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Marni Weishofer named lead director of Thunderbird board

Wieshofer is the former CFO and EVP of corporate development at Lionsgate, where she oversaw mergers, acquisitions and other strategic financial initiatives.

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Ivan Fecan transitions to a new role within Thunderbird

The veteran TV exec (pictured) is standing down as executive chair of the board to focus on producing, with Brian Paes-Braga stepping into the position.

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Thunderbird inks distribution deal with Crave for Punk

The four-part docuseries produced by Network Entertainment will make its debut on the Bell Media streamer next month.

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Thunderbird Releasing managing director to depart

Edward Fletcher will leave the U.K. distribution arm of Thunderbird Entertainment Group next month.

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Atomic Cartoons moves into phase two of Ottawa expansion

Ottawa studio head Chris Wightman discusses the animation studio’s rapid growth in the region and what’s next for the branch.

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Cyber Group inks int’l deal for Atomic’s The Last Kids on Earth

The Paris-based company will represent all merchandise, ancillary and second-window TV rights for the adventure series.

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Wendy McKernan upped to VP at Great Pacific Media

McKernan, whose production credits include Highway Thru Hell (pictured), will oversee all factual and lifestyle programming at Thunderbird’s unscripted arm.

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Kim’s Convenience heads to South Korea

The deal with Seoul-based Yoon & Company comes six months after Netflix acquired streaming rights in the U.S. and other international territories.

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Discovery Canada signs up for more ‘Hell’

Great Pacific’s Highway Thru Hell has been ordered to an eighth season by the Bell Media channel.

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Thunderbird begins trading on TSX Venture Exchange

Following the completion of its deal with Golden Secret Ventures, Thunderbird has an estimated $16.6 million of working capital to direct toward its subsidiaries and future acquisitions.