Global Television (Australia)
Global Television is a large television production company with studios in Australia's two largest cities Sydney and Melbourne. It was co-founded in 1988 by Bruce Fink. They have been responsible for handling the technical side of most top live sport and entertainment events produced and broadcast in Australia.
|Type||film & television studios Complex|
Coventry Street, Southbank
Hawthorn Road, Vermont South
New South Wales:
Eveleigh, New South Wales
|Completed||1956 (Southbank, Victoria)|
1964 (Vermont South, Victoria)
2010 (Eveleigh, New South Wales)
Global Television's Sydney studios are located at the Australian Technology Park in the inner city suburb of Eveleigh. The new studios were built in 2010, and produce a large number of Australian programmes from its two studios.
Global Television's Melbourne studios are located in the inner suburb of South Melbourne and occupy the previous existing HSV-7 Studios. The four open studios are home to such shows as Dancing with the Stars, The Chase Australia, Family Feud and Fox Footy.
In January 2014 NEP Broadcasting acquired Global Television for an undisclosed amount from Catalyst Investments and Global Television is now completely part of the NEP worldwide network. NEP also acquired Harry Michaels Silk Studios (formerly zerO1zerO) in the same year, reducing the number of competing O.B. and studio production hire facilities.
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