Industrial Media was launched in 2018 with the reorganization of CORE Media Group and the acquisition of the Emmy®- winning television production company, The Intellectual Property Corporation (IPC), and its management team.
Through its work with industry-leading production companies, including ownership interests in Sharp Entertainment, IPC, B17 Entertainment, This Machine Filmworks, Trilogy Films, and a partnership with Don Cheadle’s Radicle Act, the Company creates and produces content in a multitude of genres for audiences worldwide. At present, Industrial Media produces more than 60 series across 25+ networks.
Recent series under the Industrial Media umbrella include the hit 90 Day Fiancé franchise for TLC (which includes seven successful spin-offs), Night Stalker and History of Swear Words for Netflix, and We’re Here for HBO. Industrial Media’s 19 Entertainment also co-produces American Idol for ABC and So You Think You Can Dance for FOX. Upcoming projects include soon-to-be-announced series and features for HBO, Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, CNBC, HBO Max, Oxygen, A&E, SyFy, Travel and YouTube Originals.
Additionally, Industrial Media’s 19 Recordings has launched the music careers of platinum artists including Kelly Clarkson, Carrie Underwood, Daughtry, Phillip Phillips, Lauren Alaina; and more recently, “American Idol” winners Samantha Diaz and Laine Hardy along with prior contestants such as Gabby Barrett, scarypoolparty and Laci Kaye Booth.
The Company benefits from an ownership group that includes Crestview Partners, BlackRock and United Talent Agency (UTA).