12 Yard

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12 Yard
IndustryTelevision
Founded2001 (2001)
Founder(s)David Young
Key peopleITV plc (2007-present)
ParentHat Trick Productions (50%, 2001-2007)
David Young (50%, 2001-2007)
ITV Studios (2007-present)

12 Yard Productions is a British television production company. It was founded in 2001 as a joint-venture between David Young and the creative team behind the worldwide hit Weakest Link and Hat Trick Productions.[1][2]

12 Yard has gone on to become one of the world's most successful entertainment format creators, producing hit formats including the BBC's long-running early evening quiz Eggheads, Saturday night BBC1 lottery formats The National Lottery: In it to Win it and Who Dares Wins!, primetime feel-good format Holding out for a Hero, Take on the Twisters and Big Star's Little Star for ITV, and Coach Trip, Celebrity Coach Trip and Christmas Coach Trip for Channel 4.

On 5 December 2007, it was confirmed that ITV plc had acquired 12 Yard for £35 million.[3]

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