Company Overview of Tele München Fernseh GmbH + Co Produktionsgesellschaft
Tele München Fernseh GmbH + Co Produktionsgesellschaft engages in television (TV) and film production, distribution, and broadcasting activities in Europe. Its product portfolio includes theatrical films, feature films, TV movies and miniseries, series, cartoons, and documentary cycles, as well as news, shows and sports programs, format rights, operas, and concerts. The company also offers home entertainment services, including DVDs and Blu-ray discs in stationary trade and online sales, as well as for downloading; children's and family programs; and merchandising services, such as classic advertising, trade promotions, direct marketing, PR, and editorial content development for TV and new m...
Founded in 1970
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Tele München Fernseh GmbH + Co Produktionsgesellschaft Key Developments
Sky Deutschland Signs Licensing Deal for Films from the Tele Munchen Group
Sep 29 14
Sky Deutschland announced that it has signed a licensing deal for films from the Tele Munchen Group. With this long-term agreement, Sky secures the broadcasting rights to more than 100 cinema titles from independent German distributors. The content will be available on Sky's movie channels and on its VoD platform.
Lionsgate Announces New Output Agreement with Tele Munchen Group for Distribution of Summit Label Films in Germany and Austria
Apr 3 14
Lionsgate has announced that it has entered a new and expanded multiyear output agreement with Tele Munchen Group (TMG) covering the distribution of its Summit label films in Germany and Austria in all media. The expanded agreement was negotiated in Berlin and closed in anticipation of the release of Summit's eagerly-anticipated box office #1 action adventure film Divergent in Germany and Austria on April 10 and will include other promising tentpole titles such as The Last Witch Hunter, starring Vin Diesel, Gods of Egypt, director Alex Proyas' epic re-envisioning of mythical ancient Egypt, as well as the sequel to last year's global sleeper hit Now You See Me, which grossed more than $350 million at the worldwide box office. The extension follows six years of TMG-Summit output agreements which covered The Twilight Saga pictures and continues to expand Lionsgate's global distribution infrastructure comprised of output deals covering 80% of the world's movie-going population outside China and India, a thriving self-distribution operation in the U.K., the 50/50 IDC joint venture serving Latin America and Lionsgate's partnership in the Celestial Tiger platform serving China and Southeast Asia. Films from the Lionsgate label will continue to be distributed through Studio Canal in Germany.
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