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FOXTEL snaps up FME programming

Australia's leading subscription television provider, FOXTEL, has bought 405 hours of programming from FremantleMedia Enterprises. Some of the hours include America's Toughest Jobs, 13 x one-hour series Hitler's Bodyguard and American Idol season eight. For more info, see the press release.
December 11, 2008

Australia’s leading subscription television provider, FOXTEL, has bought 405 hours of programming from FremantleMedia Enterprises. Some of the hours include America’s Toughest Jobs, 13 x one-hour series Hitler’s Bodyguard and American Idol season eight. For more info, see the press release.

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