Israeli networks block TVF programs
Israeli networks, including YES Docu, picked up many programs from real-time distributor TVF International.
BBC Studio acquired by YES Docu Keith Harring: Street Art Boy (1 x 59 min), discovering the life of a famous New York street artist of the 80s, doc access David Foster: Off the Record (1 x 89 minutes), which was created in TIFF format and is available on Netflix in English speaking regions.
Pubcaster Kan has been licensed for the four-volume travel book Decipher Japan, While Slutzky Communications acquired the rights to Burning Bright’s Me and my part fishing rod (1 x 48 min), commissioned by Channel 4 UK.
International networks respond to review programs
Broadcasters around the world have concluded a cumulative 555 hours of unrecorded content deals with UK distributor Parade Media, including in regions of APAC, EMEA, Latin America and North America. North.
Among the many offerings in Europe, the Middle East and Africa, there is a 61-hour show from Canal Plus Poland Good boss bad bossAnd the For the love of bread And others, while AMC Hungary has acquired eight new British documentaries Entertain Me, including Hitler’s Fatal Fault: The Fall of the Third Reich.
SIC Portugal has earned several Lat Am nicknames, including Diana’s intrigue: what happened in Paris?. Other agreements have been made with Kitchen 24 in the Netherlands, RAI in Italy, SBS in Belgium and Czech TV.
Parade also approved sales with TVNZ New Zealand for shows including The royal family revealedSBS in Australia recorded shows of her Behind bars: the toughest prisons in the world.
In Asia, Discovery acquired a 32-hour culinary title pack, and in China, CCTV was among those picking up the wildlife series.
The US platform OTT Tastemade also has a number of titles, while in Canada there is CBC and True Royalty. The royal family revealed.
Stingray launches FAST channels
Montreal-based Stingray has broadened its reach after securing distribution agreements for its line of Free Advertising TV channels (FAST) and SVOD services.
Agreements with 13 OTT service providers: Alteox (Luxembourg), Amazon Prime Video Channels (Italy, Spain and the Netherlands), ChannelBox (United Kingdom), Maskatel (Canada), Pluto TV (Latin America and the United States) , Pzaz (worldwide) and Rakuten TV (Europe), Redbox (United States), Rostelecom (Russia), Ruutu (Finland), Samsung TV Plus (Brazil, Mexico, Netherlands and Sweden) Totalplay (Mexico) and Zeasn (Austria and Germany).
The deals will expand the reach of FAST channels and SVOD players, including concerts by Stingray’s Qello, Stingray Karaoke, Stingray Classica, and Stingray Naturescape.