- to produce (a motion picture, play, etc.) in collaboration with others.
- to manufacture (goods) in partnership with others.
Origin of coproduce
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Examples from the Web for co-producer
At an early screening at Liberty University, a Saving Christmas co-producer, one student left with a new outlook.Kirk Cameron Saves Christmas from Abominable Killjoys (Other Christians)
November 14, 2014
“Game of Thrones definitely took over our writers' room,” wrote Parks and Recreation co-producer Aisha Muharrar in an email.‘Game of Thrones’: ‘Modern Family,’ ‘Parks and Rec’ Writers on Why They Love the HBO Drama
September 21, 2012
Our ragtag, low-budget location-scout group included Tate, co-producer Sonya Lunsford, Mark, Rena, and me.How We Made 'The Help'
August 13, 2011
Co-producer Margaret Young added that she would be more than happy to comp Romney and Huntsman copies of the film.Mormons Wrestle With a Racist Past
August 2, 2011
Alexander Korda was a co-producer on the venture and Vincent Korda did the sets.The Star-Crossed Hamlet
October 10, 2008