The Russian broadcaster TNT has decided to focus its efforts on expanding internationally.
As a result, reports Kommersant, its general producer Alexander Dulerain, who has been in the post since 2009, will now be responsible for developing projects for an international audience.
Dulerain will work alongside Roman Petrenko, a former general director of TNT.
Although this is considered a new area for TNT, the Gazprom Media-owned company has sold formats abroad before, including an experimental one to Fox several years ago.
Meanwhile, its domestic audiences have been declining since 2015.
TNT’s share in the 14-44 target age group between January and May this year was 10.4%, down from 11.5% in the corresponding period in 2016.