Audio Always has expanded its presence within MediaCityUK with a new AV studio.
Audio Always’ expansion follows a successful year which has seen its client base expand with high profile projects including the chart topping true crime original podcast, Carrie Jade Does Not Exist with Sue Perkins, the return of Different with Nicky Campbell for BBC Sounds and a powerful collaboration with MediaCity neighbours Fuzzy Duck on a project for Dreams and Shelter.
Paul Fernley, head of partnerships at Audio Always said: “We’re thrilled to be opening a new third studio in the Tomorrow Building at MediaCity, expanding our offering for businesses, broadcasters and talent with a new visual podcast recording studio.
“This space sees us continue our investment in the Northern audio eco-system and has already welcomed clients from MediaCity, Greater Manchester and beyond.”
Rebekah Lloyd Beere, Head of ARRIVE manged Workspace added: “It’s been fantastic to watch and support Audio Always’ journey within MediaCity. They’re a great example of how a start-up has evolved and continued to expand, building their reputation as a leading audio production company, winning awards and gaining national recognition.”