As Indigo Films' business has grown, so has the need for space and staff.
San Rafael, CA (PRWEB) March 30, 2013
Indigo Films is expanding its successful television production business with a new office in Los Angeles headed by seasoned television executive Glenn Kirschbaum.
Since starting the company in 1997, owner David Frank has grown Indigo Films into a national development and production house, with a number of successful series currently airing. Indigo Films currently has shows in production for ID Network, Travel Channel, National Geographic Channel and BIO Channel. As Indigo Films' business has grown, so has the need for space and staff.
To support its growth, Indigo Films is opening a new production office in Los Angeles, located in Culver City. The company will remain headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area where the management team, and more than 120 employees, is based.
The Los Angeles office of Indigo Films opens with three series deep in production and led by two-time Emmy award-winning producer Glenn Kirschbaum. Kirschbaum joins Indigo Films as a Showrunner, bringing more than 25 years of experience to the team. In his career, Kirschbaum has served as a writer, producer, director and showrunner for such television staples as Unsolved Mysteries and Haunted History, as well as VP of creative affairs at MPH Entertainment, producers of Dog Whisperer with Cesar Millan.
“To deliver the best television content to our clients and offer them the most creative development ideas, we needed to expand our operations to include a new office in Los Angeles and add key management in that office,” said David M. Frank, owner of Indigo Films.
Headquartered in the San Francisco Bay Area with offices in Los Angeles, Indigo Films is one of the leading non-fiction production companies in the country. Indigo Films produces exceptional programming in a wide variety of non-fiction genres. From documentaries and reenactment-based productions to reality series and signature specials, Indigo Films delivers the best in dramatic storytelling and visual entertainment to the top networks. Go to http://www.indigofilms.com to learn more.