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NGTI reveals MIP slate

National Geographic Television International is bringing more than 60 hours to MIPTV this year. Some of the offerings include Inside Guantanamo, a 1 x 90-minute or 1 x 52-minute timely look at the controversial prison; Herod's Last Tomb, a 52-minute one-off; and Animals are Amazing, a three-hour series from BBC Motion Gallery.
March 9, 2009

National Geographic Television International is bringing more than 60 hours to MIPTV this year. Some of the offerings include Inside Guantanamo, a 1 x 90-minute or 1 x 52-minute timely look at the controversial prison; Herod’s Last Tomb, a 52-minute one-off; and Animals are Amazing, a three-hour series from BBC Motion Gallery. For all the details, see the release.

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