|Peter Anderson (MD)|
|Services||Television program production|
|Parent||Blue Ant Media|
Northern Pictures is an Australian-based television production company, which develops and produces unscripted and factual television programs for multiple television channels in Australia and internationally. The company was founded by Sue Clothier in 2010.
In 2013, Clothier sold the company to David Haslingden, a media executive who also acquired New Zealand company NHNZ around the same time, through his Racat Group. In the same year, the company formed a joint venture with Keshet International to operate Keshet Australia.
- Changing Minds (ABC, 2014–2015)
- Employable Me (ABC, 2018)
- Ice Wars (ABC, 2016)
- Kakadu (ABC, 2013)
- Life on the Reef (ABC/PBS, 2015)
- Luke Warm Sex (ABC, 2016)
- Once Upon a Time in Punchbowl (SBS, 2014)
- Once Upon a Time in Carlton (SBS)
- Once Upon a Time in Cabramatta (SBS, 2012)
- Outback (PBS/Nine, 2017)
- Saltwater Heroes (Discovery Channel, 2015)
- Groves, Don (7 February 2018). "Peter Anderson named MD of Northern Pictures as Sue Clothier moves to new role". If.com.au.
- "Northern Pictures strikes the right balance". The Australian. 4 October 2015.
- Delaney, Colin (20 February 2013). "Incoming Nine chairman David Haslingden buys Northern Pictures". Mumbrella.
- Boon, Cameron (29 May 2013). "Keshet Media Group pushes into Australian with Northern Pictures partnership". Mumbrella.
- Knox, David (26 May 2017). "Northern Pictures sold in Canadian deal". TV Tonight.
- Tutty, Josie (2 March 2018). "Bauer Media sells Australian Geographic to Northern Pictures". Mumbrella. Retrieved 3 March 2018.