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C4i takes Canadian doc worldwide

Distributor C4i, part of the Digital Rights Group, announced its deal with Joe Media to bring its 1 x 50-minute doc Caught in the Web to territories such as Denmark's DR TV, Brazil's Globosat, and Japan's NHK, among others. The doc, about internet child abuse (and not about spiders) is part of a deal that will see C4i handle distribution for the prodco's next project, Battle for the Arctic. For more, see the release.
October 15, 2008

Distributor C4i, part of the Digital Rights Group, announced its deal with Joe Media to bring its 1 x 50-minute doc Caught in the Web to territories such as Denmark’s DR TV, Brazil’s Globosat, and Japan’s NHK, among others. The doc, about internet child abuse (and not about spiders) is part of a deal that will see C4i handle distribution for the prodco’s next project, Battle for the Arctic. For more, see the release.

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