dock10 has signed a multi-year extension of its contract with the BBC.

The deal will see dock10 continue to provide television studios, post production and infrastructure services for a further four years until March 2027.

Since opening in 2011, dock10’s ten purpose-built television studios and post production services have been used by the BBC to make hundreds of hours of television programmes across a wide variety of genres. dock10 has supported the BBC’s production of iconic shows such as Blue Peter, Match of the Day and A Question of Sport, as well as events such as the Olympics, FIFA World Cup and Children In Need.

Mark Senior, CEO at dock10, said: “We are thrilled that the BBC has extended their contract with us and feel that this reflects the close collaborative partnership we have built with their teams. Over the last eleven years we have worked closely with the BBC to grow and adapt our services in the fast-moving world of television – notably when the global pandemic saw us innovate with our virtual studios to create BBC Bitesize. We look forward to supporting the BBC as they continue to make world class content using our facilities.”


Jon Creamer

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