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Produce (a theatrical work or a radio or television program) jointly.‘Nelson and Epstein co-produced the New York première of Les Troyens’
- ‘As well she is an independent film-maker, co-producing her first documentary for broadcast on ABC television in the second half of 2003.’
- ‘At least part of the criticism seems to be down to the fact that MTV co-produced the film.’
- ‘Miller, who also co-produced the movie, describes the shoot as ‘deceptively difficult.’’
- ‘Cast details have yet to be announced for the production, which will be co-produced with Dublin's Gate Theatre.’
- ‘Additional episodes were co-produced by the network.’
- ‘He has a thorough knowledge of the children's market place and considerable experience of buying and co-producing both live action and animation.’
- ‘He has since co-produced ice skating shows and series for American television.’
- ‘They are co-producing a documentary film about the Atlantic Coast of Nicaragua.’
- ‘He was Editor of the Polish Service and the producer of a major BBC radio series co-produced with Radio Russia.’
- ‘The half-hour-long syndicated show that Smith co-produces pulls stories from his site's 35 million members.’
- ‘Though a low budget film, its promos were continuously aired by Asianet, which co-produced the film.’
- ‘She dedicated a song to my mentor Kim who also co-produced the festival.’
- ‘And now Michael Whaley has rediscovered her and co-produced the musical he co-wrote with Steve Mackes.’
- ‘In addition to the novel, she co-produced a documentary movie.’
- ‘In effect, CNN worked with the U.S. government to co-produce the program.’
- ‘BBC Chinese has teamed up with Shanghai East Radio News Channel to co-produce its first ever radio debate in Shanghai.’
- ‘This programme has been co-produced by the presenter Chris Green and David Conn.’
- ‘Newfield co-produced a documentary about Robinson for HBO in 1998.’
- ‘In addition, we produce or co-produce two to three television movies a year, to help demonstrate that there is an audience for family friendly programming.’
- ‘It is based on a play by Tom Stoppard, who has also directed and co-produced it.’
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