Our wealth of experience within the broadcasting and entertainment industries over the years has allowed us to build up an impressive list of programme credits and contacts.

We have partnered major organisations in sport and entertainment – developing and producing television programming and providing a range of services from filming to writing, and from post-production to host broadcasting. Additionally we’ve brought that expertise from entertainment and journalism to give all of our programmes a vibrant appeal with a strong narrative.

Our broadcast credentials are impressive, and we have produced programmes across most genres in our time, most notably in sport, music and entertainment.

In sport, for example, our credits span the Olympic Games, Wimbledon, ATP and WTA Tours, Barclays Premier League, NFL, FIS Skiing & Snowboarding World Cups, and an eclectic range of motorsport, developing genuine partnerships with top sporting organisations along the way. We also like to innovate and have brought new sports to the public via Channel Four including street hockey and the cult Indian pastime, kabaddi.

We have a reputation as producers who aren’t scared of breaking the mould and enhancing sports coverage with compelling and attractive films that tell stories. In 2012 we produced 22 programmes for ESPN following the World Series by Renault, the main feeder championship into Formula 1. Midway through the season, ESPN America picked up our programmes, and our coverage of the World Series by Renault became the first European championship in any sport ever to be shown on the network. Subsequently we’ve piloted two shows following the GT Open and are making a series called XS with exclusive interviews with sporting personalities.

At the end of the day we’re programme makers at heart and relish the challenge of producing live coverage from a big event or making a top quality film. What we bring is valuable experience to the table.

We’ve had a cluster of nominations and awards at various festivals for our endeavours over the years – and we’re rather proud of them!