery), Monty Halls Diving Mysteries (Five)

73. Blue Zoo
co-founders Adam Shaw, Oli Hyatt, Tom Box
turnover £5.5m profit £780k staff 110 hrs 18
key shows Alphablocks (CBBC), Olive The Ostrich (Nick Jr), Tree Fu Tom (CBBC), Q Pootle 5 (CBeebies)

74. Blakeway
(Ten Alps)
exec producers Denys Blakeway, Karen Edwards, Sarah Murch
turnover £5.2m profit £740k  staff 8 hrs 26
key shows This World: Terror In The Desert (BBC2)

75= Electric Sky
md David Pounds
exec producer Andy Webb
head of development Holly Bigsby
turnover £5.1m staff 4
key shows The Man Who Ate Himself To Death (C5), Lava Chasers (Discovery)

75= Outline
md Laura Mansfield creative director Helen Veale
director of programmes Bridget Boseley
head of development Shona Baldwin
staff 12 turnover £5.1m hrs 45
key shows Great British Garden Revival (BBC2), Tom Kerridge’s Proper Pub Food (BBC2), Million Dollar Intern (BBC Worldwide), Health Freaks (C4)

75= Tern
mds David Strachan
creative directors Harry Bell, Ed Crick
turnover £5.1m profit
£200k staff 26 hrs 55
key shows John Barrowman’s Small Animal Hospital (C4), The Harbour (BBC)

78. Pacific
md Rachel Purnell
creative director Olivia Grove
head of production Carl Green
turnover £4.75m staff 6 hrs 12
key shows Siba’s Table (Food Network), Jeni and Olly’s West Coast Wine Adventures (Travel Channel)

Lifestyle and food programming specialist Pacific made its name as the producer of Nigella Kitchen, Baking Made Easy and Barefoot Contessa. More recently, it’s been producing more for international broadcasters, making series such as Siba’s Table for Food Network and Jenny and Olly’s West Coast Wine Adventure for Travel Channel. Indeed, some 80% of Pacific’s revenues now comes from international broadcasters, with head of production Carl Green saying that securing new business in the UK has been the company’s greatest challenge.

79. Bwark
(Zodiak Media)
md Mark Lesbirel
directors Damon Beesley, Iain Morris
head of production Leo Martin
turnover £4.7m staff 9 hrs 3.5
key shows The Inbetweeners Movie 2, Drifters (E4), Siblings (BBC3)

80. Silver River
(Sony Pictures TV)
ceo Daisy Goodwin
creative director Emma Hindley
turnover £4.5m staff 11 hrs 10
key shows Nick and Margaret: We All Pay Your Benefits (BBC1), The Big Allotment Challenge (BBC2)

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