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Optomen International licenses formats in Middle East

Optomen International, the UK-based distribution arm of Optomen, announces a raft of deals in the Middle East. Some of these new licenses include three series of The F Word, a Gordon Ramsay vehicle, being picked up by Isreal's pay-TV channel Ananey, as well as another Ramsay show, Cookalong. KTV2 in Kuwait has licensed Mary, Queen of Shops and Kitchen Criminals. See the release for all of the deals.
March 12, 2009

Optomen International, the UK-based distribution arm of Optomen, announces a raft of deals in the Middle East. Some of these new licenses include three series of The F Word, a Gordon Ramsay vehicle, being picked up by Isreal’s pay-TV channel Ananey, as well as another Ramsay show, Cookalong. KTV2 in Kuwait has licensed Mary, Queen of Shops and Kitchen Criminals.

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