ALL3MEDIA is the UK's number one independent television, film and digital production and distribution company. The ALL3MEDIA group is comprised of 19 production and distribution companies from across the UK, Europe, New Zealand and USA.
ALL3MEDIA is the UK's number one independent television, film and digital production and distribution company.
ALL3MEDIA was formed following the acquisition of Chrysalis Group's TV division in September 2003, led by Steve Morrison, David Liddiment, Jules Burns and John Pfeil. In September 2006, Permira became All3Media’s majority shareholder.
Consistently listed number one super indie in Broadcast and Televisual annual indies surveys, the ALL3MEDIA group is comprised of 19 television, film and digital production companies from across the UK, US, Germany, the Netherlands, New Zealand and Australia. ALL3MEDIA companies include Bentley Productions, Company Pictures, IDTV, Kameleon, Lion Television, Lime Pictures, Little Dot Studios Maverick Television, MME Moviement, North One Television, Objective Productions, Optomen, One Potato Two Potato, South Pacific Pictures, Studio Lambert, Zoo Productions, ALL3MEDIA AMERICA and ALL3MEDIA International.
Building on the considerable success of shows such as Undercover Boss (CBS), Cash Cab (Discovery), Wife Swap (ABC), History Detectives (PBS)) and a range of Gordon Ramsay programmes including Hotel Hell (Fox), ALL3MEDIA AMERICA allows accelerated growth in the US market by combining the creative diversity of the ALL3MEDIA group’s companies with the scale of a single large production base.
ALL3MEDIA cemented its reputation as a real market leader in digital broadcasting innovation with the launch of new start up venture, Little Dot Studios in early 2013.
ALL3MEDIA is recognized for producing a range of high quality, diverse, award winning programmes including Embarrassing Bodies (Channel 4), The Only Way is Essex (ITV2), Horrible Histories (CBBC), Midsomer Murders (ITV), Hollyoaks (Channel 4), Fresh Meat (Channel 4), The Cube (ITV), The Village (BBC One), The Gadget Show (Channel 5) and the highly anticipated forthcoming BBC One historical drama, The White Queen.