Dec 02, 2013
Cineflix Rights, one of the UK’s leading independent television content distributors, has signed a raft of deals with Asian broadcasters in advance of its attendance at the Asia Television Forum in Singapore.
Multiple series deals include Fox International Channels Asia buying Instant Cash (series 1 and 2, 39 x 30’, Cineflix Productions) and The Cupcake Girls (series 3, 16 x 30’, Force Four Entertainment); and Discovery India buying Food Factory (series 3 and 4, 52 x 30’, Cineflix Productions), Redesign My Brain (3 x 60’, Mindful Media) and The Man Who Doesn’t Breathe (2 x 60’, Back2Back Productions).
Cineflix Rights has also sold Redesign My Brain to Now TV Hong Kong and Dogs with Jobs (series 4 and 5, 26 x 30’, Cineflix Productions) to Indian broadcaster NDTV Goodtimes.
Broadcasters taking individual episodes of some of Cineflix Rights’ best selling brands include Nippon Japan - Border Security (Series 7, 2 x 30’, Seven Network Australia); TV Asahi - Mayday: Air Crash Investigation (Series 2, 1 x 60’, Cineflix Productions), GMA Philippines - The Day Kennedy Died (1 x 60’, Finestripe Productions); and NHK Japan – Animal Mega Moves (1 x 60’, Windfall Films) and Strip The City (1 x 60’, Windfall Films/Handel Productions).
All the deals were negotiated by Chris Bluett, VP Sales, Asia Pacific and Benelux at Cineflix Rights, who is attending ATF.
Chris Bonney, CEO of Rights, Cineflix Media said: “Asia continues to be a strong region for Cineflix Rights, with consistent sales of many of our long-running, high-rating brands. We’re particularly pleased to bringing a large number of new shows to ATF which are already proving their attractiveness to buyers through these sales in advance of the market.”
About Cineflix Rights
Cineflix Rights, a division of Cineflix Media Inc., is a leading, independent UK television content distributor with a catalogue of more than 3400 hours of established, returning series and fresh content that is successfully building broadcasters’ schedules worldwide. The Company’s roster of factual and scripted in-house and third-party programmes from 50 producer partners covers a wide breadth of genres including crime and investigation, history, home and design, lifestyle, science, wildlife and natural history, as well as formats. Founded in 2002 and headquartered in London, Cineflix Rights has sales teams in the UK and North America.
For more information, contact Mark Ogle at OH Communications (for Cineflix Rights):
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