Network Media Group presents the first documentary series Women Who Rock

Canadian-listed film production studio Network Media Group (TSXV:NTE) will premiere its latest documentary series, Women Who Rock, on cable network MGM this weekend. The series is produced by John Varvatos, Derik Murray and Jessica Hopper. It will premiere on EPIX.

Network Entertainment has made a name for itself with docuseries that explore themes from music, sports and the wider entertainment industry. It prides itself on its access to major stars and their estates in compiling its programming. In the case of Women Who Rock, it features interviews with Chaka Khan, Pat Benatar, Mavis Staples and Shania Twain among many others.

“Women Who Rock is a celebration of the iconic women who boldly paved the way for rock ‘n’ roll’s men’s club,” said Michael Wright, President of EPIX. “I am thrilled to once again partner with John Varvatos and Network Entertainment to continue EPIX’s tradition of developing quality musical docuseries for our discerning audience.”

Network previously teamed up with EPIX, Varvatos and Iggy Pop on the documentary series PUNK, which won five Leo Awards, and was produced by John Varvatos and Iggy Pop, and explored the rise of the punk movement.

Freemantle will distribute Women Who Rock to major broadcasters worldwide and internationally in all media.

New program in preparation

Network Media Group told investors they can look forward to new programming as pandemic travel restrictions are lifted in North America. Its distribution agreement with EPIX demonstrates the strength of its existing distribution pipeline. Corporate Finance Director Derek Battersby said in April that the latest set of results “is not indicative of our current operations.” He said the company has “a full slate of projects in various stages of development.”

The physical production of the company has now fully resumed after the interruption of filming by the Covid. “We expect the bulk of these projects that are now back in production to be delivered to our partners in fiscal year 2022,” Battersby said. “We believe the scale of projects to be delivered in the coming year have strong business potential and will create unlimited new opportunities for Network.”

Foundation of the NFT Studios network

Network Media Group recently created NFT Studios Network, led by Tom Lombardi as chairman. This creates a new area of ​​business for NMG in the rapidly evolving field of non-fungible tokens. He is already exploring and cementing relationships with owners of exciting intellectual property that can be leveraged in the NFT arena.

Network NFT Studios has entered into an exclusive, multi-year NFT partnership with the Hockey Hall of Fame. The HHOF was established in 1943 to honor and commemorate individuals who have brought special distinction to the game of ice hockey and those who have made outstanding contributions to the development and advancement of hockey everywhere.

The community-driven partnership will aim to attract a global sports and cultural fan base enthusiastic for both the sport of ice hockey and the Hockey Hall of Fame’s massive archive of exhibits and memorabilia. The partnership is slated to launch in the fall and will develop a fan-focused NFT program that will encourage peer-to-peer collaboration and incentives for ice hockey fans who want to interact with the Hall of Fame’s line of collectibles. hockey, unlocking new rewards. and experiences in the process.


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