Cardiff-based Boomerang TV company plans 20 job cuts

A Cardiff-based TV production company is planning to make 20 staff redundant.

Boomerang said the move was regrettable, but was a response to cuts in programmes announced by the BBC and Welsh language channel S4C.

A 30-day consultation period with staff starts next week.

Boomerang was founded in 1994, and its national and international output includes extreme sports, drama, comedy, live events, children's programmes, web content and radio broadcasts.

Last month, Boomerang announced that its revenue was up 25.8% to £26.9m, while gross profit rose by 30.2% to £4.5m.

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