Pozzitive Television

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Pozzitive Television is a production company formed by producers Geoff Posner and David Tyler in 1992.

Pozzitive have won awards including six BAFTAs, two Golden Roses at Montreux, multiple British Comedy & RTS awards, 6 Sony Awards and two International Emmys.[citation needed]

In July 2009, Pozzitive launched a YouTube channel.[1] The channel features videos from shows like Coogan's Run and The Comic Side of 7 Days and the making of TLC, a black comedy set in the National Health Service, featuring Reece Shearsmith and Alexander Armstrong.

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