Temple Street Media Ventures

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Deals: Distribution360, ole, Zodiak Rights, Temple Street

Distribution360 announces sales from its factual content slate, including Open House Overhaul and Disaster DIY (pictured), and more deals of the week.


Temple Street’s Evolve huddles with Rugby Canada

Temple Street Media Ventures VP Michel Pratte on how the deal fits into the company’s strategy to market Evolve as more than just a fitness brand.


Banff ’15: In the news

In case you missed it: an overview of announcements that came out during this week’s Banff World Media Festival.

Bryce Hunter

Temple Street hires Bryce Hunter

The former digital producer at DHX joins Temple Street’s Media Ventures division.

Michel Pratte

Temple Street Media Ventures launches TS Games

The first two projects currently in development at the mobile gaming studio are a dance-off game for The Next Step and an 8-bit, endless-runner game for Killjoys.


Temple Street continues digital expansion with Evolve

The fitness platform is the first project from the creative content arm of Temple Street Media Ventures, a division of the Toronto-based prodco that oversees digital projects.


Carlos Pacheco appointed Boat Rocker director of partnerships

The former JFL digital director (pictured) will be responsible for forming partnerships with emerging and established YouTube talent, and brands looking to create original digital content.

los angeles

Temple Street expands into U.S.

The move, which includes hiring Tayfun King as factual head of development in the new L.A. office, is the latest in the company’s strategy to expand its scripted, factual and digital initiatives.


Temple Street Media Ventures launches Boat Rocker Studios

Working with YouTube, the original digital content studio will create a hub for online creators to produce next-gen content.

Michel Pratte

Temple Street ups Michel Pratte to lead digital content expansion

The former director of strategy and business development will head the newly-formed Temple Street Media Ventures, effective immediately.