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K7 Media inks deal with Turkish production giant

Medyapims take on Desperate Housewives

Turkish production giant MEDYAPIM Group, has appointed Manchester and Amsterdam-based K7 Media, to provide global media intelligence consultancy services.

Founded in 1993, Istanbul based MEDYAPIM is one of the leading production companies in the Turkish television industry. Consisting of production companies including Medyapim, MF, NTC, Mednova and no9, MEDYAPIM GROUP companies have produced more than 10,000 hours of television content including programmes for Turkey’s leading channels FOXT V, SHOW TV, STAR, ATV ,Kanal D, TRT and TV8.

The company has series currently in production for Disney+, and MEDYAPIM GROUP has adapted many international formats for Turkish television including Who Wants to be a Millionaire, Dancing on Ice and Pop Stars.

It has also produced Turkish language versions of scripted series including Doctor Foster, Defender, Mother, Grey’s Anatomy, Desperate Housewives and Shameless and is a growing producer of shows for the Hispanic and Arabic markets and provides an in-house Turkish streaming service.

K7 Media provides media intelligence to broadcasters, streaming platforms, distributors and production companies. It guides clients through the world’s TV and video trends, providing reports on key genres and territories alongside deep-dive insights into major genre trends. It also produces tailor-made themed reports drawing on extensive knowledge of the global TV and digital sector.

K7 Media’s global business director, Victoria de Kerdrel said, “In addition to being one of the most respected production companies in Turkey MEDYAPIM has a global outlook, adapting shows, from the US, UK and Japan for Turkish television. We look forward to working with them to provide the insight that will help them to continue bring versions of the world’s best shows to Turkish audiences.”

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