Peace Point Entertainment Group

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Peace Point Entertainment Group
Company typePrivate / independent
IndustryTelevision Production
FoundedAugust 13, 2002
HeadquartersToronto, ON
Key people
Les Tomlin, President & Executive Producer
Vallery Hyduk, Vice President
Sylvie Brownlow, Head of Production
Nicole Hamilton, Head of Development
ProductsAward-Winning Television Series, Documentaries, Websites, Webisodes, Mobisodes, Podcasts & Mobile Applications

Peace Point Entertainment Group was a Canadian Toronto-based independent television production company,[1]

with a long list of popular television series seen in Canada, United States and with extensive worldwide distribution. It acquired DIDtv, relaunching it as Peace Point Entertainment USA as part of the deal.[2] In December 2012, Shavick Entertainment purchased Pink Triangle Press's 24.94% interest and Peace Point Entertainment Group's 15% interest in OUTtv. Peace Point Entertainment was founded in 2002 by Les Tomlin (CEO) and business partner Vallery Hyduk (Vice President).[3]. After over 15 years as a leading Canadian media company, Peace Point is no longer operating and its vast catelogue of show were sold to Boatrocker Entertainment and their television series continue to air globally. CEO Les Tomlin is pursuing other business interests and Vallery Hyduk relocated to Detroit, Michigan to pursue real estate opportunities.

Former Peace Point logo

Past productions[edit]


  1. ^ "Peace Point Entertainment Group, Inc.", Media, Bloomberg Businessweek, archived from the original on October 15, 2012, retrieved August 25, 2011
  2. ^ Benzine, Adam (2011-06-13). Peace Point Entertainment acquired DIDtv, targets U.S. market. Real Screen Website, retrieved August 25, 2011
  3. ^ OUTtv ownership alterations 2012-12-19

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