Ten Alps Plc is a factual media company – TV, online and print. It was founded by Live Aid and Live 8 projects creator, musician in the Boomtown Rats and entrepreneur Bob Geldof, (whose previous TV company Planet 24 successfully produced the Big Breakfast, and whose Survivor TV format is one of the most successful in the USA)
We create and manage factual media. Because the audience is now multi-platform, we target content to audiences and customers across all the media outlets including television and radio programmes, websites, online TV, live events and over 750 specialist publications.
TV: Ten Alps is one of the UK's leading producers of factual broadcast television, through TV production companies:
Online: Ten Alps produces business to business online TV sites like Vets TV, Optometry TV plus client sites within a 750 title portfolio and Twenty First Century Media produces local online video advertising.
Print: Ten Alps is a top UK contract publishing company - with 750 specialist titles, plus 200 associated websites, e-books, video production and online TV services, plus specialist conferences and events across the public and private sector. Ten Alps owns contract publishing and advertising sales companies Mongoose Media, Atalink, Ten Alps Publishing and Sovereign Publications. It also owns corporate social responsibility content provider DBDA, based in Harrow. Ten Alps also owns advertising agency and marketing communications businesses Ten Alps RMA, based in Fareham, Hampshire near Portsmouth, and Ten Alps MTD, in Edinburgh. Meanwhile Twenty First Century Media is a corporate video producer and online video producer based in Newcastle.
Ten Alps has offices in Newcastle, Fareham, Edinburgh, London, Gateshead, Manchester and Macclesfield.