Magazine article Screen International

Wimbledon Studios Reopens for Business

Magazine article Screen International

Wimbledon Studios Reopens for Business

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The London site was taken over by Persian-language broadcaster Marjan Television after Wimbledon Studios the company was put into administration a year ago.

Marjan TV, which is based at the site, has now agreed a sales and marketing deal with location agency The Collective which will be responsible for managing the facility's 7,000 sq ftand 8,000 sq ftstudios.

The Collective managing director Anthony Iredale said: "We're incredibly excited to offer top quality studio space inside the M25 at a time when the industry desperately needs more.

"With a newly employed and highly experienced studio manager dedicated to London Wimbledon Studios, we're looking forward to bringing our flexible and innovative approach and vast network of production contacts to a purpose built and fully equipped studio environment.

"We look forward to London Wimbledon Studios fast re-establishing itself as a leading film and television production facilities provider. …

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