Nicolas Coppermann takes over the reigns at Tele Images
Formerly general secretary and deputy program director at M6, in charge of drama production, Nicolas Coppermann takes over as head of Télé Images. Nicolas Coppermann will be teaming with Pascal Breton (Marathon), Vincent Chalvon Demersay (Marathon Media) and Denis Mermet (Adventure Line Productions), who joined forces in January 2006 with the fusion of the temporarily named Finhera group, currently presided over by Pascal Breton. As head of Télé Images Studio, Nicolas Coppermann will be in charge for Télé Images subsidiaries GTV (headed by Christian Charret), Télé Images Kids (Philippe Alessandri), Télé Images Création (Nicole Flipo), Télé Images International (Marie-Laure Montironi), Télé Images Docs (Anne-Françoise de Buzareingues) and & Associés. In addition to responsibility for the group's management, Nicolas Coppermann will also be overseeing its internal and external development. Established in 1984, Télé Images is one of the leading audiovisual groups in France and in Europe. Télé Images is present on all French networks through its drama productions (The Dominici Case, Night Squad, Lea Parker, Colomba, The Blue Bicycle ), documentaries (The great Savannah Race, The Hidden Jungle, Miracle Planet, The Untamed Collection ), and animation (Street Football, Atomic Betty ). Télé Images also has a very strong position in the international market, thanks to prestigious co-productions and a rich catalogue including, most notably, NHK programs.