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Zodiak acquires ‘Celebrity Coach’ format

Zodiak Entertainment has acquired the international distribution rights for Animo TV and Kite Entertainment's format Celebrity Coach. Currently the show is airing in Ireland on RTE 1 as Celebrity Bainisteoir, and the series sees eight celebrities coaching local amateur Gaelic football teams for an all-Ireland tournament. Celebrity Coach has been optioned by Studio Lambert in the UK and U.S. and to Screentime in Australia and New Zealand.
September 3, 2009

Zodiak Entertainment has acquired the international distribution rights for Animo TV and Kite Entertainment’s format Celebrity Coach. Currently the show is airing in Ireland on RTE 1 as Celebrity Bainisteoir, and the series sees eight celebrities coaching local amateur Gaelic football teams for an all-Ireland tournament. Celebrity Coach has been optioned by Studio Lambert in the UK and U.S. and to Screentime in Australia and New Zealand.

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