Tele-Images ups stake in GTV

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Tele-Images Intl., the distribution arm of France’s Tele-Images Group, has upped its stake in GTV, formerly Gaumont TV, from 49% to 66%, Tele-Images chairman Simone Halberstadt-Harari said Thursday.

Christian Charret, GTV founder-CEO, will head Tele-Images’ primetime programming.

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