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MipTV: Newen’s Fabrice Larue Discusses Strategy, Alliance With TF1 (Exclusive)

4 April 2016 7:56 AM, PDT | Variety - TV News | See recent Variety - TV News news »

Cannes– When France’s biggest commercial network group TF1 tied the knot with Fabrice Larue’s Paris-based indie powerhouse Newen last November, it made a big splash in the local television landscape, marking for the first-ever alliance between a network and a production entity in Gaul.

Ranking as the third biggest French production banner after Zodiak/Banijay and Lagardere, Newen has been delivering some of France’s most successful drama series, such as “Braquo” and “Versailles” for Canal Plus and hit daily soap “Plus belle la vie” as well as the long-running, female-driven cop show “Candice Renoir,” both for public broadcaster France Televisions. Its subsidiaries include Telfrance, Capa and 17 Juin Productions.

In an interview with Variety, Fabrice Larue, the CEO and chairman of Newen Group, and his right-hand man Tanguy de Franclieu, CEO of Newen Studios, explained how their partnership with TF1 (which now owns 70% of Newen) will allow both »

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