All3Media Limited is a British worldwide independent television, film and digital production and distribution company based in London, England. The All3Media group comprises more than 40 production and distribution companies from across the United Kingdom and all other parts of Europe (IDTV in the Netherlands and All3Media Deutschland in Germany), New Zealand (South Pacific Pictures) and the United States.[1]

All3Media Limited
TypeJoint venture
IndustryTelevision production
Founded2003 (2003)
HeadquartersLondon, England, UK
Key people
Jane Turton (CEO)
  • All3Media America
  • All3Media Deutschland
  • All3Media International
  • Company Pictures
  • Lime Pictures
  • Maverick Television
  • Neal Street Productions
  • North One Television
  • Objective Media Group
  • Optomen
  • Raw
  • South Pacific Pictures
  • Studio Lambert
  • Two Brothers Pictures


The company was formed in 2003 after the Chrysalis's television arm was acquired by a consortium led by ex-Granada chief Steve Morrison, former ITV Head of Programming, David Liddiment and former Operations MD at Granada, Jules Burns.

In 2013, it was named top UK independent producer, with a turnover of £473m.

On 8 May 2014, it was announced that Discovery, Inc. and Liberty Global would acquire All3Media, in a joint venture valued at US$930 million.[2]

On 24 September 2020, BBC Studios announced their intention to sell their stake in their German joint venture with All3Media, Tower Productions, and launch their own German division, BBC Studios Germany Productions. The sale took effect at the end of 2020.[3]

On 3 December 2020, All3Media acquired Silverback Films, the producer of the Netflix series Our Planet.[4]

On 17 May 2021, it was announced that Discovery, which co-owned All3Media, would be merging with AT&T subsidiary WarnerMedia to form Warner Bros. Discovery.[5]

On 8 April 2022, the merger was completed.


As in January 17, 2023, the following are a list of companies owned by All3Media:

  • All3Media America[1]
    • Best Production Company (joint venture with Kevin Bartel)[6]
    • Relevé Entertainment[7]
    • Woodman Park Productions[8]
  • All3Media Deutschland[9]
  • All3Media International[1]
    • NENT Studios UK[1]
  • Angelica Films (joint venture with Sally Angel)[13]
  • Aurora Media Worldwide[14]
  • Bentley Productions Ltd., producer of ITV's Midsomer Murders and Ultimate Force[1]
  • Bright Spot Content[1]
  • Bullion Productions[15]
  • Caravan[1]
  • Company Pictures[1]
  • Great Scott Media[16]
  • IDTV, Netherlands[1]
  • Lime Pictures[1]
  • Lion Television[1]
    • Lion Television Scotland
    • Lion Television America
    • Lion Television International
  • Little Dot Studios[18][19][20][21][22][23][24]
  • Maverick Television[1]
  • Neal Street Productions[1]
  • New Pictures[1]
    • Witchery Pictures (joint venture with Siobhan Finnigan and Judith King)[32]
  • North One Television[1]
  • Objective Media Group (OMG)[1]
    • Betty
    • Main Event Media, Los Angeles, California (run by OMG EVP Jimmy Fox)[33]
    • Objective Fiction (scripted comedies and comedy-dramas)[1]
    • OMG America, Los Angeles, California[1]
    • OMG North/Purple Productions, Manchester, England[35]
    • Triple Brew Media (live and recorded quiz and gameshow programming)[1]
    • OMG Scotland, in Glasgow
  • 141 Productions[1]
  • Canard
  • Optomen[1]
    • Optomen Entertainment, Los Angeles, California[36]
  • Raw TV[1]
  • Seven Stories[1]
  • Silverback Films[4]
  • South Pacific Pictures, New Zealand[1]
    • Kura Productions (joint venture with Quinton Hita)[37]
    • Satellite Media (mixed-media production company)[37]
  • Studio Lambert, United States/United Kingdom[1]
  • Two Brothers Pictures[1]
  • Unstoppable Film and TV (as in 17 January, 2023, run by Noel Clarke and Jason Maza)[1]
  • West Road Pictures[38]

Important rights held

See also

  • List of All3Media television programmes


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