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Antix Productions

Antix Productions
Type Private
Industry Television
Genre Production company
Founded Cheadle, Stockport, Greater Manchester
Founder(s) Yvette Fielding, Karl Beattie
Headquarters MediaCityUK, Salford Quays, Salford, Greater Manchester, England
Key people Yvette Fielding, Karl Beattie
Website http://www.antixproductions.com

Antix Productions is a television production company founded by Yvette Fielding and Karl Beattie in 2001. The company have produced shows for broadcasters such as Living and ITV in the UK and Travel Channel in the USA. Their output includes successful shows such as Most Haunted and its various sister shows such as Most Haunted Live!.[1]

Originally, Antix Productions was based in Cheadle in the Metropolitan Borough of Stockport, Greater Manchester, but relocated to MediaCityUK in Salford, Greater Manchester in 2011.[2]

Productions

Most Haunted

Other

Monster Pictures

In 2008 Antix Productions formed a new company called Monster Pictures to launch a brand new venture – The Paranormal Channel. The channel (launched 9 June 2008) broadcast a mix of programmes on the paranormal including documentaries, films and dramas.[3] The channel was subsequently renamed the Unexplained Channel. However, in April 2010 the Unexplained Channel ceased broadcasting, with its EPG slot on Sky Digital being purchased by Information TV.[4]

References

External links

  • Official homepage of Antix Productions


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