Evolutions Television

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Evolutions Television
Privately held company
IndustryTelevision post-production
GenreFactual, entertainment
PredecessorNats Post Production
ServicesAudio, editing, grading, design
Revenue£10 million

Evolutions Television, commonly known as Evolutions (or more simply Evos), is a television post-production company in London, England. It has three sites across Soho: Great Pulteney Street, Sheraton Street, and a design facility on Wells Street called Earth. Evolutions has been used for programmes including The Apprentice, The F Word, and Top Gear. The company won the 2007 Broadcast Award for Post House of the Year,[1] and in 2010, it was ranked ninth on Televisual magazine's "Facilities 50" list.[2]

Evolutions had a building in Soho Square that it vacated in 2011, around the same time that its senior management team bought out Albion Ventures' stake in the company.[3]


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  1. ^ http://www.broadcastnow.co.uk/technology/evolutions-to-launch-commercials-studio/5007435.article
  2. ^ http://www.televisual.com/read-reports-surveys/5/44/Facilities-1-10.html
  3. ^ "Archived copy". Archived from the original on 13 October 2011. Retrieved 30 September 2011.CS1 maint: archived copy as title (link)

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