Client news · 12 January, 2016

Media Ranch and Ananké Media Productions announce partnership

Boom! client Media Ranch and Ananké Media Productions announce partnership on unexplained scientific and paranormal phenomena projects.

Boom! client Media Ranch, the 2015 Rose d’Or-winning independent TV producer and format agency, and Ananké Media Productions today announce an agreement to co-develop, produce and distribute TV and digital projects focusing on unexplained scientific and paranormal phenomena.

The companies aim to develop projects for both the domestic Canadian and international markets.

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The deal follows a series of international format adaptation successes and domestic sales for Media Ranch. The company recently created the first adaptation of Norwegian format ‘Dining with the Enemy’ for TV5 Québec and is remaking British TV hit ‘Life in The Kitchen’ for Canal Vie in Canada. The company is also in production with ‘Baggage Battles’ for Scripps Networks UK & EMEA and the third series of 2015 ‘Street Jungle’ for Canal D in Canada, that won a 2015 Rose d’Or award for Best TV Reality and Factual Entertainment programme.

Ananké Media Productions is a new production company formed by associates Louis Villeneuve, Mathieu Leblanc, P. Pierre Cardinal and author and broadcaster Christian Page, to develop new projects in the field of unexplained scientific and paranormal phenomena. Christian is a regular contributor to TV shows investigating unexplained phenomena including ‘Survey UFOs’‘Dark Forces’ (Ztele), ‘Mystery Files’‘Occult Crimes’ (Canal D) and ‘In Search of Holy Relics’(Escape).

“We’re delighted to be working with the team Ananké Media Productions and Christian Page, one of most credible authors focusing on the paranormal. Recently there has been a tide of questionable programs tacking fascinating subjects in this genre and we aim to produce more credible investigative programming in line with our mission of creating ‘entertainment with a conscience”.

— Sophie Ferron, President of Media Ranch.