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  • The Televisual Commercials 30
    Jon Creamer introduces Televisual's exclusive annual report, the Commercials 30, and finds that while budgets are down and production companies are under threat from agency in-house units, commercials producers are finding new horizons beyond ads too.
  • Commercials 30: Best in Show
    Commercials producers also get to vote for their favourite directors, stand out ads and top rated agencies along with their favourite post houses, editors and vfx ops. We reveal the results
  • Commercials 30: The Top 30
    Televisual reveals the Commercials 30 itself, the 30 top rated commercials production companies in the UK
  • Music in Motion
    So what’s next for the music behind the commercials? Will it be another year in the ascendant for London Grime perhaps? Portugese house? Afro beats or the Angolan kuduro sound?
  • Televisual Factual Festival report
    Last month saw Televisual's annual Factual Festival return to Bafta. How to stand out in a world of ever increasing viewer choice was the big theme this time. Tim Dams reports
  • Alison Kirkham in interview
    At the Televisual Factual Festival, the BBC's controller of factual Alison Kirkham outlined the shows the corporation is looking for in the year ahead
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  • 2017: the year in review
    Two very different stories – the rise of SVOD players and the Harvey Weinstein abuse allegations – defined TV’s year. Tim Dams reports
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Corporate 50 2015 Back to Reports & survey Listing

01 The Edge
It’s yet another year at the top of the peer poll for The Edge. It gets votes for its “quality of creative output” and for the ”amount of awards they win.” One voter simply says that ”you can’t help but admire them.”

02= Casual Films
Holding its place in second on the peer poll is Casual, picked out for its “fresh and youthful approach” and its “great marketing” as well as the “quality and breadth of its work” and for being a “young outfit with young directors producing great work.”

02= Jack Morton
Jack Morton takes second place too in the poll with admirers citing it for “for the diversity and quality of its work” and for its “scale and footprint” and simply for being “just so good at everything they do.”

04 Imagination
Imagination’s fans point to its “continued ability to deliver outstanding work.”

05 Lonely Leap
“Visually strong, recognizable style, good documentary makers” says one Lonely Leap voter.

06= Pretzel Films
Pretzel takes equal sixth in the peer poll with admirers picking it out for its “innovative work” as well as its ”quality of creative output.”

06= Radley Yeldar

Radley Yeldar gains voters for its  “reach and consultative approach” and because it has ” broadened its offer to get a wider slice of the pie.”

08= Pukka Films
Pukka’s Bafta nominated movie Kajaki impressed voters. One summed up the general mood saying, “I have huge respect for Paul and Andrew’s amazing achievement in being Bafta nominated for Kajaki alongside running a successful corporate production company” 

08= Wilder
Wilder is cited by its fans for its “great creative.”

10= Merchant Cantos

It’s Merchant Cantos’ “great ability with regular retained clients” that impresses many.

10=Plastic Pictures

”They’ve brought a freshness to the industry,” says one of Plastic Pictures’ voters.

10=Scorch London
Scorch’s admirers point to its  “great work and sustained improvement.”

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