Australia’s CJZ buys Greenstone TV, gaining grip on local reality programming

Fri, 15 Nov 2013

By Paul McBeth Nov. 15 (BusinessDesk) - Australia’s Cordell Jigsaw Zapruder has got a toe-hold on New Zealand’s reality TV, buying Greenstone TV for an undisclosed sum. The Australian television production firm, which was formed from the merger of Cordell Jigsaw and Zapruder last year, expects to complete the deal in the coming few weeks, it said in a statement. The acquisition aims to build a stronger platform in the trans-Tasman market, which CJZ says is dominated by European and US formats. Greenstone’s “creative output dovetails perfe...

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