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Portfolio sells 200 hours of culinary programming

Portfolio Entertainment chalks up 200 hours of sales of culinary programs as territories across Europe, The Middle East, Africa, Asia, and New Zealand pick up the programming. Discovery Networks Asia and The Living Channel in New Zealand bought Everyday Exotic, while Chef Abroad was picked up by Discovery Networks Asia, Travel Channel Europe and Cuisine TV. Canal + Cyfrowy / Kuchnia TV will also be serving up Chef Abroad along with chef Michael Smith's one-hour holiday special Mountain Magic. French Food At Home meanwhile, got picked up by Canal + Cyfrowy / Kuchnia TV, Elle TV and Ananey Communications.
August 27, 2009

Portfolio Entertainment chalks up 200 hours of sales of culinary programs as territories across Europe, The Middle East, Africa, Asia, and New Zealand pick up the programming. Discovery Networks Asia and The Living Channel in New Zealand bought Everyday Exotic, while Chef Abroad was picked up by Discovery Networks Asia, Travel Channel Europe and Cuisine TV. Canal + Cyfrowy / Kuchnia TV will also be serving up Chef Abroad along with chef Michael Smith’s one-hour holiday special Mountain Magic. French Food At Home meanwhile, got picked up by Canal + Cyfrowy / Kuchnia TV, Elle TV and Ananey Communications. For more, see the press release.

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