Last week All3Media, which also produces Richard and Judy, announced
it had appointed investment bank UBS to advise it on its ‘strategic options’,
which included the possibility of a float on the London Stock Exchange.
Sources close to the company said PwC would act as reporting accountants if
All3Media opted for a float.
All3media was bought from Chrysalis for £45m. The business generates revenues
of £157m and a float would see it net approximately £300m. This would make it
larger than rival production companies RDF and Shed Productions, maker of
Read the views of Shed FD Jonathon Kemp on listing a media company at
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