The studio’s TV arm has completed its acquisition of one of the UK’s largest independent producers. Warner wanted Shed Media, which makes Supernanny for America, because it wants to expand overseas, replicating the success it has had in America with shows such as The Wire and Gossip Girl – both of which have exported well. Shed will remain an independent producer. Outright Distribution, its TV sales company, will be folded into UK-based Warner Bros International Television Production. But the Outright brand will remain without any job losses.
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By TIM ADLER in London | Thursday October 14, 2010 @ 1:25am PDTTags: Gossip Girl, Shed Media, Shed Media Deal, Supernanny, TV Deals, Warner Bros Shed Media, Warner Bros. TV
By TIM ADLER in London | Wednesday September 1, 2010 @ 8:07am PDTTags: Dating In The Dark, John de Mol, Warner Bros, Warner Bros Shed Media
Warner Bros has signed an exclusive deal with John de Mol’s Talpa Media to produce British versions of the Dutch company’s TV shows. The deal is the latest piece in the jigsaw of Warner’s plan to establish worldwide production subsidiaries …
By TIM ADLER in London | Thursday August 5, 2010 @ 5:04am PDTTags: Shed Media, Shed Media Deal, Shed Media Finance, Suppernanny, UK TV, Warner Bros, Warner Bros Shed Media, Warner Shed Deal