JamMedia not concerned about its €780,000 loss

Chief executive John Rice said the studio would turn a small profit in 2016

4th December, 2016
Jam Media chief executive John Rice

Dublin based animation studio Jam Media recorded a loss of €777,750 last year. Its chief executive John Rice attributed losses at the studio last year to 18-month production cycles and the fact that it has taken longer than anticipated to get one of its shows off the ground.

He said that in 2015 the company “ploughed” money into show development and it is now seeing the return on that. Rice said he was “not in...

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