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Canadian production house, Buck Productions, locks spot in Global 100

TORONTO, April 11 /CNW/ – Buck Productions announced that they have been named one of the top 100 global film and television production companies. For the second consecutive year, Buck has been recognized for their inspirational and cutting edge creations, and the Toronto-based company has further solidified Canada’s influential role in international film and television production.

realscreen Global 100 is an annual list of the world’s top independent production companies. Researchers surveyed broadcasters, asking each for a list of their highest-rated shows from 2007. Approximately 70 broadcasters provided their lists of top non-fiction and factual shows.

“We are so proud to be recognized globally, especially in such a challenging industry,” says Sean Buckley, Executive Producer/Owner of Buck Productions. “There are a number of amazing companies that have been included in this list and we are honoured to be listed amongst them. Canada’s presence in this ranking is a significant milestone for all Canadian production
houses.”

Buck has quickly become one of the most talked about shops in Toronto and maintains one of the country’s busiest broadcast commercial divisions. Sean Buckley and his team are the driving force for reality shows such as Rich Bride, Poor Bride and Keys to the VIP. Already into its third season, Rich Bride, Poor Bride airs in the U.S and Canada, and is distributed in over 85 countries worldwide. Keys to the VIP currently airs in Canada and the U.S, on the Comedy Network and Fuse, respectively.

Buck recently financed and produced feature film Coopers Camera written by and staring two Canadian Actors/Writers – Jason Jones (Daily Show) and Mike Beaver (Billable Hours). Coopers Camera also features well-known Canadian actors Samantha Bee (Daily Show) and David Foley (News Radio).

Source: CNW Group

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Headline, Industry News

Canadian production house, Buck Productions, locks spot in Global 100

TORONTO, April 11 /CNW/ – Buck Productions announced that they have been named one of the top 100 global film and television production companies. For the second consecutive year, Buck has been recognized for their inspirational and cutting edge creations, and the Toronto-based company has further solidified Canada’s influential role in international film and television production.

realscreen Global 100 is an annual list of the world’s top independent production companies. Researchers surveyed broadcasters, asking each for a list of their highest-rated shows from 2007. Approximately 70 broadcasters provided their lists of top non-fiction and factual shows.

“We are so proud to be recognized globally, especially in such a challenging industry,” says Sean Buckley, Executive Producer/Owner of Buck Productions. “There are a number of amazing companies that have been included in this list and we are honoured to be listed amongst them. Canada’s presence in this ranking is a significant milestone for all Canadian production
houses.”

Buck has quickly become one of the most talked about shops in Toronto and maintains one of the country’s busiest broadcast commercial divisions. Sean Buckley and his team are the driving force for reality shows such as Rich Bride, Poor Bride and Keys to the VIP. Already into its third season, Rich Bride, Poor Bride airs in the U.S and Canada, and is distributed in over 85 countries worldwide. Keys to the VIP currently airs in Canada and the U.S, on the Comedy Network and Fuse, respectively.

Buck recently financed and produced feature film Coopers Camera written by and staring two Canadian Actors/Writers – Jason Jones (Daily Show) and Mike Beaver (Billable Hours). Coopers Camera also features well-known Canadian actors Samantha Bee (Daily Show) and David Foley (News Radio).

Source: CNW Group

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Headline, Industry News

Canadian production house, Buck Productions, locks spot in Global 100

TORONTO, April 11 /CNW/ – Buck Productions announced that they have been named one of the top 100 global film and television production companies. For the second consecutive year, Buck has been recognized for their inspirational and cutting edge creations, and the Toronto-based company has further solidified Canada’s influential role in international film and television production.

realscreen Global 100 is an annual list of the world’s top independent production companies. Researchers surveyed broadcasters, asking each for a list of their highest-rated shows from 2007. Approximately 70 broadcasters provided their lists of top non-fiction and factual shows.

“We are so proud to be recognized globally, especially in such a challenging industry,” says Sean Buckley, Executive Producer/Owner of Buck Productions. “There are a number of amazing companies that have been included in this list and we are honoured to be listed amongst them. Canada’s presence in this ranking is a significant milestone for all Canadian production
houses.”

Buck has quickly become one of the most talked about shops in Toronto and maintains one of the country’s busiest broadcast commercial divisions. Sean Buckley and his team are the driving force for reality shows such as Rich Bride, Poor Bride and Keys to the VIP. Already into its third season, Rich Bride, Poor Bride airs in the U.S and Canada, and is distributed in over 85 countries worldwide. Keys to the VIP currently airs in Canada and the U.S, on the Comedy Network and Fuse, respectively.

Buck recently financed and produced feature film Coopers Camera written by and staring two Canadian Actors/Writers – Jason Jones (Daily Show) and Mike Beaver (Billable Hours). Coopers Camera also features well-known Canadian actors Samantha Bee (Daily Show) and David Foley (News Radio).

Source: CNW Group

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