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Founding partner at Freehand departs

Australian production company Freehand Films will lose one of its founding partners, Chris O'Mara, who is leaving the company after after he established it with Peter Abbott and John Gregory five years ago. The company produced 80 hours of Australian programming for the free to air networks in 2008 and this year has a slate which includes Dancing With the Stars series nine, to air on the Seven network.
March 4, 2009

Australian production company Freehand Films will lose one of its founding partners, Chris O’Mara, who is leaving the company after he established it with Peter Abbott and John Gregory five years ago. The company produced 80 hours of Australian programming for the free to air networks in 2008 and this year has a slate which includes Dancing With the Stars series nine, to air on the Seven network. See the release for more.

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