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We are pleased to welcome to the team our new General Manager, David Mason, and our new Head of Post Production, Martin Price.


Bigheads has been nominated for the TV Choice Awards and Release the Hounds for the Digital Broadcast Awards. Congratulations and good luck to the Primal Media team!

New S6 Desks Being Installed

Our audio suites are currently being refurbished and expanded to offer 3 V12 Protools suites, built around the latest desks with fibre connection to the Avid suites.

Supplied by HHB Scrub and installed by Absolute Cad, they will be finished in time for our June bookings.

Travel Man: 48 Hours In Vienna Nominated for a BAFTA 2017

Good luck Chris Richards and the North One team for being nominated in the Best TV Features category at the BAFTA’s for Travel Man: 48 Hours In Vienna. Audio completed at DCF

Unarmed Black Male Nominated for BAFTA 2017

Congratulations Director James Jones / BBC Current Affairs/BBC Two
Good Luck on May 14th!

Congratulations to James Jones & Hardcash, winning the RTS Award

Congratulations to James Jones & Hardcash, winning the RTS Award for their Documentary Saudi Arabia Uncovered. James was also nominated in the same category for “This World – Unarmed Black Male” which also posted here.

The Grierson Trust Awards 2016

Congratulations to James Jones nominated Best Documentary
In a contemporary theme: Children of The Gaza War First shown BBC
Post production DCF

3 Bafta Television Nominations

3 Bafta Television Nominations
Best Feature: Travel Man
Best Single Documentary: Life After Suicide
Best Current Affairs Coverage:  Children of the Gaza War

Congratulations to the Team at Gogglebox Entertainment

Congratulations to the Team at Gogglebox Entertainment on the RSA Media Award for
TITLE: Release the Hounds
PRODUCTION COMPANY: Gogglebox Entertainment

“…brilliantly made, with great production values which really move the genre forward.”