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Ten Alps rebrands to become Zinc Media

Ten Alps rebrands to become Zinc Media
Staff Reporter
29 February 2016

Ten Alps, the TV production, communications and publishing business, is changing its name to Zinc Media.

The change, which takes place tomorrow, includes a complete rebrand and the launch of a new website

The new company will retain the names of its TV brands - Blakeway, Brook Lapping, Films of Record and Reef Television.  All other parts of the business will operate as Zinc Media.

Chief Executive Mark Wood said: “Zinc is not just a great name  - it is one of the most versatile and dynamic elements, essential to multiple aspects of our lives.  That makes it a perfect brand for a company which is reinventing itself with the aim of being one of the success stories in a fast-changing media world.”

It will retain Ten Alps PLC as the name of its holding company and stock market listing for the time being and seek shareholder support to change this to Zinc Media Group PLC.

Ten Alps was founded in 1999 by Bob Geldof and evolved as a business publisher and TV programme maker. The company was restructured and refinanced last July, when it also acquired Reef TV. 

Wood has focussed the company on growing as a factual and documentary programme maker and developing a video-led corporate communications and branded content business.  It announced plans this month to acquire a small corporate video production business.

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