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Rive Gauche secures deals with Italy and Latin America

Rive Gauche Television secured licensing agreements for several of its specials and reality series from broadcasters in Italy and Latin America. The deals will see Busted on the Job going to Fox in Italy and Canal 10 in Uruguay and The Life Of Jesus Specials going to Channel 11 in Honduras and Canal A in Columbia. Also in Italy, National Geographic's Wild Channel acquired the rights to Dog Whisperer seasons one through six, AXN purchased Sports Crash, RTI purchased Outrageous Home Videos, and Fox acquired the rights to World's Most Dangerous Police Videos, World's Most Dangerous Sports Events and World's Most Powerful Explosions. In Latin America Turner purchased Stupid Criminals, Nowhere to Run, Police Tech, U.S. Swat: Elite Police Force and The Great Warming while Rede Record in Brazil acquired Amazing Animal Videos and Amazing Animal Videos - Specials.
June 26, 2009

Rive Gauche Television secured licensing agreements for several of its specials and reality series from broadcasters in Italy and Latin America. The deals will see Busted on the Job going to Fox in Italy and Canal 10 in Uruguay and The Life Of Jesus Specials going to Channel 11 in Honduras and Canal A in Columbia. Also in Italy, National Geographic’s Wild Channel acquired the rights to Dog Whisperer seasons one through six, AXN purchased Sports Crash, RTI purchased Outrageous Home Videos, and Fox acquired the rights to World’s Most Dangerous Police Videos, World’s Most Dangerous Sports Events and World’s Most Powerful Explosions. In Latin America Turner purchased Stupid Criminals, Nowhere to Run, Police Tech, U.S. Swat: Elite Police Force and The Great Warming while Rede Record in Brazil acquired Amazing Animal Videos and Amazing Animal Videos – Specials.

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Senior staff writer Frederick Blichert comes to realscreen with a background as a journalist and freelance film critic. He has previously written for VICE, Paste Magazine, Senses of Cinema, Xtra, Canadian Cinematographer and elsewhere. He holds a Master of Arts in film studies from Carleton University and a Master of Journalism from the University of British Columbia.

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