UMTV (production)

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For the record label owned by Universal, see UMTV.

UMTV is a British radio and television production company set up by Chris Evans in 2002.

The Directors are Chris Evans, Executive Producer and Writer; Clare Barton, Joint Managing Director/Head of Production; Chris Gillett, Joint Managing Director/Head of Operations and Helen Wright, Financial Director.

The company's back catalogue of shows include Boys and Girls (Channel 4), The Terry and Gaby Show (Channel 5), Johnny Vegas: 18 Stone of Idiot (Channel 4/E4), OFI Sunday (ITV1), Live With Christian O'Connell and Live With Chris Moyles (Channel 5) and School of Hard Knocks (Channel 4) which won a BAFTA back in 2005.

Ad-funded projects have included The National Lottery Daily Play and Glory Ball for Challenge

Most recently UMTV has produced a series of shows including the 2007 Red Bull X-Fighters World Series 2007 for ITV4, ITV Mobiles/ITV2 The Hot Desk, Red Bull Flugtag London 2008 for ITV1/ITV4 and the Red Bull X-Fighters World Series 2008 for Dave.

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