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ITV rebrands Shiver label as MultiStory Media

ITV Studios has rebranded its production label Shiver as MultiStory Media, as part of a move to reflect the broader range of content the Come Dine With Me producer is now making. In the past 18 months, MultiStory Media has produced new and returning formats for a range of channels and platforms. They include Piers Morgan […]

Shiver appoints C4’s Haywood to new fact ent role

Shiver, the ITV Studios label, has appointed Channel 4 (C4) commissioning editor Simone Haywood to the newly created role of head of factual entertainment. Haywood will work with group creative director Ana De Moraes, who was hired by MD Tim Carter in January, and her new development team to create returnable formats. It is the […]

Twenty Twenty finds replacement for CEO

There’s a new chief at Warner Bros. International Television Production (WBITVP)’s UK prodco Twenty Twenty. Creative director Emma Willis (pictured) has been promoted to managing director to replace Tim Carter, who is moving to become MD of ITV Studios-owned prodco Shiver. At the same time, Hana Canter is promoted to business director, handing her overall […]

Twenty Twenty CEO to join ITV Studios’ Shiver

Tim Carter, Twenty Twenty’s current CEO, is set to join ITV Studios’ factual label Shiver as managing director. He will lead the label with offices in London, Manchester and Leeds, and oversee approximately 300 hours of production a year. Carter will work on shows such as Come Dine With Me, Peston on Sunday and The […]

Dead Rising sequel piped through Legendary

The sequel to Crackle’s online film Dead Rising: Watchtower will go out through producer Legendary. Watchtower was Legendary Entertainment’s first digital television show, and launched before the Hollywood studio had hired Michael Grindon to run distribution. Therefore, digital sales specialist Content Television snapped up the rights. However, Legendary’s international TV boss Michael Grindon told TBI […]

Content bags Legendary’s Dead Rising

Content Media Corp. has acquired international sales rights to a feature film based on the Dead Rising video game series, which has also secured distribution on VOD platform Crackle. US studio Legendary Entertainment has sold the film to Sony Pictures-owned Crackle, where it will debut, and international distribution rights to content. The film, set during […]