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Teatown Communications Group is a post-production company located in New York City. The group works with a variety of clients in many areas of production including on-air promotions, network TV programs, cable TV programs, corporate communications, documentaries, and feature films. Teatown is run by owner and CEO Marlen Hecht. Some of their notable clients include NBC, ABC, Lifetime Television, Comedy Central, Discovery, Time / AOL, Miramax, Court TV, Showtime, Pfizer, Verizon, and Smith Barney.

Teatown's recent projects include a screen adaptation of Isabel Allende's novel Eva Luna and Daniel Handler's (Lemony Snicket) Give Me Back My Dreams.

Past Productions

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