Atrium TV, the drama ‘commissioning club’ launched at MIPTV this year, has gained a range of members including Iflix and Deutsche Telekom.
The club gives members the opportunity to learn about the first slate of six new high profile dramas. Members will be joining founder Viaplay for the first club meeting at MIPCOM on October 15.
The list of new members also includes Orange (France), Sky New Zealand, Antenna (Greece), Yes TV (Israel) and NewFilm (Russia).
Atrium was established by Howard Stringer, former chairman of Sony and former president of CBS, and Jeremy Fox (pictured) the chairman and founder of DRG, to create premium, high profile drama content for delivery by regional OTT players and Telcos.
Atrium TV will make its new programming slate public next week, once it has been presented to club members.
Stringer said: “We have some brilliant talent joining us on the day, presenting some very exciting new projects, and I am really looking forward to hearing member feedback. We believe we are developing a winning slate of ambitious, must-see drama and we are very much hoping that our members see these as perfect programmes for their audiences and subscribers, to help build their brands.”