D-day looms in The Farm's fight for survival

It has been a rapid fall from grace for The Farm Media Group. Just over a year ago, the Dublin television production company jetted off to the Emmy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles, where it was nominated for “excellence in sound design'‘ for its work

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Ian Kehoe

9th July, 2005

It has been a rapid fall from grace for The Farm Media Group. Just over a year ago, the Dublin television production company jetted off to the Emmy Awards ceremony in Los Angeles, where it was nominated for “excellence in sound design'‘ for its work on an animated cartoon series. On Tuesday, the company will go into the High Court in Dublin to fight for its survival. With debts of more than €5.4 million, the...

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