At least 10 jobs are at risk at the Manchester-based post and crewing company 3sixtymedia as part of an ITV Studios review.

The broadcaster-owned production company, which owns 90% of the joint venture, is investigating how the facilities company can better serve television producers.

Broadcast understands that the affected members of staff are already in consultation with management and that the number of jobs at risk is in ‘double figures’.  The consultation is set to run until the New Year.

3sixtymedia employs 58 people in various technical and creative roles.

An ITV Studios spokesperson said: “Since we established 3sixtymedia in 2000 production requirements have evolved significantly. As a result, we are reviewing the business to better reflect changing demands.”

According to Companies House, 3sixtymedia has a net worth of £5.5m and assets valued at £59.4m.

The company was formed in 2000 as part of a merger between BBC Resources in Manchester and Granada’s Manchester studio and post-production facilities. At the time it employed more than 400 staff.

Previously based on Quay Street in Manchester, 3sixtymedia is now located at Salford’s MediaCityUK.

BBC Studios and Post Production owns 10% of 3sixtymedia.

3sixtymedia credits include Countdown (pictured) for C4, ITV’s The Jeremy Kyle Show and The Trials of Jimmy Rose and University Challenge (post) for BBC.