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NGTI & ZDFE enter into major deal

National Geographic Television International (NGTI) and ZDF Enterprises (ZDFE)are extending their relationship with the announcement of their landmark new deal. ZDFE has acquired over 140 hours from NGTI's catalog for exclusive distribution to German-speaking territories. Included in the package are documentaries such as King Tut's Curse, Strange Days on Planet Earth and Battle of the Arctic Giants. The docs are produced by both National Geographic Television as well as independents who work with NGTI.
October 7, 2009

National Geographic Television International (NGTI) and ZDF Enterprises (ZDFE)are extending their relationship with the announcement of their landmark new deal. ZDFE has acquired over 140 hours from NGTI’s catalog for exclusive distribution to German-speaking territories. Included in the package are documentaries such as King Tut’s Curse, Strange Days on Planet Earth and Battle of the Arctic Giants. The docs are produced by both National Geographic Television as well as independents who work with NGTI.

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