Beta Film, Goldridge Medias Danny Goldman to Launch Distribution Venture Omega Global Media (EXCLUSIVE)

Beta Film, Goldridge Medias Danny Goldman to Launch Distribution Venture Omega Global Media (EXCLUSIVE)

Munich-based Beta Film, one of Europe’s leading television companies, and seasoned executive Danny Goldman have joined forces to form London-based Omega Global Media, a distribution business focusing on a selection of high-end English-language TV series. The new entity’s first project is the Canadian crime series “Something Undone,” starring Billy Campbell (“Cardinal”) and Amanda Brugel (“The Handmaid’s Tale”).

The formation of Omega Global Media reflects the partners’ shared conviction that they can co-finance and distribute premium English-language dramas beyond the constraints of the conventional studio, network, and streaming models. The company will be headed by Goldman, a former Sony Pictures Television and Miramax executive, and managing director of Goldridge Media.

Over the course of his career, Goldman has had a leading role in the distribution of many iconic TV series, including “Breaking Bad,” “Damages” and “Seinfield.” Beta Film’s credits include “The Swarm,” “Hudson&Rex,” “Prof T.,” “Babylon Berlin” and “Gomorrah.”

Goldman said: “Television distribution is a cyclical business. Nevertheless, passionate, gripping stories continue to entertain global audiences. As we enter the next phase of distribution, with a return to the importance of international finance and partnerships, the time felt right to launch a business that can deliver on that potential. I have known the team at Beta for many years, and I couldn’t think of a better partner to launch this venture with.”

Oliver Bachert, chief distribution officer at Beta Film, said: “Building upon Beta’s legacy of successful English-language content, we are pleased to embark on this new distribution venture, Omega Global Media, in partnership with industry expert Danny Goldman. Our dedication and aligned vision will surely deliver additional compelling new drama to the international market.”

In “Something Undone,” true crime podcast creators Jo and Farid delve into the seemingly satanic Chaffey family murders of 1989, only to encounter bone-chilling parallels to other unsolved murders from that era and a serial killer being protected by sinister forces. The series serves as an example of innovative financing; it was produced for CBC Gem, and has already been licensed by ITVx, SBS Australia, TV4 Sweden and MTV Oy Finland through pre-sales, and is produced by 4AM Film Studios and Little Mama Media, and jointly distributed worldwide by Omega Global Media and Beta Film.

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