The New York Times has teamed with Anonymous Content to represent the film and TV rights to the news organization’s journalism, past and present.
The Times previously had been represented in film and TV by Storied Media Group, and before that by ICM. Anonymous Content was a fit for the Times in part because executives at the newspaper admire the movies and TV shows that have hailed from the management-production company, a list that includes Oscar winners such as “Spotlight” and “The Revenant” and TV dramas “Mr. Robot,” “13 Reasons Why,” and “True Detective.”
“We feel like we have a shared sensibility that will accelerate our move into film and TV,” said Sam Dolnick, an assistant managing editor at the Times.
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