Coproduction

Coproduction,

Definition of Coproduction:

  1. The production of a recording, theatrical work, television program, etc. jointly with another or others.

  2. Distributed-production arrangement in which different firms (often located in different countries) produce different parts of the same end product. Engines, fuselage, tail-section, and wings of the Airbus, for example, are coproduced in different countries of the European Union. Coproduction may involve transfer of technology as well as of key personnel, specially in the early stages of the agreement. See also coproduct.

How to use Coproduction in a sentence?

  1. The co-production of quality programming.

Meaning of Coproduction & Coproduction Definition