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Slate Media Group’s PostWorks New York Acquires Mega Playground, New York

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LR-Slate logo-emailLR-Slate logoSlate Media Group announced that it has acquired the assets of Mega Playground, a postproduction facility in New York’s West Village. With Slate Media’s other West Village and Soho facilities, the combined companies will offer 185,000 square feet of space for postproduction services, making it New York City’s largest facility.

“This acquisition significantly adds much needed capacity to our New York operations,” said Slate Media Group New York’s COO Rob DeMartin.

The company provides postproduction services to film and television producers through several brands, including Technicolor – PostWorks New York, PostWorks New York and Hula Post Production.

“We are thrilled to combine the Mega Playground facilities and services with the Slate Media Group family of companies,” said DeMartin. “We are excited by the potential for our clients, both current and new.”

Mega Playground was formed in 1994 and serves a film and television studios, broadcasters, independent producers and documentary filmmakers.

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