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Endemol UK

Endemol UK Ltd
Private
Industry Television
Genre Production company
Founded 1994
Founder Joop van den Ende
John de Mol
Headquarters Shepherd's Bush, London, United Kingdom
Key people
Tim Hincks
Peter Cowley
Lucas Church
Richard Johnston
Peter Bazalgette
Richard Osman
Number of employees
800
Parent Endemol Shine Group
Website http://www.endemoluk.com

Endemol UK Ltd is one of the largest independent producers in the country. The UK group is part of Endemol, a worldwide network of production companies spanning 24 countries.

Endemol incorporates a number of production brands, including Remarkable Television (previously Brighter Pictures), Initial, Cheetah Television, Zeppotron, and their digital divisions: Endemol Games[1] & Endemol Digital Studio. The four TV production brands specialise in a broad range of genres including factual entertainment, reality series, drama series, specialist factual, arts, live events, music entertainment, documentaries, youth shows, and comedy.

Contents

  • History 1
  • Credits 2
  • References 3
  • External links 4

History

The company originated from Peter Bazalgette's sale of his television company to the Guardian Media Group (GMG) in 1990. In 1998, Endemol acquired a 50% stake and the division was named GMG Endemol. Endemol bought the company outright from GMG in 2000.[2]

Credits

References

  1. ^ http://www.endemolgames.com/
  2. ^ From That's Life to Big Brother

External links

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