Compounders: The Anatomy of a Multibagger

Building a Major Global Production Studio with Jennifer Twiner McCarron, CEO of Thunderbird Entertainment (TSX-V: TBRD) (OTCQX: THBRF)

January 18, 2022

My guest on the show today is Jennifer Twiner McCarron, the CEO of Thunderbird Entertainment Group (TSX-V: TBRD) (OTCQX: THBRF). Thunderbird is a 220 million Canadian dollar market cap company listed on the TSXV in Canada. The company develops, produces and distributes film and TV programs for customers such as Hulu, Disney and Netflix. Jennifer started off as the Head of Production of Atomic Cartoons, Thunderbird’s animation division, and became CEO in 2018. Since Jennifer joined the company in 2011, the content world has changed dramatically, mainly due to the proliferation of streaming services. Given the dynamic nature of the content production industry, I was curious to hear from Jennifer about: 

  • How the company is positioned to continue to provide content to the large streaming companies;
  • Her thoughts on the high valuations other smaller studios have been selling for recently;
  • What the company plans to do with the cash it generates;
  • The distinct elements of the Thunderbird culture; and
  • The factors that have allowed for the stock to perform so well over the last few years

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