The company has signed a partnership with fast-growing podcast company Audio Up that will include Range helping Audio Up adapt its slate of podcasts, which include Anthony Anderson-fronted Sonic Leap and James Ellroy’s Hollywood Death Trip, for film and television. The deal will also see Audio Up create branded audio content for Range clients.
It is the latest tie-up between a podcast company and a TV/film firm, following the likes of Chernin Entertainment and Spotify signing a first-look deal.
Range will package talent and other content opportunities for Audio Up’s IP and will be designated as the studio or executive producer on all Audio Up projects across film, tv, or non-scripted television series and features.
The two companies have entered into early discussions