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Exclusive: Spectrum Productions unveils new brand identity

Entertainment, branding and content studio Spectrum Productions has rebranded as Remedy Television + Branded. The company, not to be confused with U.K.-headquartered Remedy Productions, produces TV series, docs, specials, branded television, ...
November 19, 2019

Entertainment, branding and content studio Spectrum Productions has rebranded as Remedy Television + Branded.

The company, not to be confused with U.K.-headquartered Remedy Productions, produces TV series, docs, specials, branded television, identity and title design for various clients.

The new name is meant to reflect the studio’s commitment to finding adventure in all the stories it tells and to highlight its specialized team of TV producers, content developers, advertisers, storytellers, digital minds and branding experts.

Non-fiction credits include current and recent productions such as Secrets of the Zoo, Dr. K’s Exotic Animal ER and Dr. T. Lonestar Vet for Nat Geo Wild; World’s Biggest Great White? for Nat Geo; Jack Hanna’s Wild Countdown for ABC; Jack Hanna’s Into the Wild for the CW; and Street Science for Science Channel.

The company has also worked with NBC, BBC, Discovery, Travel Channel, Animal planet, The Weather Channel, Disney and more.

“Since we began 30 years ago, we’ve evolved as a company,” said founder, CEO and executive producer Guy Nickerson (pictured), in a statement. “But one thing’s remained the same – our commitment to delivering great solutions through honest storytelling. This philosophy, along with our team’s passion and motivation to create and tell intriguing stories for our clients, is why changing our name to Remedy Television + Branded made the most sense.”

About The Author
Jillian Morgan is a special reports editor at realscreen with a background in journalism and digital marketing. She joined the publication in 2019 after serving as the assistant editor to trade publications HPAC and On-Site. With a bachelor of journalism from the University of King's College in Halifax, she also works as a freelance writer and fact-checker.

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