New website for dock10

dock10, the UK’s leading television facility, based in MediaCityUK has launched a new website, www.TheStudios.co.uk to keep television fans informed about what’s happening in The Studios and how they can join the audience of some of the UK’s biggest shows. Around 200,000 people a year visit The Studios to take a tour or to watch shows being recorded. These include family favourites such as Countdown, Who Wants to Be a Millionaire?, The Voice, Let it Shine and Judge Rinder.

The new website lists all of the programmes being recorded in The Studios and provides details on how to book a studio tour and apply for free tickets to join the audience of some shows. There is even a dedicated @TheStudios Twitter feed to keep everyone up to date.

“Some of the UK’s best loved television is made at dock10,” says Darren Deans, Head of Marketing, “ranging from iconic quizzes such as Mastermind to primetime Saturday night entertainment such as All Together Now. With so much interest in the programmes being made here, we have launched www.TheStudios.co.uk to provide audiences with access to all the information they need in one place. The new website keeps television fans in the picture on their favourite shows and gives an insight into the busy world of dock10.”

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