Endemol was merged into Endemol Shine Group (a joint-venture between 21st Century Fox and Apollo Global Management) and headquartered in the Netherlands in 2015.
Endemol created and ran reality, talent and game show franchises worldwide, including Big Brother, Deal or No Deal, Wipeout, The Money Drop, and Your Face Sounds Familiar.
Together with Joop van den Ende, John de Mol was, in 1994, one of the founders of Endemol Entertainment, which developed under his leadership into an international company with branches in 24 countries.
De Mol is known as the brain behind the worldwide hit “Big Brother”, but has also developed hundreds of other programmes, independently and with Endemol.
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Talpa Holding is the entity from which the Talpa Media Group is managed.
The company annually produced more than 15,000 hours of programming across scripted and non-scripted genres, including drama, reality TV, comedy, game shows, entertainment, factual and kids programming.
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John de Mol is the founder of Talpa Media Group and heads the creative process within the organisation.
De Mol began his career as an independent TV producer at the age of 24, by which time he had already amassed several years’ experience working for commercial radio and public broadcasters in the Netherlands.
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