3DD Productions

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3DD Productions is a UK-based television production company formed in 2005 and part of the 3DD Group and ranked within the top 100 independent producers. It specialises in music television, cultural and film documentary series. Notably it has produced music programming for Channel 4 over the last 8 years, including the long-running series The Album Chart Show known internationally as London Live and airs in over 30 countries. The series, originally produced with the cooperation of the Official Charts Company, provides a platform for UK and international live music on British television and is carried currently on MTV channels and branded Live Vibrations. 6 music and film documentary strands produced by 3DD Productions are now into their 3rd season, with London Live in its 10th season, all on air worldwide and carried by MTV, Sky, AMC/Sundance and Turner with international licensing by its sister company 3DD Entertainment.


In production[edit]

  • London Live formerly The Album Chart Show: Series 10 of the international music series starts filming in January 2014
  • Raiders Of The Lost Art Series in Production. A new series entering the mysterious world of art theft, how these heists took place and how some pieces were recovered. Episodes include "Mona Lisa", "Monuments Men", "Führermuseum".
  • In Sound A new music magazine programme starting production in February 2014

Previous television productions[edit]

Beyoncé, Usher, Lily Allen, Rihanna, 50 Cent, Kanye West, Mariah Carey, Justin Timberlake, Katy Perry, Lady Gaga, Pink, Eminem, Britney Spears and Snoop Dogg

David Guetta, Jennifer Lopez, Jay Z, Tupac Shakur, Adele, No Doubt, Foo Fighters, Coldplay, Ke$ha, Drake, Nicki Minaj, Lil Wayne, Cee Lo Green, Black Eyed Peas and Christina Aguilera

Justin Bieber, One Direction, Whitney Houston, Taylor Swift, Michael Jackson, T.I., Kelly Clarkson, Bruno Mars, Flo Rida and Maroon 5

London Live Series One (2006)
London Live Series Two (2007)
London Live Series Three (2008)
London Live Series Four (2008)
London Live Series Five (2009)
London Live Specials
London Live Series Six (2010)
London Live Series Seven (2011)
London Live Series Eight (2012)
London Live Series Nine (2013)

Corporate and Sales[edit]

3DD Productions is independently owned and is part of the 3DD Group formed in 1994. The Group CEO is Dominic Saville, son of British film and television director Philip Saville. 3DD Entertainment is an international sales company that represents 3DD Productions and a number of UK independent production companies including Walsh Bros [4] owned by double BAFTA nominated producer and director John Walsh including Karate Kids, Toy Soldiers, Don't Make Me Angry and feature film documentary, the Grierson Nominated ToryBoy The Movie [5] and the Henry VIII feature film Monarch [6]


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