The New York Times Retains Anonymous Content to Rep Film & TV Rights

The New York Times has retained Anonymous Content to represent its film and television rights. Anonymous Content will work closely with The New York Times to find the right partners and opportunities to bring New York Times journalism and insights to film and television projects. Anonymous Content will represent The New York Times in exploring opportunities with buyers, agencies and production companies. The collaboration provides The New York Times, and their award-winning journalists, the opportunity to match their work with the best creative partners in the film and television industry.

“Our mission at The Times is to help people understand the world by creating the most ambitious and innovative journalism in the world,” said Sam Dolnick, assistant managing editor, The New York Times. ”Anonymous Content’s deep bench of talent, relationships and expertise will help bring the power of The Times to new audiences.”

“The New York Times is a treasure trove of incredible, original stories reported without fear or favor by some of the world’s best journalists. Our collaboration will push New York Times stories onto new screens and new platforms. The Times is a globally recognized source of original, fact-based reporting and we couldn’t be more excited to collaborate with this renowned institution,” said Anonymous Content’s Howie Sanders and Kassie Evashevski.