The new company plans to produce and deliver family-friendly content across multiple platforms. Larrikin Entertainment, the production entity founded last year by Greg Coote and David Calvert-Jones, has joined with Emmy-winning writer-producer Dan Angel (Door To Door) and former Shaftesbury Film exec Tom Mazza on the venture. Angel is set as Chief Content Officer and Mazza as CEO of the LA-based EveryWhere Studios, whose management ranks also include VP Development Lori Nelson, a former development executive at The Hatchery. Larrikin’s David Putt and Robert Lundberg also will be involved. EveryWhere is working on its first production and distribution deal, which is due to be announced in the coming weeks. “In a world where TV is everywhere, Everywhere Studios is designed to deliver high-quality programming to audiences ‘everywhere’ via television, computer, tablet, or phone,” Mazza said in a statement. “With established partners around the world, EveryWhere Studios offers producers a one-stop entertainment company for the development, production and distribution of quality family-friendly content that appeals to audiences and advertisers alike.”
Larrikin Entertainment, Dan Angel & Tom Mazza Team To Launch EveryWhere Studios
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