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AETN All Asia Networks launches open call for host

AETN All Asia Networks and Media Development Authority of Singapore are kicking off a two-year co-investment partnership by announcing two series. The first, with Beach House Pictures, is a series uncovering secrets and stories from lesser-known parts of Asia. An open call has been launched throughout Asia for a host of the program, which will air on History. The second series is a 6 x 30-minutes series produced by Singapore company Very! The series will examine the crucial roles and tools used in crime solving and is set to air on the Crime & Investigation Network.
August 4, 2009

AETN All Asia Networks and Media Development Authority of Singapore are kicking off a two-year co-investment partnership by announcing two series. The first, with Beach House Pictures, is a series uncovering secrets and stories from lesser-known parts of Asia. An open call has been launched throughout Asia for a host of the program, which will air on History. The second series is a 6 x 30-minutes series produced by Singapore company Very! The series will examine the crucial roles and tools used in crime solving and is set to air on the Crime & Investigation Network. See the press release for details.

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