Pure Tonic Media

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Pure Tonic Media
Music/Imaging Production
Fate Acquired by ReelWorld (June 2011)
Founded 2005
Founder Steve Pigott
Defunct June 2011 (2011-06)
Headquarters London, UK
Key people
Steve Pigott, George Taylor, Ben Marks, Tim Hiscox, Andy Jackson, Ben Williams, Glynn Goodall, Suzanne Pigott
Products Audio imaging, music beds, jingle production.

Pure Tonic Media was a creative production company that provided services including radio imaging, music beds and jingles for Radio stations including BBC Radio 1, Kiss 100, Bauer Radio & Production Vault.

In 2010 Pure Tonic launched a new imaging service for BBC Radio 1. In 2011 Pure Tonic launched the new sound of UK national brand XFM.

The company announced in 2011 that it was to become part of Seattle-based ReelWorld.[1]


  • MadMen Productions
  • Radio Monte Carlo
  • Heat Radio
  • Big Brother
  • The Brit Awards
  • Somethin' Else
  • Beat FM
  • Flow 935
  • Bauer Radio


  1. ^ "Pure Tonic Media purchased by ReelWorld". radiotoday.co.uk. Retrieved 29 April 2017. 

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