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SNL Studios is a production company, founded in late 1997 as a joint venture between executive producer Saturday Night Live Lorne Michaels and NBC Studios (now Universal Television, the production arm of NBCUniversal). [1 ] While this venture also initially included [3 ] Paramount Pictures, it was dissolved following NBC's merger with Universal Studios. On the television side, SNL Studios produces in association with Saturday Night Live Broadway Video. Film productions, typically off-shoots of Saturday Night Live' sketches, include, among others, [4 ] and A Night at the Roxbury . Superstar
Following the announcement of the creation of SNL Studios, veteran
Saturday Night Live producer Marci Klein was named as the president of SNL Studios Television in December 1999, while Richard Feldman was appointed head of SNL Studios Films in June of the same year. [5 ]
Productions [ edit ]
References [ edit ]
^ a b Andrew Hindes and Jenny Hontz (1998-06-29). "NBC, Par to form 'SNL' pic team". Variety . Retrieved 2008-12-06.
^ SNL Studios on the Internet Movie Database
^ "Studios see green in less-than-worthy 'SNL' film spinoffs". Los Angeles Times. 1999-10-01 . Retrieved 2009-10-20.
^ "Saturday Night Live - All Bios - Newest - NBC Official Site". nbc.com . Retrieved 12 January 2014.
^ a b "Klein on top of SNL Studios TV". The Hollywood Reporter. 1999-11-29 . Retrieved 2009-10-20.
^ "Another stroke for Par 'Caddy. '" The Hollywood Reporter. 1999-11-15 . Retrieved 2009-10-20.
^ "Sanz to serve up comedy for Par, SNL, NBC". The Hollywood Reporter. 2000-09-01 . Retrieved 2009-10-20.
^ "SNL Studios in series deal with Meadows". The Hollywood Reporter. 1999-11-19 . Retrieved 2009-10-20.