Expansions, exits and redundancies were some of the themes of 2012, with changes at BBC Studios and Post Production dominating our list of most-read stories.

1) Pinewood Shepperton set to quit Teddington base

Pinewood Shepperton looks set to quit its Teddington base within the next two years

2) Post firms in line for QC role

UK broadcasters are considering an overhaul of programme delivery guidelines that could lead to post houses taking over ultimate responsibility for the quality control (QC) process

3) Job cuts at BBC Studios and Post Production

BBC Studios and Post Production (BBC S&PP) is poised to make up to 50 staff redundant as it prepares for life beyond Television Centre

4) Briggs departs Prime Focus as staff redundancies loom

Prime Focus boss Simon Briggs has left the business ahead of a major restructure of the post-production facility

5) Redundancies to follow Deluxe restructure

Deluxe Entertainment Services is making a round of redundancies as part of a restructure of the post business

6) BBC S&PP to open central London facility in new year

BBC Studios and Post Production (BBC S&PP) is launching a standalone post-production outfit in central London

7) Evolutions completes Editworks deal

Evolutions has struck a deal for the creative and technical team from Editworks to re-launch the post facility at its Berners Street headquarters

8) Timeline TV North expands to meet demand for offline

Timeline TV North is expanding, with five more edit suites being built at its Salford base just six months after the facility opened

9) BBC S&PP moves digital division to Ruislip site

BBC Studios and Post Production is moving its Digital Media Services (DMS) division to a permanent facility in West London from early 2013

10) Hardman joins The Farm as head of operations

Former Sumners technical director Brian Hardman has joined The Farm